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Old 4th July 2014, 17:51   #2761
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Some pics from the Vossen Wheels India facebook page:

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Old 4th July 2014, 23:41   #2762
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NASA's pride. The Miltek sport exhaust equipped RS5. Sounds killer, this one. Gotta love the wheels too.

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A video of the beast!

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Old 5th July 2014, 18:42   #2763
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Thank you. I was looking at a Mugen grill but couldn't find anyone here who had what I wanted in stock so the grill had to custom made. That difference in thickness however isn't as apparent in person as it is in these photos or maybe I'm just too smitten to notice now .
Nice choice of colour diffuser. Love the look. Sourcing the Mugen grill for the civic is quite easy. Quite a few people in Bangalore could get one for you. Try online store like ebay as well.

I am currently on the lookout for a Mugen grill for my CRV.
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Found this in FB. Hope this wasn't shared earlier.
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Nice choice of colour diffuser. Love the look. Sourcing the Mugen grill for the civic is quite easy. Quite a few people in Bangalore could get one for you. Try online store like ebay as well.

I am currently on the lookout for a Mugen grill for my CRV.
Thanks mate. The blue looks even better in the sunlight than these pictures . I looked on ebay but couldn't find anything I liked . I will be coming to Bangalore next weekend. Where do you suggest I look? This grill is also from Bangalore. I was impatient so I settled for this

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That is one brilliantly done CRUZE!

Some pics of my polo by DAP (Ustav)
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An impressive Laura 1.8 TSI with vRS kit from Mods Own Country (Not sure if the same car was discussed here earlier or not).

The car packs a Turbo upgrade, full Milltek exhaust, Tarox brakes, Bilstein B14, 18 inch Borbet rims and so on. The BHP figure would strike above 300.
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An impressive Laura 1.8 TSI with vRS kit from Mods Own Country (Not sure if the same car was discussed here earlier or not).

The car packs a Turbo upgrade, full Milltek exhaust, Tarox brakes, Bilstein B14, 18 inch Borbet rims and so on. The BHP figure would strike above 300.

The car looks nice for sure, but I have one doubt. How do you manage the speed breakers? Looks like the skirting in the front reduces the ground clearance significantly.
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The car looks nice for sure, but I have one doubt. How do you manage the speed breakers? Looks like the skirting in the front reduces the ground clearance significantly.
Of course, it would be a herculean task for the owner to negotiate bumpy roads with such a flaunting ground clearance, but the ride height adjustable springs do a light relief .


Yet an another Polo bling.!
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Got this unbelievably modified Tata 207 from our classifieds.

http://classifieds.team-bhp.com/buy-...a/207-DI.html/


List of Mods are detailed under

exterior modifications.
1) ford raptor head lamps with projector and angel rings (imported from US)
2) front bumper and grill custom made
3) extended wheel archs customised
4) tata xenon rear luggage tub
5)3000lbs winch
6) dupont aspirin white paint
7) wurth anti rust for underchassis and interior of tub
8) carry boy roll bar with integrated brake lamps (imported from dubai)
9) carry boy side steps ( imported from dubai)
10) carry boy rear bumper with foot rest and integrated stop lamps( dubai)

interior
1) premium pu leather seats
2) leather touch finish for dash and console
3)9" screen with dvd player
4)7" rear view screen (camera)
5)2 sets of jbl component speakers

1 set of stallion Vchrome alloys
1 set of yokohama geolander tyres A/T

3" customised lift kit installed
3000 DI engine in stock conditon
all mechanicals and truck in perfect conditon . documents upto date .

IT also has a youtube video
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Old 7th July 2014, 22:58   #2771
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Of course, it would be a herculean task for the owner to negotiate bumpy roads with such a flaunting ground clearance, but the ride height adjustable springs do a light relief .


Yet an another Polo bling.!
Apart from looking akwardly weird, what purpose does the front lip serve?
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SX 4 at its best. Mods own country still going high.
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Got this unbelievably modified Tata 207 from our classifieds.

http://classifieds.team-bhp.com/buy-...a/207-DI.html/
This is how Tata should have made it in the first place. This is a good mod.
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That difference in thickness however isn't as apparent in person as it is in these photos or maybe I'm just too smitten to notice now
Yes, the thickness is not that apparent in this angle. Hope the Civic can get the Mugen grille soon.
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The Vossens look brilliant on the RR and the S-Class. On a (slightly off topic) side note, I was thinking getting a set for my Cayenne but was a bit worried about the practicality of such an arrangement. Would doing so significantly reduce the use ability of the vehicle?
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