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Old 6th August 2010, 17:55   #31
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@rahulraa: Yes I saw these too and they definitely are very cost effective. However the ones we were talking about in the thread are specific to cars and have sizes that fit the window almost perfectly without leaving any gaps.

Congrats on the new car - waiting for a detailed review once you take delivery.
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@rahulraa : The door you had posted a pic already sports a rear curtain in built . I wonder why you bought another one . Also which car is this ?
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^^Thats picture is for reference only, Its not his car.

The kind of window curtains you guys are looking for, are available with Carplus gurgaon. They have two different brands the range is 3800-4300 Rs.
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Thanks @ Bandhav, its certainly not my car awaiting delivery, just googled for an image to help,
sorry @ Shreeps but these are the ones which I could find at the car market place near Milan which is quite famous for sunflim and accessories. Shall be in town next week and see if any more varities available esp. the ones which can be fitted from within. Thanks and regards
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^^ You must have seen these- P8 window Curtains Amritras India. I am looking curtains for my Laura, i could not find any others apart from those mentioned above.

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I too was searching for something similar but couldnt find anything other than the Amritras ones. One accessory dealer explained that there is no space inside the side door panels of other cars to fit the rolled up curtain whereas for MB, Audi and BMV, the door panels are made in such a way that it accomodates the curtain. Havent openerd my car door panel yet so cant confirm .

Please let me know if you have found any alternatives.
Hey folks, I have been hunting for these for couple of months for my innova without luck. Anyone experimented retrofitting the P8 ones in concealed fashion? Does it look very odd when fitted over the dash board.
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Hey folks, I have been hunting for these for couple of months for my innova without luck. Anyone experimented retrofitting the P8 ones in concealed fashion? Does it look very odd when fitted over the dash board.
May be if it is well integrated for the entire length like a beeding doesn't look bad. Do P8s look like this.

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May be if it is well integrated for the entire length like a beeding doesn't look bad. Do P8s look like this.

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Somthing like that but not as sleek. Sorry, I ended up not purchasing these so dont have any pics that I can share.
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I have posted pictures and details about the P8 curtains here: http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/test-d...ml#post2199611
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Seems like a good product, hope it works with Alto. Have left a query on their website.

Site claims that hey have started supplying curtains with motors for pulling up curtains.
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While searching for car window curtains , i have come across Amritras India : The leading distributors of Automotive Accessory Products in India

the quote for 4 door curtains in bangalore is 4600/- for any car

Anyone used this product? if yes how is the product
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^^ See post#6 of this thread.
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contact Ravi or atish from motorsounds.
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a friend got it done on his Altis.
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Hello all,

I've just bought a set of these curtains (P8 Amritras) for my Indigo Marina, from the Mumbai distributor.

He does not have the capability of fitting these curtains, however. They need to be screwed into the door trim (at the window sill), in addition to being stuck on with adhesive. To a car enthusiast, this may seem difficult to digest.

I am looking for a location with good staff, in Pune, which is where I am currently, to fit these curtains.

If any Pune-ites can suggest a location, I'd be obliged.

Will post pictures of the fitted curtains thereafter.

I have to say that the Rs.20 per piece shades with suction cups that are sold by street-side vendors at every traffic light, do pretty much the same job at much lesser expense. Only problem with them for me is that small children located in their car seats on the rear seats, tend to pull the shades off easily ... and then harangue you when they feel the sun.

Look forward to hearing from people ...

Cheers,

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P.S. Just checked http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/modifi...windows-2.html (Aftermarket Sun-Shade for car windows) and noted shreeps and rahulraa's posts.

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I have to say that the Rs.20 per piece shades with suction cups that are sold by street-side vendors at every traffic light, do pretty much the same job at much lesser expense. Only problem with them for me is that small children located in their car seats on the rear seats, tend to pull the shades off easily ... and then harangue you when they feel the sun.
Is it ok to fit these suction type ones on a glass which already has sunfilm on it. I'm scared whether it would pull out the sunfilm alongwith it, while removing?
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