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Old 26th August 2008, 00:16   #46
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Fantastic!!! Those are stupendous looking alloys & the car looks absolutely fabulous Navpreet! Good choice & have fun!

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Old 26th August 2008, 00:18   #47
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Good work Navpreet.

And thanks a lot Ishaan for all your help all throughout. Navpreet is apna "Khaas" banda, so a note of thanks from my side too :-)
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Jet black tints will transform this combination into a knockout.
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Old 26th August 2008, 00:31   #49
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Aah finally the tire bhagwan gives his blessings.

Thank you Ishan.i was sure that you'll like the alloys.and as i have experienced today,the tires offer phenomenal amount of grip.

rajat i'll accept your appreciation only when you come over to doon.

theMAG:tints are in the pipeline within the next few days bro.i bet it'll look smashing then.
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Old 26th August 2008, 09:35   #50
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Simple yet stunning choice !! This is so much hottter than the AC Schnitzer replica's that has become common on civics these days.

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nitrous ,buds you'll force me to have a gunman allotted to my civic now.
A gunman? Lol that wont stop our gentle giant.
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Old 26th August 2008, 10:29   #51
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i know but i'll try for the best possible security.lol.maybe i'll bribe the gentle giant with a ride on my two mechanical babes.that'll be a better way.
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Navpreet dude,
how about smoking tail lights and angel lights.
The car will turn a lot of heads
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Old 26th August 2008, 10:42   #53
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No moneys for the angel eyes or the HID as of now.as it is i drive a lot in the hills.i don't want to be caught in the middle of fog with white hid lights.they disperse so much that it makes 50% visibility into 10% visibility.
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No moneys for the angel eyes or the HID as of now.as it is i drive a lot in the hills.i don't want to be caught in the middle of fog with white hid lights.they disperse so much that it makes 50% visibility into 10% visibility.
Hmm Not true dude, I think these projectors have fantastic lighting, plonking them with 4300k HID and they will truly light up the road!!!
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Navpreet, very classy, though I must add you need to put a close-up of the alloy as well, bend your back a little?
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these tyres are kewlll man....absolutely love them, i would love to buy a civic just for these alloys...woah breathtaking!
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Old 26th August 2008, 15:04   #57
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Awesome, just awesome. Like the alloys which is classy and sporty at the same time.
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Old 26th August 2008, 17:38   #58
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manan:i was speaking out of my experience in my sister's swift which has HID's and well i nearly got myself killed in the fog due to the HID's dispersion.i have no idea whats its temp but its the Phillips ones which have both high and low set into one HID.they have a motor to pull the bulb in when i beam is activated and the beam goes high.
thats what i was thinking there has to be lower temp range HID's.i bet these ones which you have stated have a yellowish light close to the colour of the stock light.


johy,ashish,mohith: thank you.

mohith you've rightfully stated that its looking classy and sporty at the same time.thats why i'm not going any further with any more mods.by the way how's your baleno coming up.and what about the Stand alone ecu.do post up some details.i'm eagerly awaiting the ECU.
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For the F-o-G even 4300k HID wouldnt be optimal. You have to have 3000 HID and they cost more than 4300k from the manufacturer itself.
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killer man, u surely can drive safe with those rims there since the roads look neat. if u were in bombay with that car the rim would have a scratch in the first 10 kms of driving...
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