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Old 4th March 2008, 11:09   #16
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Nice.. fabrication and install looks very professionally done. But couldn't u have put the big gauge also inside the shroud?
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Satya,

As an afterthought, would that gauge pod have looked better in matte/non-glossy black rather than silver ?
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Old 4th March 2008, 11:57   #18
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Great work, 'raven! (As Usual).

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As an afterthought, would that gauge pod have looked better in matte/non-glossy black rather than silver ?
I was wondering the same. Also, won't the silver cause reflection issues? (Of course, for the person in the shotgun seat only).
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Excellent job " neeli-raven" . Love it and hats off to you !!

Maggie even I too wished the same man :( .
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Wonderfull job done satya.The finish is top knotch and any others on the pipeline.Some thing for the swifts.
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Gud job ......how much would it cost me ???
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Great Work Stay, love the positioning & finish of the Gauge pods
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Satya,

As an afterthought, would that gauge pod have looked better in matte/non-glossy black rather than silver ?
I had the same feeling as well.
Either ways, good job.
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Old 4th March 2008, 12:56   #24
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neat job...please keep posting such other works


i think its time to have an desi version of "overhauling"
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Excellent job " neeli-raven" . Love it and hats off to you !!

Maggie even I too wished the same man :( .

why don't I try that on your car, I do these things to owner spec, not on what i like .

These kind of jobs can be done on any car, the only advantage the baleno had here was that it can be brought back to stock by removing that peice on the dash .

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Old 4th March 2008, 14:00   #26
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First is the 2", second that massive grey with shift indicator, and third the factory one.
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Actually there are 2 rpm meters.. 1 for Volts and 1 for vacuum.
Still?? Why 2 Rpm's ???

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Old 4th March 2008, 14:18   #27
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Good work very professional. Nice work
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blueraven-amazing work,in my next trip to b'lore will surely come to your shop as promised.
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Looks cool.
One question though. Won't that shiny pod assembly reflect on the windscreen?

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Old 4th March 2008, 21:27   #30
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Looking good!You said you would call when it was done:-(
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