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Old 4th February 2008, 12:53   #46
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Terrific work nahal, you've done us all proud. BTW, is it legal to do this transplant in NZ ? what are the laws there regarding engine transplants ?

for the transplant to be legal i must get it certified, which costs $500 + (15,000 rupees ) then it will be legal if the work is up to standard which all of mine is also i will be doing custom disc brake set up on all four wheels which i will get custom made in India. then where i put them on the jeep replace the callipers with brembo's and larger rotors around the size of 305mm
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Old 4th February 2008, 12:57   #47
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I can't find words for this.
Must be fun blowing those "sports-sedans" at traffic lights - with all but 3 gears!
the jeep hasnt seen the road yet it is in the process of a build am getting custom audio install done in the back made out of fibreglass with 2x 12" subs, 6x 6" componet speakers and a lcd screen, navagation system, and a high power sony head deck, 2x 2000watt amps mono block, and one 2000watt 6 channel amp.

and custom paint job will full panel work to a show car standerd and maybe! Maybe!!! 20" alloys with 345x60x20" tyres around 35" high

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Old 8th October 2008, 16:41   #48
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Look what i just brought heheh
HUGEEE 36x17x16 Used Goodyear Eagle Racing Slicks
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Awesome work buddy !!!! do you plan to do any work on the dashboard area too. The reason why i am asking for this i find that very bland in the standard jeep and thats the only thing stopping me from buying a mahindra. A Standard mahindra that is.

Drive safe !
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and here is what it looked like before we sent it away for panel and paint

i spent alot of time polishing the lip on the mags and painting the face black came out pretty nice.




More Goodies hehe
20x9 Mags with worn 295/40/20 tyres



Cannot Wait till i can put them on my jeep8->
and arriving are a set of 4. 295/50/20 Brand New tyres, $620 Each :o

Long awaited Pictures:
Luke @ ISL Motorsport has done a very good job





intercooler mounted and piping all done




during panel beating stages





its PAINTED !





well got my intercooler : )
did a test fit too see if everthing was ok, here a few photos of the jeep as it sits now, with 20's on one side and 15's on the other haha





well got most of it put together, got the gaurds on, all 4 mags are on, intercooler mounted. all the piping done, just waiting on silicon joiners for radiator piping and for intake,
heres some photos:






wasnt much sun, so the paint didnt come it like how its really looks :( , i'll take some photos on a sunny day.

wheels were rubbign on the back and couldnt turn, so i went a got custom made 2 inch (50mm) wheel spacers for all 4 corners love the new wide look !!



its 4inches wider with the new spacers, and around 12inches wider than factory. i love it
when i was parking it in my shed, did a bit of a clutch drop and now i have 2x 295mm black lines on the concrete in the shed haha. lets just hope i dont end up breaking something lol.

got new front seats from a 1970 ford escort, then got the front and back retrimed in a cream vinyl with orange pinstripe, cost me a total of around $1000 ( 30,000 rupees ) for just the front and rear seats and to retrim them but not including the custom seats rails and everything else, total spent on buying seats/mounting seats/modifying seats/recovering seats has cost us $3000 ( 1 Lac rupees )

here are some photos, with my 20's on it and 2" spacers on each side



and this is what the jeep looks like at the moment:


Yes the tyres the going the wrong way :P


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400 bhp and 20" rims on a jeep -

you got lots of determination for sure. Upgraded brakes ?

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One terrific build, one thats totally different from the normal bunch.
beep beep, road runner.
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The MADDEST build on TeamBHP. P-E-R-I-O-D!!!
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Bai jee this passion for the bling jeep comes natural to a Punjabi. your jeep is looking amazing and specially with all those power and the setup it would run fast but it may not be very comfy haina...
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Wow! you need 3 point seat belts and head-rest to be alive to drive this. Wicked ride.
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and this is what the jeep looks like at the moment:
one pimped up jeep I'd say. kinda wicked.
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Wicked !!! what transmission and brakes is it running now ? What about the bling audio setup that was planned ? Is it still in the pipeline ?
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Awesome quality of work. But will/can the jeep be truly off-roaded in its current guise ?
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oh my god !! This is a MAD MAD MAD build keep it up ... So whats next on the orange monster?
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WOW !! Its one mean looking jeep. If possible, could you please upload a video of engine start ?? Also, maybe of a 0-60 dash as well.

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