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Old 1st April 2008, 14:07   #31
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Yes the inner would touch when you hit a bump or when the car bottoms out...

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I have a M800 5S, The tyres are due to change. I am interested in 13 inchers, but scared taht they may touch the inner wall while turning. Do you face this?
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I have a M800 5S, The tyres are due to change. I am interested in 13 inchers, but scared taht they may touch the inner wall while turning. Do you face this?
you just need to raise the suspension a bit its easy and cheaper.
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I agree by raising the suspension you can use 13" inchers ...but the flip side is the handling of the car gets affected a bit..it bounces...u can fit 13" inchers just as stock ...u may face some rubbing when you go over bumps ...but you can live with it...

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you just need to raise the suspension a bit its easy and cheaper.
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Old 29th May 2008, 13:42   #34
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Thanx Mridul,

I dont want to go for 13 inchers now, when I enquired for good tyres in 12 inchers I saw Michelin,145/80 R12 and Bridgestone GIII 165/60 R12, which will be better and does not much affect mileage and handling.


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I agree by raising the suspension you can use 13" inchers ...but the flip side is the handling of the car gets affected a bit..it bounces...u can fit 13" inchers just as stock ...u may face some rubbing when you go over bumps ...but you can live with it...
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@Krazydriver84: This one is for you.. tell me if it has come out as you expected.

Base car: taken from Krazydriver's t-bhp garage.
mods done:full body skirting kit with stock front and rear bumpers, front bumper modified to accommodate mesh grill, stock front grill painted black(middle bee-hive mesh part) and white(surroundings), suzuki badge instead of maruti, black pillars, ORVM black and white finish,moderately smoked headlamps,indicators and rear lamps, rear spoiler, 14" black alloy wheels with silver lip.

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Old 5th June 2008, 13:56   #36
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MAN!


AMAZING! Don't have words to express. She looks HOT!

Now I gotta window shop for these mods.

You ROCK BBS !

You totally ROCK!
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Old 5th June 2008, 14:12   #37
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badboysscad-wow dude,u really amaze me with your work,1 suggestion,kindly avoid that sticker on the windshield,its too loud, a small sticker @ the rear would be classier.
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@Badboy! That's great work! Looks great! We all really appreciate the effort u take to help everyone with your Photoshop skills on many modding threads!
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Old 5th June 2008, 14:27   #39
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man thats one good looking m800(the best i have seen) add the new models front and the rear lights and it looks even hotter
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man thats one good looking m800(the best i have seen) add the new models front and the rear lights and it looks even hotter
Hm personally i feel the new models rear lights aren't anything that great, with that big main circle being the reverse light and stuff...
but yeah the headlights I could consider.

Man could somebdy please provide me some input on how much this mod is gonna burn a hole in my pockets.
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@krazydriver:glad that you liked it dude.

@designation, JayD, manikjeet: thanks a lot bros.

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1 suggestion,kindly avoid that sticker on the windshield,its too loud, a small sticker @ the rear would be classier.
large sticker removed and smaller sticker added.
note:the lettering of the small sticker is sourced from a team-bhp logo that one of our bhpians created long ago.

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Old 5th June 2008, 15:43   #42
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@krazydriver:glad that you liked it dude.

@designation, JayD, manikjeet: thanks a lot bros.



large sticker removed and smaller sticker added.
note:the lettering of the small sticker is sourced from a team-bhp logo that one of our bhpians created long ago.

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I just can't tell you how much I like it.

its just like i have been 'Overhauled'

I mean the PS job is amazing. Hope I can make it look exactly the way you have done it.

The new sticker looks it make all the more better. You ROCK
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Old 6th June 2008, 03:51   #43
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Is it necessary that you need to raise the the front and rear suspensions on a M800 if you are planning to add 13" alloys with 165/65/13 profile tyres. Please advice

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no its not necessary . there will be no problem in front if suspension is good . there may be problem at rear when car is fully loaded
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Old 8th October 2008, 10:16   #45
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Default exotic green !

@badboyscad: could you do a similar photoshop if the colour was exotic green!! i would like to see the colour combos if it was a darker colour!
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