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Old 21st December 2009, 16:35   #16
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Don't know prevailing rates in B'bay, but in BLR these are the going rates. I had received higher quotes from Stanley and Ovion.
Viper, All Said and done....The SLX looks a notch above its segment with the mods....

Very well done.

In Bby, I guess the price for the same would be in the range of Rs. 18K from Stanley.
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Wow. That does look nice to me. As always its the beige interiors that is both ways, when clean it makes the car look high-class, but when dirtied it makes the car look low-class.

Anyway, good job with the car.
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Old 21st December 2009, 17:17   #18
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It really looks superb. The stitching works seems to be of very good quality.
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Congratulations viper, good work done. Looks great

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Looks great! Congrats!
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Old 21st December 2009, 18:35   #21
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Viper, All Said and done....The SLX looks a notch above its segment with the mods....

Very well done.
Small correction: its a 1.6 sport!
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Small correction: its a 1.6 sport!
Small Correction - it is a Palio Stile` 1.6 Sport

The interior looks great - what happened to the door speakers? Why are they outside the speaker grills?

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Old 21st December 2009, 18:43   #23
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Good looking seats, I think you have got it at reasonable price with all the door pads and steering plus armrest.
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Wow. That does look nice to me. As always its the beige interiors that is both ways, when clean it makes the car look high-class, but when dirtied it makes the car look low-class.

Anyway, good job with the car.
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Looks great! Congrats!
Thank you guys! the car does feel special after this!
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Old 21st December 2009, 18:53   #24
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Small Correction - it is a Palio Stile` 1.6 Sport

The interior looks great - what happened to the door speakers? Why are they outside the speaker grills?
I stand corrected! - When the ICE was done, I had put in 6.5" compos - so had to cut the stock grill
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Hey,

Nice looking job there. The prices seem to have really shot up. I was very happy with the workmanship of Santosh and team. Glad it worked well for you too.

One word of caution though. Make sure you clean those seats with a good quality leather cleaner at least once in 2 weeks. Dust has a tendency to get embedded in the leather, particularly around the folds and stitches and can make the upholstery really dirty. My car has the same beige.

I am seriously considering converting the whole interior setup to all black

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Good workmanship, why dont you post some better quality pics?
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One word of caution though. Make sure you clean those seats with a good quality leather cleaner at least once in 2 weeks. Dust has a tendency to get embedded in the leather, particularly around the folds and stitches and can make the upholstery really dirty. My car has the same beige.

I am seriously considering converting the whole interior setup to all black

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Rajan,
I am using the Amway leather & vinyl cleaner - Santosh@Ceralli also recommended the same. I foresee myself putting it to use every month (I hope not every 15 days)
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Good workmanship, why dont you post some better quality pics?
Latheesh, these snaps were taken by the Vendor - I havent gotten around to taking some myself - will update the thread when I do so
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Please do it

Ceralli, Marvin and Pensee are the vendors comes to my mind whenever people ask about good quality custom seat covers in Bangy. Could you please provide some details like which portion is done in real leather/PU etc? and does the package include the steering wheel cover?

Amway leather & vinyl cleaner - I have similar leather/PU combination seat cover in my SPARK, how much did you pay for this Amway cleaner?

Thanks in advance
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Old 21st December 2009, 19:58   #29
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Hey Viper

some cool seats there, also you got the most sought after thing by me in my palio = central arm rest. that too at 1750 RS, it is a steal.
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Please do it

Ceralli, Marvin and Pensee are the vendors comes to my mind whenever people ask about good quality custom seat covers in Bangy. Could you please provide some details like which portion is done in real leather/PU etc? and does the package include the steering wheel cover?

Amway leather & vinyl cleaner - I have similar leather/PU combination seat cover in my SPARK, how much did you pay for this Amway cleaner?

Thanks in advance
All the nutmeg colour is leather - all beige is PU. Package included door pads, steering wheel (leather), the gear fob (leather) and hand brake grip (also leather)

I had purchased the Amway product a couple of years back - IIRC - it was Rs.275/- Its a good product and car smells good after using it!
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