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Old 3rd November 2011, 17:23   #166
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Now that my friend looks hot. Please don't do anything now I think its looking great like this.
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Old 3rd November 2011, 17:57   #167
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Vigneshram, whether you have gone for YOKO C drive Stock tire size or gone for any higher profile? How do you feel the after upgrading the tires with YOKO C drive? Where U brought the tires for your car at Chennai? If possible can you share the price?
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Old 4th November 2011, 16:40   #168
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Vignesh ,now the car looks stunning. Better you debadge rear end ,then yours will be one of the best and hottest Punto around also remove the abarth sticker and fix the abarth logo instead of fiat logo.
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Vignesh ,now the car looks stunning. Better you debadge rear end ,then yours will be one of the best and hottest Punto around also remove the abarth sticker and fix the abarth logo instead of fiat logo.
I ve already removed the abarth sticker and i have replaced the FIAT logos with abarth ones.Also i ve removed the Dynamic badge and have put a ESSESSE decal there.

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Vigneshram, whether you have gone for YOKO C drive Stock tire size or gone for any higher profile? How do you feel the after upgrading the tires with YOKO C drive? Where U brought the tires for your car at Chennai? If possible can you share the price?
I paid 4.8k per tyre.balancing and nitrogen was free,they also gave me BT handsfree as a gift.I bought it with a new tyre shop here in PORUR by name Padmavathi tyres.They are YOKO authorised dealers.I love the amazing grip in wet roads offered by C drives.

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Old 5th November 2011, 22:09   #170
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@Vigneshram. For the love of experimenting!. Wow. Well I dont mean 'Wow' for the car, but wow after seeing the change it has gone through. Some for the good (well only now) and more for the worse.

But have to say in its most recent Avatar, it looks good and please let it stay that way.
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Old 24th August 2012, 19:12   #171
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Does anybody know where can i buy the metal pedals for my Fiat Punto? I like the ones that come on the new Sports model but I am sure there are better and more reputed brands in India.
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Old 2nd September 2012, 08:46   #172
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punto with lowered suspension an 17inch wheels

Punto with lowered suspension and 17inch wheels

one more pic of the lowered punto

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Old 2nd September 2012, 11:12   #173
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Does anybody know where can i buy the metal pedals for my Fiat Punto? I like the ones that come on the new Sports model but I am sure there are better and more reputed brands in India.
Sparco ones are available in most accessory shops, not sure about the price.
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Old 3rd September 2012, 10:33   #174
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one more pic of the lowered punto
What a amazing piece of Italian magnificence! A great job done modifying it! Looks Simple, subtle and drop dead gorgeous!
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one more pic of the lowered punto
Looks nice! Would have loved to see the wheels from the side! Did you get it painted? And I see a KL registration, man - you are killing your car with lowered suspension!

I don't like the n_p_l_s (?) on the bonnet though!

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My Modified Punto:...

Racing Stripes + Pin Stripes...
Loved everything except the narrow stripes. Guess the car will look better with a wider stripe. I have seen a red palio in Bangalore with white "wide" stripes, looked really great!

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Guys how good are HRS alloys compared to Samurai?
I like the design on the red Punto, somehow feel that the finish is NOT great! Is this actually an OEM product [which is fitted on the Punto]?

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...all credits to retro rides for this amazing job.

answers to any of your queries is just a PM away
Guess this is the BEST punto mod on this thread! Very very clean and compliments the car a lot!

Edit:: I believe those red wheels would look smokin HOT on a black Punto!

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Punto with lowered suspension and 17inch wheels
Wow, that looks terrific! Exceptionally good.
Except maybe for the things(?) on the hood.
By the way, are those alloys 98 pcd?
And I know this is rhetorical, but how's the ride quality with such low profile tyres and the lowered suspension?
And how do you manage to clear the bumps and gutters on our roads with those skirts plus suspension?
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well the punto has the best suspension in a hatchback available in the Indian market so lowering it will not hamper the ride quality. The dynamics of the car has vastly improved and it has a go kart feel.

well this is one more pic of the car.

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Old 5th September 2012, 00:15   #178
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Hi TBhpians,

I am planning to buy Aluminium pedals to my Punto ,please advice which will fit my Fiat punto 2012 1.3 MJD multijet.

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Hi TBhpians,

I am planning to buy Aluminium pedals to my Punto ,please advice which will fit my Fiat punto 2012 1.3 MJD multijet.

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Hey msvg, I am not sure which part of India/World you currently at since you have probably listed "All the Places" below your handle bro !!


Just in case you are in & around Bangalore, I would advise you to have a look at Prerana Motors (hope I got the name right), opposite to Christ College.

I happened to accompany a friend who wanted to look for a T-Jet last weekend and found such Pedals on display, which apparently, were "Add-on Accessories".

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well the punto has the best suspension in a hatchback available in the Indian market so lowering it will not hamper the ride quality. The dynamics of the car has vastly improved and it has a go kart feel.
That's a brilliant photo! Nice work. Two Fiat hatches in the same household? You must be the local TATA/FIAT dealer's best friend!
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