My New Modified Suzuki Swift VDi


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My New Swift VDi

I got it a month back and then went under the process of installing the

GTi Body Kit

15" HRS Alloys Wheels

Yokohama Performance Tires

F+R Lights

Front Angel Eyes with 6000K Bi-Xenon Hid Kit in projectors
Fogs 8000K Hid Kit Simple
Rear Led Stop lights

Sound System with Woofer

1 1500 Watt Woofer JBL
1 Two Channel Amplifier JBL for Woofer Control
1 Four Channel Amplifier JBL for the Speakers
2 Hammer Speakers Pioneer in the Back
2 JBL Front Door Speakers with Tutors

Will Soon Update the pics for the lights

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Hey Karan, This baby is looking absolutely hot!! Wow, the entire modification work looks so sporty, truly its just looking awesome! The body kit and the new Lights does really add some glittering stars to the beauty although double barrel headlights would have added much more shine and would make it truly feature rich, IMO:) Anyways, this white Angel is a definite head turner, see if you can get LED turn indicators in the side rear view mirors[thumbsup]
 
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excellent job Karan. Though the rims should a bit bigger and of a more bold design, otherwise it is mindblowing!
 
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Nice setup & you own a greater ride Karan.

Just few cents, if you have opted for Low profile tyres with 16" rims it would have been just awesome!!

But ride quality will be poor in that, Kudos for getting this nice mahine.
 
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Thank you all for your comments

type-r and zinam : the reason why i poted for 15" rims is cause here where i live the roads are pretty bumpy and have pot holes in it so didn't wanted to damage the rim as well as i go off road a too but not to the extremes...

Any ways Thanks for your Comments Guys...!

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really nice machine man, congratulations, i think u could have opted for low profile with 5 spoke alloys of chrome, they would have been good too, and this current ones aren't bad too. Cheers!!!
 
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Cool work man,

Almost all swift modifiers select this bumper model from us.. Its refered as swift sportz model , some refer as gti

15 incher is best suited for swift , regarding daily usage of cars.
 
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I liked the blackened out parts in front and rear, also the headlamps. Great job. Only alloys are bit jazzy for me( young guys will like it though :) )
 
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Nicely modified car,and the work looks pretty neat.
A small suggestion from my side would be to debadge at the rear and if you like re-badging,then go for badges/sticker as "Swift Sport" or "Swift "GTi".
 
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Wow! Best swift mod i have even seen, wish i will make my swift like this one day :P

I found everything perfect in your mod except the door guards :|
 
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Hey karan your ride is looking awesome!
Just add a sports badge in the rear and a nice spoiler if you want and thats it.
BTW can you please share the total money semt on this mod; just for knowledge.
 
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Thanks For your comments guys
Ill soon be re-badging it and the total cost for all of the mods were approx 110,000 bucks. and yea ill soon be updating this thead with those rear and front lights lit up
 
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