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Old 8th February 2010, 16:39   #10216
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@rjalihal, that is common in the US. You can use the US flag ANYWHERE - tissue papers / any item you wear, and anywhere. Nothing weird or whacky about it.
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Old 8th February 2010, 17:00   #10217
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Look at this guys, i know what part you noticed the most

reebok planning to enter into car market. )

another one with tractor tyres, i am wondering how front tyres moves on rotating the steering

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Old 8th February 2010, 17:49   #10218
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Well, this one slogan on the back of a truck, I noticed during my recent viasit to Agra, which sure was weird and a bit scary too.
Read on:
Buree Nazar Walaa, Teree Bachey Jeeyengay.
(This was on the left side of the truck).
Bemused as to what he wanted to say, I looked to the right side and
it said-> lo and behold,
Badey Hoke Tere hee Khoon Peeyengay.!
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Old 8th February 2010, 19:15   #10219
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Here is a Lamborghini Maruti Suzuki Zen
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Old 9th February 2010, 13:07   #10220
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@rjalihal, that is common in the US. You can use the US flag ANYWHERE - tissue papers / any item you wear, and anywhere. Nothing weird or whacky about it.
Thanks for the American lesson. I will keep that in mind. When do we start lesson 102?
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Old 9th February 2010, 14:58   #10221
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saw this near New Horizon school in Indiranagar (excuse the motion blur, shot it while riding my bike). i think the hood was silverish and had big fog lights in front. also, the driver was playing loud music.
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Here is a Lamborghini Maruti Suzuki Zen
Well, we have seen an e-zen and an H-zen. Why not an L-zen ?
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Old 9th February 2010, 15:16   #10223
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saw this near New Horizon school in Indiranagar (excuse the motion blur, shot it while riding my bike). i think the hood was silverish and had big fog lights in front. also, the driver was playing loud music.
Good God! Is the aftermarket exhaust mounted sideways underneath the rear bumper?! And just look at those mud-flaps! And those other whitened parts like the ORVMs and the spoiler and the wiper(!)?! Somebody shoot me!

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Old 9th February 2010, 15:37   #10224
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rjalihal : When do we start lesson 102?
When the time comes .. most likely when you least expect it ! ..

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suhaas307 : Somebody shoot me!
Be careful of what you wish for, bro.
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saw this near New Horizon school in Indiranagar (excuse the motion blur, shot it while riding my bike). i think the hood was silverish and had big fog lights in front. also, the driver was playing loud music.
I saw the same zen in koramangla yesterday. The vehicle doesnt look that bad in person. Looks might be tacky but the sound from that exhaust was really amazing. I kind of like the way it is nicely tucked in the underbody unlike those huge hideous hose pipes poking out of the rear in so many other cars that i have come across.
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Looks might be tacky but the sound from that exhaust was really amazing. I kind of like the way it is nicely tucked in the underbody unlike those huge hideous hose pipes poking out of the rear in so many other cars that i have come across.
Yes,but with some of the back-pressure generating from that right angle bend in the exhaust,the installed 'free flow' exhaust loses its point!
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Yes,but with some of the back-pressure generating from that right angle bend in the exhaust,the installed 'free flow' exhaust loses its point!
You just took the words right out of my mouth there, Ayan! What's the point?! Although one can continue the argument saying that the performance gains are negligible and psychological anyway! A tilt or a lesser angle, a la, the Supra would have been nice instead!
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Other than the mud flaps and few others, it looks okay to me, @suhaas, Ayan - When his requirement is just the audible side of the exhaust why should he bother to bother the
performance side of it ?
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Saw this white ghost in Ernakulam-Alleppey NH.
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Saw this white ghost in Ernakulam-Alleppey NH.
Never knew ghosts came in optional colors Im Sorry !
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