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Old 28th September 2007, 20:25   #31
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Gopi, what exactly is an 'Autocard'? is this some loyalty stuff? Any idea on how good is the ORVM cover with built-in indicator? How much it costs?
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Autocard: This is like a credit card. Whenever you purchse accessories or do service repairs, you have to pay the amount and then swipe your card to get credit points. Using the points acquired you can reduce the amout in your next bill.

Swift ORVM costs Rs. 1500 for a pair, for SX4 it should be around 2000.


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Old 28th September 2007, 21:43   #33
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@rohan_fonseca:thanks buddy, i really have no idea about the pricing of the hud now, anyways, i ll ask rajiv and tell..
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Old 28th September 2007, 22:21   #34
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John, the bodykits are available with the dealers. Though the kits for the SX4 hadn't yet arrived last I checked with RNS. They should be available sometime real soon, if they are not already.
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Old 29th September 2007, 16:46   #35
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I enquired about MGA skirts, He told it comes around 25-28K for 4 sides. I told him that I can get around 20k outside, but he replied that MGA are unbreakable and there are 2 coats of paint (paint costs 6K).

I am waiting for the Autocard, once I get that I can get some discounts on skirting. Also ordered Philips Crystal vision online and got the bulbs. Anyone knows how to replace the bulb.
gopi , please let me know the website from where you bought philips crystal vision
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Old 29th September 2007, 20:56   #36
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gopi , please let me know the website from where you bought philips crystal vision
Added ORVM Indicator and Philips Crystal Vision with Pilot light

ORVM Indicators costed 680 + 300 (wiring & fixing)

ORVM Indicator with City light on


ORVM Indicator with Headlight on (High beam)


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ORVM Indicator
eBay India: IMPORTED, SOFT CIRCUIT LED, DOOR MIRROR INDICATOR (item 120164857363 end time 30-Sep-2007 14:02:58 IST)

Philips H4 Crystal Vision
eBay India: PHILIPS CRYSTALVISION (H4) SUPERWHITE XENON BULBS (item 120164857623 end time 30-Sep-2007 14:04:59 IST)
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Old 30th September 2007, 23:07   #37
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Today I went out and parked my car next to Aveo (new one with ribbon). Later I found that a group of people surrounded my car to have a look leaving the aveo next to it. SX4 is really a head turner. Also in the evening the headlight and the ORVM Indicator has got lot of attention.
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Arent they easily removable/stealable?
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Arent they easily removable/stealable?
It is a plastic kind of with LEDs, I don't think anyone would try to take it. However, if some one tries sensor would trigger the alarm.

The fixing was a hell lot of work. The ORVM mirror assembly & door trim has to be removed to take the wire in. Took 2 hours to fix that.
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It is a plastic kind of with LEDs, I don't think anyone would try to take it. However, if some one tries sensor would trigger the alarm.

The fixing was a hell lot of work. The ORVM mirror assembly & door trim has to be removed to take the wire in. Took 2 hours to fix that.
Hey Gopi, Sorry for the late reply. Have been away from my computer for the last few days

Spent some quality time with my 1 year old
Thanks for posting the pics of the indicators. Awesome. really has an upmarket feel.
Where did you get the job done? Local shop or did you have it done at Khivraj?
If possible Can you post a daylight close-up of the ORVM indicator to see how it fit is.
IF possible.
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Hey Gopi, Sorry for the late reply. Have been away from my computer for the last few days

Spent some quality time with my 1 year old
Thanks for posting the pics of the indicators. Awesome. really has an upmarket feel.
Where did you get the job done? Local shop or did you have it done at Khivraj?
If possible Can you post a daylight close-up of the ORVM indicator to see how it fit is.
IF possible.
The job was done by a local car electrition near my house. Khivraj told that they will not drill any hole in the cover.

Tomorrow I will post the pics.
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Gopi, the fit looks quite good. Congrats on this cool addition.
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Gopi, great work, enjot it...
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Old 7th October 2007, 23:30   #45
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Gopi, great work, enjot it...
Thanks guys, added some graphics, will post you later.
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