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    Some photos up to page 200 need restoration. InshaAllah, they will be restored in due course.



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    Owing to some technical issues, the following index is being updated and InshaAllah will be fully synchronized soon.
    Index

    1. Laadli's Tyre Pressure Monitoring System [page 1~2]
    2. Laadli prepares for the summer season [page 4]
    3. Re-alignment of Laadli’s side mouldings [page 5]
    4. Laadli’s Cabin Filter replaced [page 5]
    5. Laadli's Registration Plate got damaged [page 5]
    6. Laadli’s seat belt covers installed [page 5]
    7. Laadli’s 20K service at Toyota [page 5~6]
    8. Laadli’s ECU cover installed [page 6]
    9. Laadli’s missing bumper clips replaced [page 6]
    10. Laadli’s bumper underside retouched [page 6]
    11. Laadli’s new registration plates [page 6~7]
    12. Laadli’s back garnish replaced [page 7]
    13. Laadli’s Cutie Sixy Sixy sticker [page 7]
    14. Laadli at “Beauty Parlour” [page 10~11]
    15. Laadli’s Tyre Pressure and battery electrolyte checked [page 11]
    16. Laadli’s twin JBL subs in custom fibreglass enclosures [page 11]
    17. Laadli’s emergency light [page 11]
    18. Laadli’s Kenwood Amp [page 11]
    19. Laadli’s neatly installed Kenwood 718 speakers [page 11]
    20. Laadli’s Pioneer D1720C component speakers [page 12]
    21. Laadli’s DVD/ Navigation Head Unit [page 12]
    22. Laadli’s rear view camera [page 12]
    23. Laadli’s cigarette lighter power sockets with USB support [page 12]
    24. Laadli’s plans to go high-tech … IPad, Wifi, sound processor discussed [page 12~14]
    25. Laadli’s CNG issues [page 14]
    26. Laadli’s trunk lid lining installed [page 14]
    27. Laadli attends PakWheels Motor Show 20th March 2011 [page 18~19]
    28. Laadli’s photo-session by Madhouse12 [page 19~20]
    29. Laadli’s photos by Abdullah Abid [page 22]
    30. Laadli gets a steering lock [page 24]
    31. Laadli gets retractable side mirrors [page 25]
    32. Laadli gets new foot lights and trunk lights [page 25]
    33. Laadli attends PakWheels Islamabad Audio Chapter’s dinner 6th April 2011 [page 27]
    34. Laadli gets unwanted attention from a bird [page 39]
    35. How to get rid of mist on the windscreen [page 46]
    36. Laadli's Rear Doors get Component Speakers [Part 1] [page 47~58]
    37. Laadli's Rear Doors get Component Speakers [Part 2] [page 63~64]
    38. Laadli's Rear Doors get Component Speakers [Part 3] [page 65~75]
    39. Laadli's Front Doors get Component Speakers [page 75~77]
    40. Laadli gets Kenwood KSC 7702 3-way speaker system [page83]
    41. Laadli is getting two units of Soundstream Ref Series 800.4 Amps [page 84)
    42. Laadli received her new toys ... 2 X Soundstream Ref Series 800.4 Amps [page 88-90]
    43. Laadli's trunk layout for audio system discussed [page 93-97]
    44. Madhouse checks out decibel meter [page 99~100]
    45. Market survey for batteries [page 100]
    46. Laadli's trunk layout for audio system discussed [page 100~104]
    47. Laadli's sound deadening completed [page 105]
    48. Laadli's first Soundstream Amp installed [page 105~106]
    49a. Laadli's trunk plan under implementation [page 110~120]
    49b. Laadli's trunk plan under implementation [page 121~130]
    49c. Laadli's trunk plan under implementation [page 131~140]
    49d. Laadli's trunk plan under implementation [page 141~150]

