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Old 7th May 2008, 04:32   #1186
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Is it possible to have a 4-2 header for the swift? With 1 exhaust on each side( L & R). I have seen this on a zen and hence wondering about the same.
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Yes it is possible, I saw a swift in which there were two exhaust one on each side!!!
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Can someone please tell me how much do these angel's and Led tails cost?
Also does it require any additional wiring or change in relays?
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Old 12th May 2008, 16:27   #1189
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is that arm rest specially made for swift or some other vehicles....
I got one from a delaer in banaglore. the problem is that it is too short as an arm rest. even if I drag the seat to the very end it is still not comfortable. an immature purchase cost me 1800 Rs if i remember right -

Any way didnt require any fixing it just fits into the cubby hole between the front seats. now stuck with it since i have bought it. was speaking to blue raven he mentioned that Dezire comes with an armrest want to check if that would fit.
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I got one from a delaer in banaglore. the problem is that it is too short as an arm rest. even if I drag the seat to the very end it is still not comfortable. an immature purchase cost me 1800 Rs if i remember right -

Any way didnt require any fixing it just fits into the cubby hole between the front seats. now stuck with it since i have bought it. was speaking to blue raven he mentioned that Dezire comes with an armrest want to check if that would fit.
I have found the MGA arm rest bought from the dealer to be very comfortable and seem to use it every day when I drive. Am 5'7" - so the seat is a bit in front but the arm rest is still usable and doesnt cause any problem while gear shifting. Its not meant to be used as a "arm chair" so it is useful for resting your left arm on it leaving enough room for free movement of your arm to operate the gear shifter.
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Old 13th May 2008, 09:39   #1191
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liked the arm chair analogy - anyway thanks for the info - just a QQ the arm rest I have is about 18 Cms - is this similar to the one that you have ? i find a lot of gap in between the Gear knob and the armrest - more that what be required to operate the gear shift - actually stops uncomfortably before the handbrake - Thanks again -

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I have found the MGA arm rest bought from the dealer to be very comfortable and seem to use it every day when I drive. Am 5'7" - so the seat is a bit in front but the arm rest is still usable and doesnt cause any problem while gear shifting. Its not meant to be used as a "arm chair" so it is useful for resting your left arm on it leaving enough room for free movement of your arm to operate the gear shifter.
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Old 13th May 2008, 14:21   #1192
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liked the arm chair analogy - anyway thanks for the info - just a QQ the arm rest I have is about 18 Cms - is this similar to the one that you have ? i find a lot of gap in between the Gear knob and the armrest - more that what be required to operate the gear shift - actually stops uncomfortably before the handbrake - Thanks again -

I think it is the same size. There is a big gap between the shift and the rest. You do have to raise your hand from the arm rest to shift. Here is a picture to show where it is.
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Old 13th May 2008, 14:34   #1193
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Can someone please tell me how much do these angel's and Led tails cost?
Also does it require any additional wiring or change in relays?
Not sure about the angel eyes but MASS stocks the Euro tail lamps (non LED type). Costs 7k and they buy back your stock swift tail lamps for 2k to 3k IIRC.
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Old 5th June 2008, 16:00   #1194
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Heres my swift vxi- 2008

K&N typhoon intake
Custom made FFE, with stock headers
Smoked headlamps
Smoked taillamps
16" P&W black chrome finish alloys
205/50R15 yokohama S.Drive tyres
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16" P&W black chrome finish alloys
205/50R15 yokohama S.Drive tyres
R15 tyres on 16 inch rims? you must have really streched those tyres to fit.
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Old 5th June 2008, 20:18   #1196
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Oops, sorry my mistake. Its R16!
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@nikhilv12: That is one HOT looking swift, a subtle lip skirting kit and carbon fibre spoiler will make it killer.
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Those are killer alloys Nikhil!
Hot ride buddy, I am sure it makes a lot of heads turn.

Cheers.
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Thanks Badboyscad, i was thinking of getting a carbon fiber spoiler and the hood also, can you help me see how they will look on my car, with your PS job?
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Hot swift Nikhil, thats very very neat indeed, good choice on the wheels and the smoked tail lamps compliment it perfectly.
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