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Old 24th May 2011, 18:57   #16
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this grill is 20 rupees per sq feet hehe
why is that so????
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@HAFI - He is talking about the metal mesh and its price through hardware stores as a retail. not about the finished product you see here. its a pretty easy DIY if you are a DIY kind of a guy.
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Yes, if the logo is removed it would look good.

What he meant was for the mesh. It's readily available at any hardware shops. But the finished grill like this from any shops would come around 8-1k. Here's mine. Nothing major but got it for 1k for both upper and low grill.
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only the mesh which is in all hardware stores sells for 20 bux or so. my mugen grill flew off the other day while was on the expressway. now even im hunting. dont want to spend again on the full grill any pointers ?
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@HAFI - He is talking about the metal mesh and its price through hardware stores as a retail. not about the finished product you see here. its a pretty easy DIY if you are a DIY kind of a guy.
ok.Understood.I have got suppliers of honey comb metal mesh here.It would look much better right??.Planning on cutting out the symbol,make it straight and making a mesh inside.

The stock grill comes in three pieces from skoda.Planning on buying new set of 3 pieces and keeping the stock grill safe aside.
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I would like to add one more thing.Iam also planning for a color change.My color is Diamond Silver right now.Gone crazy seeing the new color of indigo manza(Sienna Gold).

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ok.Understood.I have got suppliers of honey comb metal mesh here.It would look much better right??.Planning on cutting out the symbol,make it straight and making a mesh inside.

The stock grill comes in three pieces from skoda.Planning on buying new set of 3 pieces and keeping the stock grill safe aside.

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Honey comb mesh looks way better, thats why I like the milotec grills. Did you try sourcing it from DC?

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I would like to add one more thing.Iam also planning for a color change.My color is Diamond Silver right now.Gone crazy seeing the new color of indigo manza(Sienna Gold).
Two things to consider, expense and resale value. Instead you could get a good detailing job done, that color on Skodas muscle wouldn't look so great IMO.
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one more thing.whats the performance timing of RS. I mean 0 - 100 timing of a stock RS.
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http://http://fastestlaps.com/cars/skoda_octavia_vrs.html

0-100 for the RS is 7.9
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Thats wrong. The page you have posted shows the power as 177 whereas the RS here was 150bhp. I remember the timing being around 9.3-9.4 seconds.
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Thats wrong. The page you have posted shows the power as 177 whereas the RS here was 150bhp. I remember the timing being around 9.3-9.4 seconds.
Skoda detuned it for India, totally forget about that. It's around 9 seconds.
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mine scores 10.30 secs.Anything wrong?
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Old 27th May 2011, 01:18   #28
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How have you tested the time?
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yes.10.30 seconds for 0 - 100.
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is 10.30 seconds normal timing for an rs.or is it due to any problem.i heard v -tec takes only 10.5 secs.is that true?
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