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Old 27-09-2017, 12:00 AM   #946
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Yes bro noted

But iroad to expensive for me.
Was thinking visit sheng auto see they go other camera on a lower range.

I just got a reply from sheng auto that iroad is about 1030-1300 RM
Depending ON MOdel and installtion works.

So any other Brands is good ?

Do you guys install LED Headlights ? Are they approved by LTA Or will TP stop?

Anybody know where is BTS workshop at Bukit Indah
They do what services.
I'm using xiaomi yi camera, cheap and good if there's budget constraints.

LED headlights are not approved by LTA unless it comes stock with the car.

BTS at bukit indah is for spray painting.
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Old 27-09-2017, 09:03 AM   #947
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Thanks bro.

Thinking to get secondhand iroad from carousell and I stall in jb.
Iroad wifi good what version for now should I buy?

Thanks all for help.
Saw in carousell brand new about 200-300
For front and rear.
Sorry bro, am not familiar with Iroad. Any bro here can help?
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Old 27-09-2017, 09:05 AM   #948
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Yes bro noted

But iroad to expensive for me.
Was thinking visit sheng auto see they go other camera on a lower range.

I just got a reply from sheng auto that iroad is about 1030-1300 RM
Depending ON MOdel and installtion works.

So any other Brands is good ?

Do you guys install LED Headlights ? Are they approved by LTA Or will TP stop?

Anybody know where is BTS workshop at Bukit Indah
They do what services.
Thinkware, Blackvue.
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Old 27-09-2017, 10:22 AM   #949
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Go to the other thread discussion on in car camera.

If possible try to install in sg and quickly go do it now before some lousy PHV bang into you

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Old 02-10-2017, 09:16 PM   #950
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where can change wheel bearing? i got my parts
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Old 02-10-2017, 09:18 PM   #951
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YS Motorsports or LCH Brothers
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Old 02-10-2017, 09:55 PM   #952
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how long to change the lower arm bush ?

how about for rear bearing pair?
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Old 03-10-2017, 07:56 AM   #953
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how long to change the lower arm bush ?

how about for rear bearing pair?
Change is quite fast. Can be done within an hour. But will need to depend on the crowd as well. YS has its usual crowd, LCR maybe less of a crowd. You can go on the weekends to LCR since you already have your parts. Control arm bush and bearing will need a pneumatic bearing press to push it off the hub/arm. Other than that, no need any other special tool. I have done it at YS before. LCR should have it as well.
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Change is quite fast. Can be done within an hour. But will need to depend on the crowd as well. YS has its usual crowd, LCR maybe less of a crowd. You can go on the weekends to LCR since you already have your parts. Control arm bush and bearing will need a pneumatic bearing press to push it off the hub/arm. Other than that, no need any other special tool. I have done it at YS before. LCR should have it as well.
Done it at LCH. Thereabout within an hour.
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how long to change the lower arm bush ?

how about for rear bearing pair?
Bushing took less than 30 mins. Done mine a few mths back

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Change is quite fast. Can be done within an hour. But will need to depend on the crowd as well. YS has its usual crowd, LCR maybe less of a crowd. You can go on the weekends to LCR since you already have your parts. Control arm bush and bearing will need a pneumatic bearing press to push it off the hub/arm. Other than that, no need any other special tool. I have done it at YS before. LCR should have it as well.
Lol you mean LCH right? LCR is Lion City Rental?
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Old 04-10-2017, 12:42 PM   #957
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Sorry LCH.
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Old 04-10-2017, 04:10 PM   #958
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Ride : avante

All OEM parts

Absorber front x2
Absorber link x2
Absorber mounting x2
Brake pad front left and right

RM900
Inclusive Labour and gst

Reasonable?
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Ride : avante

All OEM parts

Absorber front x2
Absorber link x2
Absorber mounting x2
Brake pad front left and right

RM900
Inclusive Labour and gst

Reasonable?
Absorber what brand?
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Absorber what brand?

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