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Old 14th August 2008, 01:05   #391
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@ benbsb29 - neat job dude. I guess the smoked head lamp looks good on Pearl White and for INR 6K this gives a stunning look too.JK any plans ??

I second benbsb29 with regard to KITUP. thats probably the best combination to go for.

@ Ramkumar , go with the following

1) Get the body colored cladding done.
2) Go for the smoked head lamp/ tail lamp.
3) Stick to the 3.0L grill. it looks far better than the KITUP one.

I liked your alloys. Rare, i must say here in TBHP. may be the only one!!! I like the gear knob a lot too. Neatly done interiors as well.

All the best with your KITUP venture. Keep us posted.

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JK, here is my effort on your Safari.

With just the headlamps treatment and wider tyres on the same set of alloys :

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With headlamps treatment, Wider tyres and modified grill with Tata emblem

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With headlamps treatment, Wider tyres and modified grill without Tata emblem

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Great job pal. Got to show my wifey for approval
Looks mean

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jkdas, if you want to see how Pearl White looks with the old grille, please take a look at my garage.

Mine is stock 3.0 EX 4x4 so no mods like body coloured cladding / bumpers and wider tyres.
Guess I should do it then?

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@ benbsb29 - neat job dude. I guess the smoked head lamp looks good on Pearl White and for INR 6K this gives a stunning look too.JK any plans ??

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6k? hehe. Who is gonna pay 5k for that when you can do it at home.
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This is the interiors of my LOVE

The interiors are very good and the wood finish on the console is looking very catchy...

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hi, i just got these seat covers for my safari. They are g-sport art leather covers. Sorry for the poor pics as its from my mobile cam. Will post better pics later.
The leather covers very attractive, but get the fittings tightened a bit as you can see some layers of the covers...
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Great job pal. Got to show my wifey for approval
Aah.. How times change!
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Here is my Safari.
Power mods done are
1) A power box from Dimensione Italy. Power is now an estimated 138 bhp.
2) Green Cotton airfilter with Dynamiser Kit.
Accessories are
1) Pioneer DVD player with Pioneer 2510 speakers in the rear tailgate
2) Soundstream co-axials on the rear door and components in front.
3) Kicker Subwoofer.
4) Alpine DSP unit.
5) A 4.0 farad capacitor
6) Parrot blue tooth car kit.
7) Sony car reverse guidance system.
8) 12v compressor for emergencies.
9) Roof mounted DVD screen.
10) Top mounted luggage box/carrier.
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Here is my Safari.
Power mods done are
1) A power box from Dimensione Italy. Power is now an estimated 138 bhp.
2) Green Cotton airfilter with Dynamiser Kit.
Accessories are
1) Pioneer DVD player with Pioneer 2510 speakers in the rear tailgate
2) Soundstream co-axials on the rear door and components in front.
3) Kicker Subwoofer.
4) Alpine DSP unit.
5) A 4.0 farad capacitor
6) Parrot blue tooth car kit.
7) Sony car reverse guidance system.
8) 12v compressor for emergencies.
9) Roof mounted DVD screen.
10) Top mounted luggage box/carrier.

Mr.Jyobeb as per your signature says you are living life king size with the kinds of modifications done on your Safari 3.0L.
  • The powerbox does it really give that much power and how did you calculate the power saying that it is producing 138bhp.
  • The parrot bluetooth car kit is really good by showing the number.
  • The screen fitted on the dashboard is it also connected to the DVD-player along with the camera.
  • The place where you have taken the photo is really good, by the way which place is that.
  • The luggage carrier is good and looks like more adventurous trips.
Keep living life King size with The King - Tata Safari
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Here is my Safari.
Power mods done are
1) A power box from Dimensione Italy. Power is now an estimated 138 bhp.
2) Green Cotton airfilter with Dynamiser Kit.
Accessories are
1) Pioneer DVD player with Pioneer 2510 speakers in the rear tailgate
2) Soundstream co-axials on the rear door and components in front.
3) Kicker Subwoofer.
4) Alpine DSP unit.
5) A 4.0 farad capacitor
6) Parrot blue tooth car kit.
7) Sony car reverse guidance system.
8) 12v compressor for emergencies.
9) Roof mounted DVD screen.
10) Top mounted luggage box/carrier.
wow!!! That is a lot of mods. How is the performance box working? Where do we get it?
Your car looks fabulous.
Please post more details about your safari.
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jyobeb; your Dicor looks great.

Thats a very big sub box an you need 4F cap?

How much did that Sony cost cost and is it connected to the DVD too?

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[*]The powerbox does it really give that much power and how did you calculate the power saying that it is producing 138bhp. That is what the manufacturers claim. The power difference is very apparent[*]The parrot bluetooth car kit is really good by showing the number. Yep! Its really cool[*]The screen fitted on the dashboard is it also connected to the DVD-player along with the camera.Yes.[*]The place where you have taken the photo is really good, by the way which place is that. The place is Kodaikanal[*]The luggage carrier is good and looks like more adventurous trips.[/list]Keep living life King size with The King - Tata Safari
Thanks for the comments. how do you like the way I have created a bed?
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Some more photographs. My Safari truly is my workhorse & home in one.
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Thanks for the comments. how do you like the way I have created a bed?
The bed is good and is good for a person who is of mid height and weight and what is it that placed above the sub box, the round object(is it the 4.0 farad capacitor).

And how is the wiring done for the reverse cam and the DVD connectivity to the Sony.

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Woweee....

Nice innovation that bed man, "i am loving it"

The Safari looks nice and with that Module from Italy, its sure added more horses to your princely chariot.

Nice locales joy.

Gowdre i heard that reverse camera's now costs only 1600/- including wiring, they'll connect it to the existing screen in the car.

I'am not allowed to use a screen in the front(Only mid seats have head mount 7" screens) My dad's very particular on that.
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Reverse Camera cost you Rs. 1500 if its a CMOS. But CCD Cameras cost you more than Rs. 3000

Get a CCD if you want good picture quality and if you want to make it always ON.
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@ jyobeb: great mods buddy. i liked the roof box a lot but cant say the same about the two rods jutting out of the roof line. and the sub definetely rocks!
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@jyobeb: great set of modifications. A beautiful vehicle.

Really loved the way to you set the 'bed'! :-) A very smart utilization of space and no I know what you mean by it is also your home!

With all these, what is the security system that you have in place? The accessories will be a too much of a tempatation to resist!

And why no rain guard for the driver side glass? Is it required more there than the other glasses?
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