    49e. Laadli's trunk plan under implementation [page 151~160]
    49f. Laadli's trunk plan under implementation [page 161~170]
    49g. Laadli's trunk plan under implementation [page 171~180]
    49h. Laadli's trunk plan under implementation [page 181~184]
    49h*. Laadli's trunk plan under implementation [page 185~190 ]
    49i. Laadli's trunk plan under implementation [page 191~200]
    49j. Laadli's trunk plan under implementation [page 201~212]
    50. Laadli gets a new ashtray [page 267~268]
    51. Laadli front Hertz tweeters re-installed [page 268~270]
    52. Laadli's rear view camera gets a roadside fix [page 270]
    53. Laadli's audio system wiring stuff purchase [page 275~276] and [page 278~279]
    54. Laadli gets a rear screen sun screen as gift [page 279]
    55. Laadli's capacitor and battery terminals ordered [page 279]
    56. Laadli's Guess and Win Contest [page 281]
    57. Laadli's capacitor, distribution block, battery size, wire gauge. - Technical terms explained [page 282]
    58. Laadli's front doors Dynamatted [page 301~309]
    59. Laadli's cabin and rear doors Dynamatted [page 309~314]
    60. Laadli's New Toys... Twin Pioneer W12PRS Subs received [page 328~330]
    61. Laadli's Trunk Lid Dynamatted [page 332~333]

    62. Laadli's Rear Fenders Dynamatted Dynamatted [page 334~336]

    63. Laadli's SS amps get new vented Plexiglass covers [page 337~339]

    64. Laadli's Stinger 150 Ampere Circuit Breaker arrives [page 343]

    65. Laadli's Subwoofer Enclosures Dynamatted

    66. Laadli's new twin Pioneer W12PRS subwoofers installed

    67. Laadli's First Birthday wishes from friends and uncles

    68. Laadli's First Birthday Gift- Nikon D5100 and complete accessories
    69. Laadli's Capacitor and terminals arrive in Saudi Arabia - photos [page 360~361]

    70. Laadli's Birthday Gift- Nikon D5100 unboxing photoshoot - [page 361~ 364 ]

    71. Laadli's
    Birthday Gift- Nikon D5100 - First photos .. [page 365~366]
    72. Laadli's "Guess and Win Contest" ... [page366~367] ^^^^Won by Mani1^^^^

    73. Laadlis new Focal 165v30 Component Speakers purchased [page 368~369]

    74. Laadli gets a new trunk lid liner [page 369~370]

    75. Laadli's New French Babes have a photosession [page 373~374]

    76. Laadli's New Stinger products arrive [page 374]
    77. Laadli attends Annual Audio GTG at Kallar Kahar, June 19, 2011 [page 376~388]

    78. Annual Audio GTG at Kallar Kahar, June 19, 2011- Photos by Versatile Genius [page 391~ 396]
    79. Laadli's sub enclosures get new polyester lining [page 400~ 401]
    80. Laadli's rear deck speakers' isolation boxes under preparation [page 402~ 403]
    81. Laadli's audio system wiring upgrade done on 18th June 2011 [page 405~ 415]
    82. Laadli's Italian Beauties on rear deck get their separate bedrooms [page 416~418 ]
    83. Laadli's trunk set up improvement and installation of fans [page 423~426 ]
    84. Laadli gets a new head unit, digital sound processor and center channel speaker [page 443~446 ]
    85. Laadli's new audio goodies installed [page 451~458 ]
    86.
    Laadli's new Pioneer Steering Wheel Control Unit [page 463~466]
    87. Laadli's experiment with new Pioneer Bluetooth Adapter and installation of LCD Head Rests [page 466~472]
    88. Laadli's trunk set up gets new LED super-silent fans, LED lights, and temperature sensor [page 474~475]
    89. Laadli's new Pioneer speakers 6975V2, Temp sensors, fans, etc. installed [page 478~484]
    90. Laadli's Video and Photo-shoot by Versatile Genius at Bani Gala [page 489~492]
    91. Antique Bikes at Rock Bistro [page 496~499]
    92. Laadli's JBL T696 unboxing and installation [page 505~508]
    93. Laadli gets her new sealed MF battery [page 522~523]
    94. Laadli's Registration book finally received [page 523]
    95. Laadli's JBL MS8 Digital Sound Processor arrives [page 536~541]
    96. Laadli's JBL MS8 Digital Sound Processor installation [page 548~556]
    97. Laadli gets a powered curtain and MS-8 relocated [page 559~563]
    98. Laadli's V30 components get tweeter pods - Little DIY[page 566~571]


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    Project "Laadli" - My Toyota Corolla GLi 2010 - 6020750093 136642bf4c b

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    I just saw your DIY thread ...

