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Old 9th September 2009, 20:20   #2341
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I bought these alloys from Mohali for just Rs.12000/-.The same set would cost around 22k in Kerala and ordinary finish would be 17k minimum.
Is kerala that expensive. alloys all over punjab are of this range only.Note this is for chinese or taiwanese.
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Old 9th September 2009, 20:32   #2342
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Mi10 / Tejas

what tire pressure are you guys running? The tire shop set 30 on all 4 (I am running yoko ES100 185/60R14)
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what tire pressure are you guys running? The tire shop set 30 on all 4 (I am running yoko ES100 185/60R14)
I am running 30 but look wise it seems a bit on the lower side.

Also, the ride is a tad hard.

By the way what is the recommended tyre pressure for i10 by hyundai ?
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Old 9th September 2009, 21:18   #2344
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Adding a few more images. Sorry for one of the blurred images.
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I am running 30 but look wise it seems a bit on the lower side.

Also, the ride is a tad hard.

By the way what is the recommended tyre pressure for i10 by hyundai ?

recommended in 33 on all 4 , while running on stock 155/80R13
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Thanks guys. These are Matt grey Koenig alloys. Pressure 32.
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Brother...that's one sexy baleno you have there. Hats off to the maintenance ! I just love the wheels.
Thank u so much bro! appreciate it!

@Tejas: dude those alloys look just perfect for that i10, are those yokohamas stock from the company?or did u buy them with the new rims?why didnt you go for 15inch rims, a friend of mine has 15inch on i10 here,thats looks fab too!

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The i10 comes with 13" stock
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My i10 Alloys. Enjoy!




Very nice alloys you have there. The 2nd picture is amazing. Shall i say picture perfect.
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^^^ I second that ... very beautiful alloys !!
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That's indeed one of the sexiest looking Baleno i have seen. Never seen it on the road here though.

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Thanks alot!Its a 2006, i think September production.
Yeah, it got to be Sep'06 since mine is Oct'06 and my series is BF whereas your's is BE
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Jaisha, the car looks a lot better following the new bumper addition and paint job. The chrome treatment seems overboard to me, but thats just my opinion.

The alloys look good.
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Painted calipers really add that little extra that shows off a good set of alloys, especially at speed
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Thank u so much bro! appreciate it!

@Tejas: dude those alloys look just perfect for that i10, are those yokohamas stock from the company?or did u buy them with the new rims?why didnt you go for 15inch rims, a friend of mine has 15inch on i10 here,thats looks fab too!
Stock tyres are horribly skinny. The ride of the i10 is harsh and putting on 15 inchers would have made it even more harsher. Thus the 14"

Read about the car/tyre/costs & review and more pics here:

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/test-d...-review-4.html (Got a black eye! i10 AT Asta (Kappa engine) With Sunroof Review)
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That's indeed one of the sexiest looking Baleno i have seen. Never seen it on the road here though.
Yeah, it got to be Sep'06 since mine is Oct'06 and my series is BF whereas your's is BE
Hey Thanks alot mobike! well i remember seeing your car once near Taj Krishna. i live close by it! what area do u live in?

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Stock tyres are horribly skinny. The ride of the i10 is harsh and putting on 15 inchers would have made it even more harsher. Thus the 14"
Read about the car/tyre/costs & review and more pics here:
i guess you would have 50 profile tyres with 15 inch rims,thats COMFORT if u ask me,iv been using 40 since 3yrs and 45 since 8months ! lol, well theres no doubt that your cars looking really cool! so its all good!
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