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Old 8th April 2008, 12:36   #61
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So i believe it would be the first cedia to go wild here in t-bhp.Anyways neat job done psycho and the headers looks good too.
TG -need not be that silient buddie,Some sound always helps.
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Old 8th April 2008, 12:42   #62
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So i believe it would be the first cedia to go wild here in t-bhp.Anyways neat job done psycho and the headers looks good too.
TG -need not be that silient buddie,Some sound always helps.
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Ha ha....Well m the silent types you see, unless am on the stage and i have a mike in hand!
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Congraulations TG.

Btw is it just me or someone else also noticed that there is a slight dent on one of the header pipes (right most one) ?
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Old 8th April 2008, 13:59   #64
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I think its just you
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Nice !! Those chrome plated headers look amazing in addition to being quite functional w.r.t performance gains. Looks like a very professional job indeed.
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I think its just you
Just saw the image clearly & what looked like a dent to me was actually a reflection, silly me
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Congratulations Torqueguru!
The engine bay looks wicked.

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So i believe it would be the first cedia to go wild here in t-bhp.
Abix's Cedia done by Autopsyche
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Hey congrats buddy.!
The headers look awesome.
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Old 8th April 2008, 16:32   #69
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@kpzen
@faithless_1984
Thanks guys

@Technocrat
You cant be blamed, we are all ruled by illusions some time or the other!

@Spadival
Psycho and gang are indeed very professional.

Regards,
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Nice job, Mukul. The Cedia is a lovely car, and now you have some go to add to the handling. The chrome job looks great, BTW.

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So i believe it would be the first cedia to go wild here in t-bhp.
Abix's Cedia done by Autopsyche
The third. There is an inactive member with a nice Cedia.
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YOur headers look really neat. Congrats on the job. It must be very addictive to drive with the improved torque coz its quite great in stock trim over 2K Rpm.
PS DO post your FE figures after running in.
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Yes sure to do that.Driving just got more addictive now! I always was addicted to driving anyways, but this has pushed me to the point of no return.
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hi all
let me add my side of the story here
one fine day our man(TG) calls up and asks about the headers
his main concern was the increase in sound (which is ususally case of the end can)
so i suggested or rather asked him to go to psyco
since i have driven cars modded by him(and by god just love them)
later that evening since the shy boy couldnt speak to the tunner directly
conferenced the call 3 ways and it took 1 and 1/2 hour to explain things
and psyco and i suggested tg to stay where he is since the car was under warrenty
for another 2 years and he agreeded (psyco you really have patience)
the very next day when i went to vasu-anna's garage to check on my car
(is also going through a major operation will reveal about it later)
saw this red cedia with the hood poped up
asked vasu anna and was told the car car for a header job
since i vist the garage on daily basis(i am missing my car a lot)
saw the car at the garge for i guess 4 days
then one fine day the car was not there
but the owner kept coming back that day as every one who know him knows he is a perfectionist (which is a very good thing in todays world,never compromise)
for small things here and there
and later was caught by me for a test drive
here comes the best part
met our man hopped into the driving seat made him sit on the passenger side (had to literally push him there)
took him to the nearest ring road
and hell the car is fast(didnt actually notice the top speed i touched)
and it kicks in at 3000 rpm is now very responsive(though it was good before now better)
and that was the first time i saw a grown up crying like a kid
praying, and telling me to slow down but i was in my own world flirting with this beauty
well finally came back to the garage where he dropped me but i loved every second of the drive
hope he lets me drive again
well this is all from me

and a surprise very soon

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Deadly Car dude. But evem more better is that link in your signature.Slainte!!!
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Alias. Thats a comprehensive reply. Maybe you should try a hand at science fiction writing too
Thankx for all your input friend
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