    How do you compare the flexing between MDF and the Plexiglass sheet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by madhouse12 View Post
    aala purchase. i am looking for a flashlight for my nikon d5000. any suggestions anyone?
    Nikon D5100 When To Use Flash

    <small>June 14th, 2011 | No Comments | Tips </small>
    Camera flash units are often considered to be the tool we use to take pictures in dim spaces and rooms. Flash can be used just that way, but there is much more to camera flash beyond just tossing a bucket of light onto a scene.
    Photography is all about light. When photographers look at a scene they can decide to add light, subtract it, modify it or accept everything as it is. Sometimes these choices are made for practical reasons, other times for creative purposes.
    The most common lighting issue facing a photographer is too little light for proper exposure and camera flash is the most available tool used to add more light. We have all experienced this in the past whether we use a compact camera or a D5100. The built-in flash on our compact cameras will automatically fire if there isn’t enough light; we get the same behavior on our Nikon D5100 if the camera is set to the Green Zone (easy) mode.
    To use our flash units for greatest effect the D5100 must be set to a creative mode and not an easy mode. In the easy modes (Green, Portrait, Sports, Scenic, Macro etc.) the camera retains full control of the flash and the photographer cannot force the flash to fire. If the camera is set for a creative mode (Program, Shutter – Tv, Aperture – Av, or Manual) the photographer has full control over the flash firing still with automatic exposure.
    Flash not only adds light to a dark scene it can also add light to remove shadows in a bright scene. The most common example of this is a portrait outdoors. If the subject is standing outdoors and we take a shot without flash we will notice dark pockets of shadow under the chin and nose plus the eyes will be in shadow too. This is because there is too much contrast in the scene.
    In our example, the subject’s cheeks and forehead are lit with the full light of the sun yet the brow ridge, nose and chin cast shadows on the face and neck. The difference between the brightly lit forehead and the darker pockets over the eyes is the contrast range of the scene. If we expose for the eyes the rest of the face will be so overexposed it will be white and without detail. The only option is to reduce the amount of contrast in the scene.
    By adding camera flash to the scene we illuminate the dark pockets over the eyes and under the chin and nose. The subject’s eyes come to life because the flash adds catch-lights and sparkle to the eyes.
    It is a good practice to always use flash when photographing people – indoors or out. About the only exception is when the flash output would disturb a candid moment. The reduction in contrast is flattering and the results are much more pleasing. So our first use for flash other than to add light to a dark scene is to use flash to reduce contrast in portraits.
    Flash can also add light at an angle which can help reveal texture. This isn’t usually possible with the built-in flash of a Nikon D5100, but with an accessory camera flash used off-camera and to one side the results can be stunning.
    Flash that is used off-camera still needs to have a connection back to the camera so that it knows when to fire and how much light it needs to supply. Most cameras and flash units can be connected for off-camera use by using a flash sync cord.
    Our second instance when flash should be used is when we need to reveal the texture of the subject.
    We have discussed two good reasons to use camera flash for more than just adding light to a dark scene. Using flash for people pictures will always be beneficial and using off-camera flash is useful when we need to show the texture of a subject. There are many more opportunities to use flash with the Nikon D5100 to improve our images. Start with these two and refine your flash skills, then branch out and learn more, perhaps about multiple flash lighting techniques. After a while you’ll begin to appreciate just how versatile camera flash is as a photographic tool.


    Nikon D5100 When To Use Flash | Nikon D5100 Price

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    It seems the best one from Nikon is SB-900

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    Nikon | Imaging Products | SB-900

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    aala purchase. i am looking for a flashlight for my nikon d5000. any suggestions anyone?

