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Old 8th June 2008, 13:15   #106
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Thanks

Gowdaji for your KING Pics.

Thats a nice color on a Safari, I would like to share some experience i had.

The impulse to get hold of a Safari ASAP to me and my brother was after seeing a White VX on Chamundi Hills Mysore.

3 months later the Red Beast was at home.
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Old 8th June 2008, 13:35   #107
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The impulse to get hold of a Safari ASAP to me and my brother was after seeing a White VX on Chamundi Hills Mysore.

3 months later the Red Beast was at home.
LOL, would be interesting to hear the howcome whycome of the white changing to red!
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Since we have garage @ TBHP, a modded pic
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LOL, would be interesting to hear the howcome whycome of the white changing to red!

Anup,

Let me explain

Safari was always on our wishlist, since we liked the Ferrari Red so much, the closest we could get to that color was with the Safari Red

Hence the color to red but the choice of Safari remained.
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THE KING - TATA SAFARI

This was our long time dream to own One.

our dream came true on the 25th of Jan 2008

Liked those washed out Safari "The King" snaps, shot/composed purposely?
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Liked those washed out Safari "The King" snaps, shot/composed purposely?
One shot was composed purposely and others were drive pictures.
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[quote=PAVAN KADAM;858477]Thanks

Gowdaji for your KING Pics.

Ashtondhu maryadhe beda guru, Gowdre athava Raghu andre saku
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Ok

Only 15 Safari's posted so far and all are DICOR's

what happened to all the TCIC safari Owners?


Anyways i see this thread dying slowly.

Mods: Kindly close if its not moving further.
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Old 10th June 2008, 17:02   #114
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Here are a few pics of my beast
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Gowda79 - Nice pics.

Rajismine - The speedo pic is awesome. I think the latest 2.2 version speedo looks bad when compared to the classy dials of the Dicors.
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One more Safari to Bangalore.Hey buddy welcome aboard, Is'nt it you who has waited really long enough to get hold of one such monster.

I had been tracking your posts for long time.Congrats on your new ride.

Hoping to get a glimpse of your Safari.
Thanks Pavan, i was so confused between a new Safari and a used Pajero but looks i took the right decision by buying a new Safari. In 3 days i crossed 1000kms and due for first servicing
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Anyways i see this thread dying slowly.

Mods: Kindly close if its not moving further.
Give people time and space, it is going okay. Just enjoy as and when a picture is posted.


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Here are a few pics of my beast
Yes that speedo has a better design than the 2.2 one and also the spare wheel cover - any day that is infinite times better than that big oversized "T" we have.
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Hi all

This is one of the best thread I found on T-BHP for Safari Owners or Would be Owners.Its really great to see the passion for this INDIAN KING.

I will also post the pics of my 2.2 VTT Pearl White INDIAN KING (2 months old) very soon.

But I have not added any accessory to my INDIAN KING till date. Chalega?
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Hi all

This is one of the best thread I found on T-BHP for Safari Owners or Would be Owners.Its really great to see the passion for this INDIAN KING.

I will also post the pics of my 2.2 VTT Pearl White INDIAN KING (2 months old) very soon.

But I have not added any accessory to my INDIAN KING till date. Chalega?
Congrats Bawa for The King

The King does not require anything more, he only acquires it.

The only thing u need to put up is the Fog Lamps, which even i am planning to put it on my King(Hella 3000/4000/5000) or Light Force
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Hi all

This is one of the best thread I found on T-BHP for Safari Owners or Would be Owners.Its really great to see the passion for this INDIAN KING.

I will also post the pics of my 2.2 VTT Pearl White INDIAN KING (2 months old) very soon.

But I have not added any accessory to my INDIAN KING till date. Chalega?

Deepak,

The stock Safari by itself is fully loaded, so doudega

Put ur pics dude, we want it coming.

Gowdre, Careful with your fog lights, let it not restrict air flow to the turbo intercooler.

Hey that speedo shows 150 kmph, i've done similar speeds on the Davangere Roads.


About the speedo- i am with people who says the 3 ltr one's are better than the 2.2's
And about the spare wheel cover- the 3 ltr's Dicor's wheels are n to the power of n times better than the 2.2's

But since its a Safari, Its surely a head turner.

Lets enjoy the Beast.

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