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Old 29th July 2008, 03:15   #16
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mazda series of cars usually have an X in the back. eg MX-5 miata, MX-6, RX-7 etc..

the one you are mistaking is the mazda MX-5 which is also know as the mazda miata,
Thanks mate, finally have got my facts right, sorry for the misinformation earlier.
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Old 30th July 2008, 00:44   #17
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Wow! Dude that is an amazing peice of work you guys have done.
Absolutely love those alloys there, bodykit is simple but elegant and the overall looks is simply amazing.
But just one question about the headlamps, is that i could'nt really figure out the reflector which looked a little old and out of character of the car, or maybe is it the angle of the picture shot at is making it look that way?
Or the way it looks as they might be projectors?
thank you abhik and we have changed the head lamps as these ones where not suiting as u said.

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Nice work done on the ride. Any peek pictures under the hood if possible. The ride surely looks to be mean and in a class of its own.
will provide you people with more pictures. no performance mods as such . only exhaust and filter

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Great ride dude,

The car looks very plain, a bit of monograms and logo's here and there would do a bit of justice.

The alloys seems to be a bit out of sorts on the car, sorry if i am rude here.

I feel the car requires different pattern on the alloy.
i think it might make the car look a little jazzy. thought i prity much like the alloys..anyways thank you

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Old 30th July 2008, 19:40   #18
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a few more pics of my ride.
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Old 30th July 2008, 23:26   #19
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Dude your ride certainly needs some serious good rims,with lip-type or deep-dish.
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Old 31st July 2008, 01:17   #20
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Ver well done. The body kit looks classy and simple which is good. WRT the alloys, it's definately a personal preference, but I agree with ramie, deep dish at the rear and some dish in front, that'll look absolutely killer...
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Old 31st July 2008, 02:10   #21
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thank you abhik and we have changed the head lamps as these ones where not suiting as u said.
Dude please post pictures of the new headlamps as well.

What's the footwear on the alloys? If you ever decide to change the alloys to something else, also change the footwear and get the V pattern rubber, will look killer!
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Old 31st July 2008, 02:18   #22
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wow, the front/back bumpers are molded in the body. Be careful mate. Overall, nicely done. Def. unique, and it looks like you were going for the 'different' look.
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Old 31st July 2008, 07:57   #23
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I liked the plain looks of the car. It's very well done and not a shouting one. Congratulations bro!

Even the wheels are fine. But it could've been better, that's all.

Overall, it's a very sweet looking car. Keep it up!
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Old 31st July 2008, 10:35   #24
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great looking car. Blacken out the side windows and it will look even more wicked.
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@autokustoms:your ride looks hot very nice built i am sure its a head turner.. kindly consider the wheels and could you please share whats inside the bonet???
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@autokustoms:your ride looks hot very nice built i am sure its a head turner.. kindly consider the wheels and could you please share whats inside the bonet???
obviously an engine is under the bonnet unless its rear engined.


autokustomz - please change those rims.
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a few more pics of my ride.

Neat execution. I just felt the rear quarter & rear of the car is "inspired" by Arush's GTO - looks good none the less.

IMHO - the Alloys are the only thing that begs to be changed.

Enjoy your ride.



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Old 31st July 2008, 17:39   #28
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Great job dude! now try fitting in a more powerful engine.
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Old 31st July 2008, 18:03   #29
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Neat looking car buddy. But I also feel that the alloys are a bit girlish.
Good luck and drive safe.
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Old 31st July 2008, 20:07   #30
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The original looks a lot better. But thats just my opinion. If you like it nothing better than that.
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