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    SB-900

    Key Features


    • Multi-step auto zoom covers wide 17-200mm zoom range (24-105mm:SB-800)
    • Three illumination patterns (standard, center-weighted and even) are available to match each shooting environment
    • Automatically detects Nikon FX and Nikon DX formats and selects suitable light distribution
    • Improved booster circuit for high-speed recycle time: Recycle time using four AA-size batteries is almost equal to the SB-800 with five AA-size batteries
    • New AF-Assist illumination covers a wide 20-105 mm focal range compatible with the new Multi-CAM3500 FX/DX AF sensor
    • Firmware update via Nikon D3 and D700 is possible (world's first*)
    • Thermal Cut-out function limits the number of flashes to avoid deterioration of light emitting parts caused by continuous flash firing
    • Automatically detects color filters (fluorescent or incandescent), enabling camera to control color temperature according to filter information from SB-900
    • Optional Water Guard WG-AS1 (for D3), WG-AS2 (for D300), and WG-AS3 (for D700) is useful for protecting the camera's hot shoe contact when the SB-900 is mounted on these Nikon digital SLR cameras


    • *<del>The world's first flash unit firmware update function via a digital SLR camera as of July 1, 2008.</del> The latest firmware can be downloaded from our website to a memory card and SB-900 firmware updated while mounted on a Nikon digital-SLR camera with the memory card inseted. According to research conducted by NIKON CORPORATION as of July 1, 2008. (Revised on July 10, 2008)


    Specifications

    <table class="table-A01-group"> <tbody> <tr class="table-A01-first-row"> <th class="first-cell">Electronic construction
    </th> <td class="last-cell">Automatic Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor (IGBT) and series circuitry
    </td> </tr> <tr> <th class="first-cell">Guide number (20°C/68°F)
    </th> <td class="last-cell">34/111.5 (ISO 100, m/ft), 48/157.5 (ISO 200, m/ft)
    </td> </tr> <tr> <th class="first-cell">Illumination pattern
    </th> <td class="last-cell">Three illumination patterns: standard, even and center-weighted The light distribution angle is automatically adjusted to the camera's image area in both FX and DX formats
    </td> </tr> <tr> <th class="first-cell">Flash shooting distance range
    </th> <td class="last-cell">0.6 m to 20 m (2 to 66 ft) (varies depending on camera image area setting, illumination pattern, ISO sensitivity, zoom position, and lens aperture)
    </td> </tr> <tr> <th class="first-cell">Flash mode
    </th> <td class="last-cell">TTL, Auto Aperture flash, Non-TTL auto flash, Distance-priority manual flash, Manual flash, Repeating flash
    </td> </tr> <tr> <th class="first-cell">Other functions
    </th> <td class="last-cell">Test firing, monitor pre-flashes, AF-assist illuminator, and Modeling illuminator
    </td> </tr> <tr> <th class="first-cell">Multiple flash operation
    </th> <td class="last-cell">Advanced Wireless Lighting, SU-4 type wireless multiple flash
    </td> </tr> <tr> <th class="first-cell">Compatible cameras
    </th> <td class="last-cell">All cameras compatible with Nikon Creative Lighting System (other cameras can be used but functionality is reduced)
    </td> </tr> <tr> <th class="first-cell">Flash exposure control set on the camera
    </th> <td class="last-cell">Camera's sync modes: Slow-sync, Red-eye reduction in slow-sync, Rear-curtain sync, Rear-curtain slow-sync
    </td> </tr> <tr> <th class="first-cell">Bounce capability
    </th> <td class="last-cell">Flash head tilts down to -7° or up to 90° with click-stops at -7°, 0°, 45°, 60°, 75°, 90° Flash head rotates horizontally 180° to the left and right with click-stops at 0°, 30°, 60°, 90°, 120°, 150°, 180°
    </td> </tr> <tr> <th class="first-cell">Power source
    </th> <td class="last-cell">Four AA-size alkaline-manganese (1.5V), lithium (1.5V), Oxyride (1.5V) or Ni-MH (2600 mAh) (rechargeable) (1.2V) batteries
    </td> </tr> <tr> <th class="first-cell">Ready light
    </th> <td class="last-cell">The SB-900 is fully recycled: Rear ready-light lights up and front light blinks Insufficient light for correct exposure (in i-TTL, Auto Aperture flash, Non-TTL Auto flash, or Distance-priority manual flash operations): ready-lights and front lights blink after shooting
    </td> </tr> <tr> <th class="first-cell">Flash duration
    </th> <td class="last-cell">Approx. 1/880 sec. at full output
    </td> </tr> <tr> <th class="first-cell">Mounting foot lock lever
    </th> <td class="last-cell">Provides secure attachment of SB-900 to camera's accessory shoe using locking plate and mount pin to prevent accidental detachment.
    </td> </tr> <tr> <th class="first-cell">Dimensions (W x H x D)
    </th> <td class="last-cell">Approx. 78.0 x146.0 x 118.5 mm (3.0 x 5.7 x 4.7 in.)
    </td> </tr> <tr> <th class="first-cell">Weight (without batteries)
    </th> <td class="last-cell">Approx. 415 g (14.6 oz.)
    </td> </tr> <tr class="table-A01-last-row"> <th class="first-cell">Supplied accessories
    </th> <td class="last-cell">Speedlight Stand AS-21, Nikon Diffusion Dome SW-13H, Color Filter Set SJ-900, Color Filter Holder SZ-2, Soft Case SS-900
    </td> </tr> </tbody> </table>

