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Old 11th June 2008, 10:55   #61
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dude frankly speaking there is no safety HU at normal place its not in glove box.. amp under the seat and sub and speaks in the gap of front and rear seat.
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pdev, How do you ensure the safety of your ICE, SUB & Amp? I can assume that the HU would be in the glove compartment, so is 'kind of safe'. What about Sub & Amp?

I am planning to get ICE done in my Gypsy as well and mine is also half soft top (like yours) but an concerned about the safety of the ICE.
Ya esp in blore.it rains cats n dogs
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Old 11th June 2008, 11:19   #63
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ohh for rains either you can get the full hood or cover the sub box and amp with a plastic. make sure that the box is not on the ground just cover the entire thing with the plastic. i will try to get the pics of what i have done to save it from the water.

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I love the black wheels + white lettered tyres look. Your Gypsy looks really neat. It will be fun to offroad together once I get my Jeep back.
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Beautiful gypsy you got there sudev. Hows the ride on the rear?
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Beautiful gypsy you got there sudev. Hows the ride on the rear?
Sudev??? its pdev devang...ohh ask me about the ride on the rear i am a permanent guest every saturday on the stand-up rear ride,its awesome man,one helluva experience,but these guys drive too fast and sometimes on turn its a bit scary,i really love pdev's gypsy,we leave all our cars parked when the "MonStar" comes.

Edit: pdev I am working out for a new Subwoofer for your ride.cheers..!!! "Mauja hi Mauja"

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Old 11th June 2008, 12:57   #67
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fthanks for your comments guys,
@khansultan, bro its the alloys which i got with the car when i bought it, yes it has got matt black finish.

Frankly speaking i enjoyed the drive after esteem boosters, feel more confident about braking.
Dont you think it is over servoed, esp in offroad situations?

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Ummm nooooo.. Where will we sit. Rear seats will stay.
You dont sit in the gypsy, bro, you stand up!

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As it is we stand. We only need the seat for eating .
Eating..what eating..only drinking! LOL
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forgot to mentioned about ICE,
I have a pioneer HU and speakers, VCCI sub, explod 4 channle amp.


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pdev, How do you ensure the safety of your ICE, SUB & Amp? I can assume that the HU would be in the glove compartment, so is 'kind of safe'. What about Sub & Amp?

I am planning to get ICE done in my Gypsy as well and mine is also half soft top (like yours) but an concerned about the safety of the ICE.
I had ICE in my gypsy too, while it was in Hardtop and running LPG. Had a Pio 8950HU with a Pio 6800 Amp and Sub et all.

Removed the same when I made it to current trim. Also I prefer the engine growl to music. The dilemma as to which is better keeps one confused!

FYI, Mine is a 97 King with a 4x2 headers, K&N filter, a blue printed engine running an esteem carburettor!
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@ramie2400 oops thats for not observing names carefully!!! So its a 2 seater and 5 or 6 stander gypsy. Sounds like fun.

Where do you guys go offroading?
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Hey buddy when can we c ur offroading videos n pictures
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thanks for your comments guys..

@GTO dude when is your car expected? i already did one trip it was fun.

@adarvesh i am waiting for pics altaf bhai. as soon as i get it i will upload it.

@headers, dude i didnt find that, i found it very useful, specially in my car where in i rip the car on road and in offroad also it works fine. quite happy with it.


@ ramie saar you betta do something about my sub.
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Old 12th June 2008, 08:52   #71
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Regd the engine, does anyone know of a diesel engine being transplanted into a Gypsy? Wonder how a 1.3 Multijet would do in it
my friend use to have a gypsy with a 6.0L nissan engine few years ago

and it was way faster that any jeep or gypsy i had even driven
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my friend use to have a gypsy with a 6.0L nissan engine few years ago

and it was way faster that any jeep or gypsy i had even driven
Do i read that as a 6.0 litre diesel engine? What engine did he use anyways?
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Its a Hino i guess!!
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6.0L engine in a gypsy... how did it fit in, there no place for anything bigger than a 3L engine with four cylinder..I am curious which engine???? may be a 6 cylinder with 2.5 to 3 liters...that may fit in with some mods.
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some of my fav places for offroadin.. cheers:


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