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Old 22nd October 2016, 12:33   #331
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A look from the overall perspective
Sweet and you are right bro, it actually looks much better when viewed from the correct angle

I think the current rim colour goes very well with the rear mono shocks
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The 1.5 tdci is a tried and tested work horse, heard that second variant Trend is coming with ABS from this month, they are introducing a lower variant for taxi segment with bare minimum options like desire tour Aspire seems to be a big hit in the market.

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Thanks to offline request for this input by d3mon, it then struck me that it's good to check on headlamps for any changes.

Am I lucky or it's natural that headlamp clusters are still spotless despite running 90/100 for more than 6 months?

Does everyone have a similar happy experience or did someone experience blackened headlamp cluster due to higher intensity of lights?

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Does everyone have a similar happy experience or did someone experience blackened headlamp cluster due to higher intensity of lights?
I have been using 90/100 headlamp bulbs for the last 6 years both on my M800 as well as my current Swift and I've never faced any blackening of any sort on the headlamp assembly on either car.
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If the center appears too dark, why don't you change the hub cabs which have a white/silver base instead of blue? Something like these -

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https://www.aliexpress.com/item/4pcs...f5a6e21e&tpp=1
Thanks Dry Ice for your input! Based on same I ordered this item and received exactly in a month

Will install it as soon as I get sometime, hope it'll look nice
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