    • *These performance specifications are applicable when fresh batteries are used at normal temperature (20°C/68°F). Specifications and design are subject to change without notice.
    • *Oxyride Battery is a registered trademark of Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. Products and brand names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.
    • *Specifications and equipment are subject to change without any notice or obligation on the part of the manufacturer. July 2008

    Nikon | Imaging Products | SB-900

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    Actually i am looking for a flash to make studio lights as i have to do a couple of product shoots and a boutique shoot. For indoors so will be needing a flash gun. My next diy will be a home made soft box and strobes
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    In that case, let's wait and see what you come up with ..

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    Actually i am looking for a flash to make studio lights as i have to do a couple of product shoots and a boutique shoot. For indoors so will be needing a flash gun. My next diy will be a home made soft box and strobes

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    I'd rather go for a cheaper Polaroid or sunpak flash as tje nikon flashes are too expensive
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    I suggest you visit Lahore for a day .. Nisbat Road should provide you ample selection options

    Quote Originally Posted by madhouse12 View Post
    I'd rather go for a cheaper Polaroid or sunpak flash as tje nikon flashes are too expensive

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    @askhokhasir... sir great thread .. i must say this is one of the most interesting thread on pakwheels ..

    very good car with a lovely mods and very nice explination and photos !!!
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    Excellent & one of the best thread on pakwheels. Keep it up ashok khokar. Im gonna b ur thread silent member.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Inamkhan1 View Post
    Excellent & one of the best thread on pakwheels. Keep it up ashok khokar. Im gonna b ur thread silent member.

    its not ashok khokhar buddy and why be a silent member? why not share ur experience and suggestions here?
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    with due apologies

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    Oh my bad. askhokar . I love to participate in discussion . Happy now madhouse12?

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    Quote Originally Posted by versatilegenious View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bilalicious View Post
    Oh my GOD...where can i get this monster from?!!
    Rendezvous, Islamabad.
    The more I get to know people, the more I like my dog!

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    Quote Originally Posted by madhouse12 View Post
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    Lyrics are direct attack on Ladli but video is direct attack on madhouse's ride
    My dear ALLAH when I loose hope, help me to remember that Your love is greater than my disappointment and Your plans for my life are better than my Dreams.

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    Quote Originally Posted by madhouse12 View Post
    with due apologies
    Apologies can be accepted but some posts are . . . . . errr
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    "The eternal mystery of the world is its comprehensibility. The fact that it is comprehensible is a miracle." (Albert Einstein)

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    Quote Originally Posted by istafa111 View Post
    Rendezvous, Islamabad.
    and what do they call this on the menu card?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bilalicious View Post
    and what do they call this on the menu card?
    I think it is Rendezvous Special Burger. VG can confirm.
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