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    Really very grateful for your appreciation. Its given me immense encouragement. I've driven both M/T as well as Prosmatic. If you drive in rushy areas infested with Tongas to Trailer trucks, then go for Prosmatic. If the traffic is moderate and the areas you live in and roam about have moderate traffic, and you travel on motorways then go for M/T. Besides, you won't be able to hold her hand while driving a Manual.
    Remind me t edit the last line, before you show this thread to your dad. Thanks once again.
    Hahahahahahhah!

    That is a drawback indeed BUT, you forget that i'll be holding the hand of my second hottie (Civic) which is good enough!

    I live in Lahore and at times I feel as if I should get an automatic. But then when there is less traffic I think to myself I would be crazy to get an automatic as manual is the love.

    Bas dua karain Fouad bhai, inshaAllah Allah will bless me with a Civic too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jayb View Post
    Bas dua karain Fouad bhai, inshaAllah Allah will bless me with a Civic too.
    Insha Allah you will get one, pretty soon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fouadbakht View Post
    Thanks striker, you got one of my fav nicknames/ID. Keep coming back.
    hmm m also palnng to purchase ths car in grey
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    Quote Originally Posted by striker550 View Post
    hmm m also palnng to purchase ths car in grey
    If you mean "polished metal"? Don't even think once.....Go for it!!
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    For the benefit of other members, some more links to the review/specs/description of DOOP Xenon Kits:

    DOOP HID Xenon Headlight Conversion Kits | Ultra Racing Canada
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    You could read the description below:

    DOOP HID Xenon Headlight Conversion Kits

    Cutting-edge HID Xenon technology featuring 32-bit or 64-bit Digital Signal Processing (DSP) ballasts and FOCUS EYE bulbs are now available through our Online Store. Ultra Racing Canada has secured a Canada-wide distributorship for HID Xenon headlight conversion kits and bulbs from Guangzhou Doop Electronic Co. Ltd. (DOOP) of China with kit prices starting as low as $96CAD. Kits include 2 xenon bulbs, 2 DSP ballasts, wiring and installation instructions.

    Why DOOP?
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    So, dear member, what do you have to say if the seats were made in this color combination. I dont mind if my headrests are not like these and seats are a little different. But I have managed to arrange the cloth which is a look alike almost:


    New Stuff2011 Civic VTi &quotVIPER" -228866 New Stuff2011 Civic VTi &quotVIPER" -228867 New Stuff2011 Civic VTi &quotVIPER" -228868
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    ^^^But the downside is that the seat belts are in beige and the rear panels of the front seats are also in being, which will have to be covered then
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    ^^^But the downside is that the seat belts are in beige and the rear panels of the front seats are also in being, which will have to be covered then
    The Si seats look cool!

    But IMHO, I'd suggest that you stick to beige. Instead of getting everything covered, keep the car in its original colour scheme. And it looks pretty amazing in beige. Why go through the extra hassle?
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    Quote Originally Posted by fouadbakht View Post
    @shozi: I got 25% (complete 4+2+1) in mind, what do you suggest would that be okay or 50%. I think I need to keep a balance here. Don't want a loud mouth coughing and spitting cop dangling over me.
    i think u should go for 50 % it luks great.n i m planing for 100%i hv its
    permit:p

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    Quote Originally Posted by ENGINEERzz View Post
    i think u should go for 50 % it luks great.n i m planing for 100%i hv its
    permit:p
    Yar permit is not the issue, the real problem is driving with that much tint all around you. There are times when you face fog, rain, blackouts, streets without roads, dividers without paint or relectors. The permit comes into play once the cops stop you everywhere, and I dont like to be stopped at every post.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by jayb View Post
    The Si seats look cool!

    But IMHO, I'd suggest that you stick to beige. Instead of getting everything covered, keep the car in its original colour scheme. And it looks pretty amazing in beige. Why go through the extra hassle?
    I'm planning to use the seats with their original fabric but MAY think of custom stitching later. I got my hands on Oriel grade OEM cloth for the seats
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    Yaar seats (interior) saara origional theek hai
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    Quote Originally Posted by shozi123 View Post
    Yaar seats (interior) saara origional theek hai
    Yar wohi karunga insha Allah, just wanted to discuss this before jumping over the cliff. But acha hua ke Honda OEM cloth (high-grade) for Oriel mil gaya. Sambhal k rakhta hun, insha Allah baad mein replace kardunga ya kisi member ko zarurat hui tu.
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    Buddy.. if you need Any help with (Virtually) designing your car.. then let me know.. you will get an aspect of what it will look like before and after
    Give me some sunshine! Give me some rain... give me another chance i wanna grow up once again.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by aqibracer View Post
    Buddy.. if you need Any help with (Virtually) designing your car.. then let me know.. you will get an aspect of what it will look like before and after
    Yar naiki aur pooch pooch?? ASAP buddy ASAP
    Would like to see it with MODULO side skirts, slightly lowered and tinted windows
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    Aye aye Captain!

    im on it...
    Give me some sunshine! Give me some rain... give me another chance i wanna grow up once again.....

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    Hi fouad bhai..
    I have just bought VTI prosmetic in Polished Metal... The rims u have installed are outclass...I wanna same rims....I have searched a lot but couldnt find in ISB...Kindly Please advise me...and tell me the price....
    Regards..

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    and please tell me ..Is thr any differance of COMFORT if i go for 16'' alloys..

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    Quote Originally Posted by fouadbakht View Post
    Well, the Xenon portion of the Viper Project has been transformed into a trailer. Hope you guys like it. A public apology to the professional video editors, "I'm an amateur". Thanks

    Nice movie the only thing I am missing is the detailed photo shoot of "Viper" in open space

    many congratzzz!!!!
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    @fouadbakht,
    Take The Seat belts Out And Give It To The Cloth Dyer and Tell Him To Dye the belts In Black Color,Then they Will look greyish but will Match Your Seat covers.
    Or Go For Beige Cloth For Seats!
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