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Projection Headlights, SatNav In-dash system, & Wheels

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Hi Guys. We manufacture Electric Vehicles in India (High speed Electric

Motorcycles and small utility in-door/outdoor scooters.)

Recently We have also started the following products:

1.) Bi-xenon 2.6" and 3" Projection conversion for ANY CAR Headlights, (Both RH and LH Drive) -

2.) Exhaust Mufflers- Aluminum, Stainless Steel, Carbon Fiber, Single Tip, Twin tip, and a lot more options,

3.) In-Dash SatNav system, compatible to your car. (Check pics below) This system includes Bluetooth connectivity for phone audio (Hands free) SatNav with Maps, Dvd playback, USB, Memory card reader, photo viewer, etc. The System hooks up to the Car's Can Bus system and also performs primary functions.

4.) Air filters: Cotton filters (like K&n) available in various sizes (Universal fitment) with special silicon piping for cold air intakes. Stock Replacement box filters.

More products coming up. I am starting up a new brand for these above products, The formalities are in progress, once I have set everything, I will post again with 'CRUZE Exclusive' Parts.

All our products are very economical and have 18 months to 2 years international warranty (depends on product).

For now Please comment on my pics below. This is my Cruze (Yes I love the Car). :D
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danngg. those projectors are nice. how easy/hard are they to install? the satnav system looks pretty cool too.
 

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not a fan of those lights, look to tacky in my opinion
Sir, these lights are not for looks. They have an excellent focus and lovely low and high beam. Projectors are compulsory in many places now. On low beam you get light as much as on high beam due to its concentration and low wastage, WITHOUT annoying the opposing car's driver. And its excellent on flash (High beam pass) as there is no need for a second filament to light up. Just a small metal piece uncovers the necessary lens area.
 

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I just would not connect the halo's cause those should seriously stay on BMW's. But i like how they headlights look, with the projection. Looks like eyes on a car lol.

How much is the sat nav btw?
Sat Nav + Bluetooth phone audio connectivity, + Photo viewer + Dvd + Audio Cd's (Ofcourse) + MMC + USB + compatible with the existing CAN BUS and displays all the original features in a small translucent Pop Up. + Rear view Camera attachment possible
18 Months Warranty.

Price : 520 USD + shipping.
 

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Please post full details on the SatNav unit. Is the internal EQ set up like the factory or is it flat like an aftermarket unit? Any RCA pre-outs? Wattage output the same? Very interested.
 

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Does the Sat Nav support A2DP (music/audio streaming via Bluetooth), and do you lose any OnStar or diagnostic functionality with this new unit?
No, You DO NOT Lose any existing functionality. All the features that are displayed in the original screen are displayed here in a pop up. So basically all OnStar and Diagnostic functionality works, Even better in Color and high res..

No, it does not support A2DP, but can play USB, MMC, Dvd, Cd, Aux(Standard i/p pin)
 

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i love the light that the headlights give off im just not liking the actual design of the headlights....just my opinion....but nicce cruze tho
Thanks for the Cruze :D. The lights are really amazing. You can see the road very very nicely. Its basically how you would see the road in a BMW with stock projectors and HID. You also get the cluster (With black interiors, one projector and one open high beam) made for the cruze from some chinese manufacturer. But these give you more advantage:

Maintain stock look (A little)
You do not lose the motorized adjustment which you lose in the aftermarket clusters
Excellent light with Bi-Xenon (Those come with a single projection beam)
Cheaper :D
18 months warranty.
 

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Please post full details on the SatNav unit. Is the internal EQ set up like the factory or is it flat like an aftermarket unit? Any RCA pre-outs? Wattage output the same? Very interested.
The unit is a Plug and play unit. Which means there is no wire cutting. Socket to socket connections.
It connects to your existing CAN BUS System, which allows you ALL functionality including EQ exactly of the stock, that runs in a 'pop up' (see pics) when you operate them. Fitting them is an hour's job. You do receive a DIY manual. There are many options we can offer for RCA pre-outs, but the standard wiring made right now consists of using the standard speakers. However, like i said, you can always upgrade.
 

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And the cost/availability?
1.) Projection Headlight Conversion Kit (Bi xenon 35W) 6000k with Fitting accessories, Gel for re-sealing, Manual (DIY) Full KIT : 160USD + Shipping. 18 months replacement warranty

2.) In-Dash stock replacement system with the above mentioned features: 520$ + Shipping with 18 months warranty.

3.) Filters and mufflers (In process) : Subject to change depending on product selected.
 

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so this changes the actual radio itself or is it just a upgraded screen? This sounds great just a little leary of changing something like that with an unknown product. I would like to see directions on installing this. I would love to see and hear from people that get this installed..
 

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