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Old 11th August 2008, 02:42   #136
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Here you had the toppled Gypsy, Pdev in muck, and the rest.

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Old 11th August 2008, 03:39   #137
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Looks like a lot of fun
wish we had something like this upnorth
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Looks like a lot of fun
wish we had something like this upnorth
Just find your nearest village and MAKE YOUR ON PATH!!!!
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Got the verbal discription yesterday. Have seen the pictorial one today. But i still cant believe that you got your beast out of that muck.
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Awesome pics dingdong,that was one crazy off-roading day
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Doubt there were quads.
http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/attach...n-08-00-6-.jpg

No quads?

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Here are a few videos to add to those pictures.

There are a bit NECK BREAKING.. You'll understand what i mean when you watch them.





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That was an absolutely awesome off-road bash!! Great pictures too!
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buddy we have tried everything at rajmachi even the canvas belt, thick chains but dosent work . then we switched on to steel ropes used by marine people to lift their containers. and it really helps.

if you see in the video the people driving it are germans on world tour travelling since the past 22 months we just met them on the way and asked them if they would like to join us for an offroading trip they agreed.

the clutch plate and the pressure plate cost around 3.5 k
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seeing the number of videos (both indian and foreign) where a tiny suzuki saves every brand of off roader, I think, I should be looking for a Gypsy and not an MM540.
I've been a longtime MM540 fan, but the proof of the gypsy's prowess is irrefutable.
Low end torque vs Revs! again!

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Don't want to hijack the mumbai gangs thread and turn it into a MM540 vs Gypsy thread BUT:

You won't regret buying a Gypsy King MPFI. (And of course neither will you by going on for 540 etc)

The Low end torque is something that can be derived in a Gypsy also. Just wait for my next set of planned mechanical mods. I will ensure TONS of low end torque in a Gypsy.

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Don't want to hijack the mumbai gangs thread and turn it into a MM540 vs Gypsy thread BUT:

You won't regret buying a Gypsy King MPFI. (And of course neither will you by going on for 540 etc)

The Low end torque is something that can be derived in a Gypsy also. Just wait for my next set of planned mechanical mods. I will ensure TONS of low end torque in a Gypsy.

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Dude you should make a trip to mumbai once in your offroader and come with us to rajmachi. You'll love it.
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Dude you should make a trip to mumbai once in your offroader and come with us to rajmachi. You'll love it.
anku, would LOVE to -- especially after you all post so many brilliant pictures of your fun mud/slush filled OTR's.

Just that 2600 Kms up/down from Bangalore in a Gypsy for an OTR . My wifey would kill me.

Whenever I am in Mumbai, I will join you guys on your 4x4's. Love the muddy/slushy OTR's.

PS: BTW, your videos have way toooo many expletives/swear words man. Maybe you guys need to mention in the post/links cautioning about the swear words. But really, you guys make some nice videos.
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the mm540 in action, one is a 95 4x4 and one is 1988 4x2, both jeeps have clocked well over 200,000km.









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The 4*2 jeep there is alfa_kilo's if i am not wrong. Nice videos. Looks like good fun
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yes alpha kilo is a kick *** driver,loads of enthusiasm.

the other jeep is mine.
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