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Old 31st March 2008, 19:57   #31
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@m4ugr8 - Any idea whose car that is? Maybe PM'ing the owner will help.
The owner is not on Team Bhp, actually a modifier in delhi showed me this!! If you want i can inquire about it!! Even i am looking for something like this!! It definitely looks Hot
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Old 31st March 2008, 20:03   #32
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I am definitely interested. Please enquire.
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ok i have searched a lot but couldnt find a decent place... I found a place that was quoting 850 per mirror. so if anyone has any idea can you tell me any place close to andheri.
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I guess Esteem comes with E OVRM? Maybe worth a try to see if that fits?
My friend has Esteem VXi one from the last batches (he took it 7-8 months agao) and it doesn't have E ORVM. So I think one has to go for aftermarket, else mod to suit the the WR mirror.
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Hi Ram, can you pls confirm me when did you purchase the mirrors.
I've purchased them 6 months back in HYD,that i found the left one with lot of difficulty...but getting the other side is easy..
I dint purchase it buddie,I took the price from our A.S.S.But i feel the cost you gave is too high.
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I have seen a kit on the Swift!!! The Mirror not only adjust electrically but also it folds electrically like the mirrors on corolla/civic etc.

What impressed me also was that the way it folded it would fold like the BMW 7 series vertically.
Do you know who was the guy?? I need to get it done on my Skoda and Optra as climbing out everytime and closing them in narrow lanes / busy traffic has become a pain...
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Old 18th September 2008, 08:08   #37
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I remember days when i was a lot younger, I used to see this ad in Auto india about electric aftermarket mirror kits for all cars. Maybe if someone has an old car magazine back when the 309d vs escort d was mentioned. you could find a source..

ps: Let me know if anyone does. MY ESTEEM WANTS E-MIRRORS
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Hi JRD,

> ad in Auto india about electric aftermarket mirror kits for all cars. Maybe if

The name was Enginetech, if I remember correctly. They did have a website, but cannot find it now. I did buy electric mirrors for Maruti 800 from them directly.

Did have an email chain long back, lost with the old computers.

ibm_jennifer did mention about them in the Safari TCIC maintenance costs thread, he should have a lead to them.
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Actually, I'm not clear what this thread is about.
Is it about electrically adjustable ORVMs or electrically foldable ORVMs?
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It's about electrically adjustable. But if they are available with electrical folding also, the better it is.

I found their contact info. Can any pune boys check them out?

Enginetech Systems Pvt. Ltd.

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Old 24th January 2009, 23:43   #41
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Hey, can anyone of you post some pictures of Internally adjustable ORVM for an ALto. Actually my dealer said that I wont get Internally Adjustable mirrors for Alto. Infact I am paying a whopping 2600 for feather mirrors (body colored). She (the sales person) said that now Maruti has stopped making Internally adjustable mirrors morever in Alto there is no place for the motor to be place.

Need some pictures to prove that seople do use Int adj Mirrors.
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Old 25th January 2009, 20:48   #42
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Hi guys, interesting topic. I was looking for something like this for my Zen Lx old model as it doesn;t have an internally adjusted OVRM forget a E-OVRM.

I found the website for Enginetech being discussed here
:: Leading Automotive Mirror Manufacturer in India, Leading Automotive Vision Systems Manufacturer in India.

Can someone find details for the internally adjusted OVRM and E-OVRM like price and feasibility please .
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Will touch base with them soon and revert.

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Hi,

Years back, I did get electrically operated door mirrors for fitting into a 800 from Enginetech.

In those days, a phone direct to the company was attended with care, the mirrors were couriered.

I am sure their attitude would be the same. Lost the contact details along with an old computer.
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Hey, can anyone of you post some pictures of Internally adjustable ORVM for an ALto. Actually my dealer said that I wont get Internally Adjustable mirrors for Alto. Infact I am paying a whopping 2600 for feather mirrors (body colored). She (the sales person) said that now Maruti has stopped making Internally adjustable mirrors morever in Alto there is no place for the motor to be place.

Need some pictures to prove that seople do use Int adj Mirrors.
You can get an internally adjustable mirror for Alto for about 1100-1200. But, I'm ignorant about the electrical ORVM.
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