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Old 18th May 2015, 16:19   #3331
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Cruze with dual projector headlights and DRL setup

With fog lights and Side LEDs on

M3 stripes / Lenso projec D 17" with Pirelli P7 tyres

Angel eyes with hella projector setup in bumper
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Old 18th May 2015, 17:49   #3332
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Cruze with dual projector headlights and DRL setup

With fog lights and Side LEDs on

M3 stripes / Lenso projec D 17" with Pirelli P7 tyres

Angel eyes with hella projector setup in bumper
Real good! Love that he hasn't gone too far with it :-)
Could've done a better job with the rims though
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Old 18th May 2015, 18:11   #3333
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Cruze with dual projector headlights and DRL setup

With fog lights and Side LEDs on

M3 stripes / Lenso projec D 17" with Pirelli P7 tyres

Angel eyes with hella projector setup in bumper
Hey Sivia, the lighting job looks great.

Is this your ride? If so could you please upload a few more pictures of the projector headlights and DRL in action? Also, the cost for each upgrade. Would help alot.
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Old 18th May 2015, 18:36   #3334
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This car has been featured here before, but with gunmetal grey 16 inchers. Now downgraded to proper 15 inch Momos. Belongs to a friend.
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Old 18th May 2015, 20:18   #3335
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Real good! Love that he hasn't gone too far with it :-)
Could've done a better job with the rims though
Thanks Veeradhitya , some had intentionaly scratched my rear door really bad so thought of putting those stripes , mine is 2011 model and has clocked 90k Kms. In 2011 these rims were the hot pik so running on them since day 1. Not thinking of changing them as if now.

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Hey Sivia, the lighting job looks great.

Is this your ride? If so could you please upload a few more pictures of the projector headlights and DRL in action? Also, the cost for each upgrade. Would help alot.
Thanks Navsjab , yes this my ride (2011 model) I bought these lights from ebay in 2012 and recently got the complete setup changed locally. Due to the heat of 55w HId the projector bowls got burnt ( Chinese projector setup with ceramic bowls) . Now I have Bosch e46 bixenon in the low beam and Hella e55 in the highbeam. Removed the indicator bulbs and put 35w Cree bulbs which Iam using as DRL (refer 1st pic).

Have CNLight D2S setup 35w 4300K in both the projectors. And 55w CNLight 6000k in bumper.

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Old 18th May 2015, 21:49   #3336
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Thanks Veeradhitya , some had intentionaly scratched my rear door really bad so thought of putting those stripes , mine is 2011 model and has clocked 90k Kms. In 2011 these rims were the hot pik so running on them since day 1. Not thinking of changing them as if now.

Haha..Good idea mate! The car's been maintained real good from the outside is all I can say now.
Btw, does it have the clutch issues the 1st and 2nd gen cruzes have?

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Old 18th May 2015, 22:25   #3337
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Haha..Good idea mate! The car's been maintained real good from the outside is all I can say now.
Btw, does it have the clutch issues the 1st and 2nd gen cruzes have?
No clutch issues till date ... Touchwood

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Old 24th May 2015, 02:13   #3338
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Matte Lagoon blue wrap with dull black alloy wheels.
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Few more pic of the beast.
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Spotted this Bolero today. Liked the chopped look, but the colour does seem a little dull.

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Spotted this Bolero today. Liked the chopped look, but the colour does seem a little dull.
Personally didn't like the bolero. From the front, it still looks good but the black headlight cover is surely a turn off and the rear chopped off portion too. And as you stated, the colour looks dull.
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Spotted this Bolero today. Liked the chopped look..
That looks like an Invader with cabin extended.
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Spotted this Bolero today. Liked the chopped look, but the colour does seem a little dull.
Love the car, hate the wheels. City runner-esque.
It looks like a gypsy that went to the gym and joined the army!
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Love the car, hate the wheels. City runner-esque.
It looks like a gypsy that went to the gym and joined the army!


The alloys dont acutally look that bad. The colour combination he has gone for looks a little off beat - A dull grey with the black at places. The black around the headlight looks like a lot of kajal for the eye.
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