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Old 11th October 2006, 19:24   #391
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Thanks Vikram for the suggestion, I am sorry If I disturbed this thread discussion by asking different question in between

I will soon plan 205/65-R14 GIII tyre for my swift.

Any way thanks again,

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Old 12th October 2006, 00:08   #392
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You are correct to an extent. You mainly need to change the headers not the entire setup as turbo manifold is different from a FF manifold(header).

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hmmm ok safe then. let me know if u get used turbos and everything needed for the same. car has done 500 kms yet. so have to wait a while as well no rush. thanks
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Old 12th October 2006, 00:18   #393
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for those who wanted to know what a REAL yellow swift looks like



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Old 12th October 2006, 01:16   #394
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for those who wanted to know what a REAL yellow swift looks like



Jesal,

Thanks For Sharing The Pic.
Swift Looks Good..
Do you have more high resolution pics ??

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Old 12th October 2006, 10:58   #395
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whats up with that giant spoiler? i think yellow looks ok though ittl look a lot better with some nice 17"ers
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Old 12th October 2006, 11:33   #396
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@mugen - no thats all the pics i have of the car just clicked it for kicks

@khanak - dunno whose car it is would have loved rims on it too.
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Old 12th October 2006, 18:04   #397
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i really dont knw the use of spoilers for some cars. they dont travel fast enough to need the down force. unless you do some crazy mods to push it to something like 200 horses or somthing, and top speeds of about 150+.
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i think had the height of the spoiler been a little lower it wudve looked even better, and possibly in black wudve given it a better contrast!
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nice color looks good.. but the spoiler is spoiling it...lol
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whoever owns that car pls get rid of the spoiler. It is at such a height that it is aboslutely of no effect.
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Here's another Swift with a nice paintjob I saw last week.







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neat work. is it airbrushed then im impressed very much. looks like it though...
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Ishan , this paint job reminds of the ascent that roams the delhi streets with the same desogn excapt that is in green instead of yellow . And if I aint wrong that ascent was done by Dupont as their show car and its part of the Hyperformance club ... ( one of his friends owns it ) ..

As for this job , its looks neat except for the front lower grill as pointed out by someone else ...

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Doesnt anybody think that the flames design has become a little old and abused?
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hi guys Ive jus installed the simota bomb shell air filter in my ride man the car preforms like a bomb quick responce and sounds mind blowing will be installing the muffler next week
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