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Old 11th March 2010, 16:49   #31
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I am looking forward to the final product.
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Old 19th March 2010, 13:12   #32
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hi,
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Old 26th March 2010, 12:31   #33
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@Sanjeev, what meters are you using please, they look great.

Any updates on the progress.

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Old 29th March 2010, 19:59   #34
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Old 29th March 2010, 21:12   #35
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@sanjeev: What brand are those alloys? where did you buy them? can i have the address or contact details of the shop please?
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Old 29th March 2010, 22:35   #36
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@Sanjeev, what meters are you using please, they look great.

Any updates on the progress.

Cheers!
thanks shiv. those meters were acutally an altered stock meter installed inside a round stainless steel enclosure and powder coated. the edges were left as it is to show the chrome trims.Also, blue led ligths were fixed inside the speedo till 100 km/hr and red above the 100 km scale. the fuel gauges were also altered in a similar way.

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@sanjeev: What brand are those alloys? where did you buy them? can i have the address or contact details of the shop please?
hi,
The rims are original BMW rims purchased from Qatar. It cost me around 28 k for 4 rims. it was shipped to india by sea at an approx freight charges of Rs 50 per kg and a duty of rs 500 per each rim was paid at the indian customs. Recently due to some problems in Indian customs, they are not allowing to import any alloys for the time being. however, we may hope that the curb will be lifted soon!!
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Old 30th March 2010, 00:49   #37
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The alloys look awesome. But somehow i feel the conti looks under tyred. A suitable up-size should have been considered before taking the plunge. BTW when is the work going to be completed ? Cant wait to see the finished product. Good Luck!
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Old 30th March 2010, 01:29   #38
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Ummm, sanjeev, are you sure they're original BMW alloys? They don't look like that to me. Also, if they're original won't they be having the BMW logo on them? And even in the gulf, you don't get "original" BMW alloys that cheap. Correct me if im wrong.
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Old 30th March 2010, 13:42   #39
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The alloys look awesome. But somehow i feel the conti looks under tyred. A suitable up-size should have been considered before taking the plunge. BTW when is the work going to be completed ? Cant wait to see the finished product. Good Luck!
The rims are 15" and the tyres are 190 50 R 15

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Ummm, sanjeev, are you sure they're original BMW alloys? They don't look like that to me. Also, if they're original won't they be having the BMW logo on them? And even in the gulf, you don't get "original" BMW alloys that cheap. Correct me if im wrong.
They are original indeed, but used. Also the logos are safe under the HM sticker which i had put over them. I dont want to show off the BMW logo and let's be desi-I mean Hindustani. You may see more logos of HM on the car body later.

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The alloys look awesome. But somehow i feel the conti looks under tyred. A suitable up-size should have been considered before taking the plunge. BTW when is the work going to be completed ? Cant wait to see the finished product. Good Luck!
On second thought -i feel that you have judged the size by my Photo .but, please watch the image closely and you may see that the whole thing is on a jack and the tyres are not on the ground.So 15" is good enough right???

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Old 28th April 2010, 22:33   #40
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hi,
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Sanjeev, progress looks good. Congrats. Can you post some pics of what the car looks like now? Also, what tail lights do you intend to use? I somehow like the rear end.
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What size are those alloys? arent they looking skinny with the wheel arcs in place?
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man your conty is turning out really well , waiting to see the final set of pics . congrats
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Old 1st May 2010, 16:42   #44
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hi,
I am facing a problem with fixing the stock dash into the vehicle. At present, the car is having a modified dash installed by the previous owner. There are no alterations done by them while fixing the existing (modified)dash.Still, we are not able to fix the stock dash and i would appreciate if anybody can help me with some stock dash photos and any installation pictures or guides if available
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I am facing a problem with fixing the stock dash into the vehicle. At present, the car is having a modified dash installed by the previous owner. There are no alterations done by them while fixing the existing (modified)dash.Still, we are not able to fix the stock dash and i would appreciate if anybody can help me with some stock dash photos and any installation pictures or guides if available
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Here you go Sanjeev.I am sure you can read the drawing.
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