2005 Maruti Suzuki Alto Lx

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2005 Maruti Suzuki Alto Lx
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Engine Misc.:
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Turbocharger & Induction:
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Fuel & Tuning:
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Weight reduction & transfer:
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Suspension, wheels & tires:
  • Bridgestone Potenza GIII 165/60/R13
  • Neo Wheels Alloys 13'' 'Dozen'
  • MGA Power Windows
  • Autoform Walnut/Offwhite U Cheer Seat Covers
  • Rear Spoiler, Fog Lamps, Smoked taillights, De-Badged rear, Chrome Exhaust tip
  • Pioneer 5050 Head Unit
  • 2 x 4" 120w JBL Speakers in front Dash
  • 2 x 6"x9" 300w JBL GTO 938 in enclosure in trunk
  • 1 x 12" 1200w Pioneer Sub-woofer in enclosure in trunk
  • Alpine Amplifier driving sub-woofer only


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Member: Foxbat
Created: 27th March 2010 17:15
Last Modified: 13th February 2011 21:17
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Foxbat I might de-badge it when I get time.......I got Zen type ORVMs, are they any different from internally adjustable ORVM's when viewed from the outside? 19th November 2010
Ramsagar It looks good if you de-badge the rear and also add internal adjustable OVRM's. 19th November 2010
Foxbat Thanks man. Ride quality and handling is much better than the stock tires and steering seems to be sharper. However people used to driving an Alto with stock tires say steering is a bit hard. The right rear wheel sometimes used to touch the wheel wells with 4 or 5 people on board, I got the fenders rolled and the problem seems to be solved. 29th September 2010
Ramsagar Looks really neat. How is the ride with 165/60? is it touching the wheel wells when fully loaded? How is the steering? is it diffult to maneuver with this size 29th September 2010
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