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Old 30th September 2004, 16:18   #16
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Quote[/b] ]The alloys look real neat but with those skirts the groud clearance has gone for a toss
Thats bcoz this car belongs to a fellow member from Malaysia, at Honda-Tech.

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Old 30th September 2004, 18:03   #17
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Looks damn good.
Liked thier Lancer job too.
Atlast somebody who can square out DC.
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Old 1st October 2004, 13:42   #18
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how do all these low skirted cars fare with Mumbai's sppedbreakers and potholes?
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Old 1st October 2004, 14:01   #19
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drive the car sideways on tha bumper
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Old 1st October 2004, 18:11   #20
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Quote[/b] (jesal @ Oct. 01 2004,12:31)]drive the car sideways on tha bumper * *
still its gonna touch.
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Quote[/b] (navin @ Oct. 01 2004,12:12)]how do all these low skirted cars fare with Mumbai's sppedbreakers and potholes?
U`ve got to be really careful while driving.Else the skirt develops a crack.The metal ones can be repaired,but the fibre ones have to be replaced completely.
And maximum of the kits are made out of fibre.
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Old 4th October 2004, 05:08   #22
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IMO whatever mods u do to the NHC, it is like decorating a donkey, which can never match a horse.
No offence NHC owners

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Yeah im with speedsatya man its ok! but the older HC which are moded look realy good to tell u guys the truth the kit doesnt suit it??? the org look is far more better kits really look good on the older HC , Esteems ,Cielos , Zens etc thats what I think



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thats great looking. beter than any DC designs. meanwhile anything for Palio's put there. please post the pix or the page. thx.
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there is a white NHC. kitted up very well. dunno who made the kit looks nice. ne1 got pics. by 15 this month ill have phone with camera again then pics ok pplz
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guys ,

just took a pic from my cell from across the road...nice alloys on this NHC





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damn...I thought the picture qualtiy of the 7610 would have been much better!!

Unless its the photogrpher to blame...lol

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Quote[/b] (rtech @ Oct. 04 2004,16:48)]damn...I thought the picture qualtiy of the 7610 would have been much better!!

Unless its the photogrpher to blame...lol

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its the fotographer !!!



but the fact remains the pic has been taken from a moving car at 30 kmph from rite across the road...avoiding the autos ..


and yeah i just noticed ..1st time i wrote kmph instead of kmpl !!!
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Quote[/b] (auto @ Oct. 04 2004,10:43)]thats great looking. beter than any DC designs. meanwhile anything for Palio's put there. please post the pix or the page. thx.
Well amit......goto autopsyche.com.
And no,i dunt think they've worked on the Palio yet.

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Old 5th October 2004, 04:00   #30
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For those who have'nt seen the AutoPsyche Lancer as yet...
Its the first 2-door Lancer in India.Looks pretty alright IMO.










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