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  1. http://www.mycarforum.com/index.php?showtopic=2651430 Continue here
  2. Surf2004

    Upgrade Stock ICE

    Hi, Soundstream AC.6 + Coaxial speakers + Pioneer TS-WX120A + Installation = $800 with warranty Like to know if this is worth it. TIA. Comparing Soundstream AC.6 vs Pioneer TS-A1606C. Which is better ? I'm not going for high end ICE. Mid range is good for me. Btw, my HU is Pioneer 8850.
  3. EstherLui

    Upgrading stock horn

    Want to get a better louder set of horns to replace the single pathetic stock one. Do I need to use the relay or do I just swap in the new ones?
  4. Hello All! Any idea where to sell brand new stock rims and tyres? It seems like many shop only willing to do trade in but not buy them as it is.
  5. Normally size use term 'ET', how to know whether positive or negative offset? Is stock wheel normally positive?
  6. I'm looking to improve the audio of my car and looking at a DSP/Amp and/or speakers. Would it make senses to do the DSP/Amp first and see if it's sufficient ? Or should I just change the speakers first ? Does the shop normally charge to retune the DSP if you get the speakers elsewhere? Should this be something you can do yourself ?
  7. just bought a 2016 alphard with stock HU, possible to download Carplay?
  8. Hi bros, My current stock set up comprises a locally fitted WinCE headunit and stock component speakers at all 4 doors - the sound quality is really sub-par and I'm looking to upgrade. With a budget of around $1k, would you guys advise to change to a better HU like Z7250BT/Halo9, etc. (my car doesn't have the usual DIN slots) or change the front set of speakers and add an under-seat sub-woofer? Thanks in advance!
  9. Will the stock be voided if its a fat finger sales? https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-01-24/oops-a-brief-history-of-some-of-the-market-s-worst-fat-fingers?utm_source=google&utm_medium=bd&cmpId=google n 83 percent plunge in storied Singapore-listed stock Jardine Matheson Holdings Ltd. Thursday has traders pointing to the most likely culprit: a fat finger. Shares of the 186-year-old conglomerate plummeted in pre-market trading before bouncing right back to eventually trade higher as the session progressed. A spokesperson for the firm said it was aware an electronic trading error had occurred, while Singapore Exchange Ltd. said the bourse is looking into the stock slide.
  10. Thinking of using this kind of LED two-filament bulb with stock rear light assembly. LTA-friendly? TIA. http://www.aliexpress.com/item/2PCS-Red-White-Blue-Lamp-1157-BAY15D-T25-S25-13-SMD-5050-LED-Turn-Signal-Tail/32339146904.html?spm=2114.01020208.3.2.qvLR7q&ws_ab_test=searchweb201556_1_79_78_77_82_80_62,searchweb201644_0,searchweb201560_4
  11. Hi Guys, Have anyone traded with lim and tan securities? Tot of using them to trade. from - http://www.eq.com.sg/
  12. LTA want me to change back to stock. all the workshop i ask don't have. how do i explain to LTA??? market no have, workshop no have, what should i do, where else can buy?
  13. seen my friend proton with front lowering spring and rear stock spring setup and he told me that it is much more comfortable than lowering spring alone.... he is using stock absorber with aftermarket spring.... he did it not long ago so there is not much feedback on the negative side to such setup. I'm very tempted to do the same... with my lowering spring, I'm always worry during reverse parking, crossing the hump and when I carry passenger at the rear... but I have a few concenrn as below: from what i believe, the front suspension is more stressed compare to normal lowering spring setup cos more weight is transfer to the front, thus, I have to expect higher wear n tear on my absorber. This problem is not too bad cos i have another 3 set of stock front absorber to standby for such problem and the labour cost of changing the absorber from my Mal lobang is too cheap to be true (RM30) so i dun really care about it.... look wise, some plp might think that it looks weird but I like the way it looks cos it make the ride more fierce... now come to my major worry... the braking issue and stability/handling... on stock, the front brake is responsible/absorbing of 70% of the braking stress, will such setup create even more stress to my front brake? will it affect the performance on my overall braking? I'll be adding 1 set of spring stiffener to reduce such problem... but, will it help? As for stability /handling issue, anyone foresee any problem in this area? will the handling/stability of the ride become worst than stock?
  14. The glut in used cars is over and a shortage looms. Second-hand car dealers have managed to sell most of the cars in their inventory after a two-month reprieve from the authorities. At the same time, they are not buying used cars as drivers hold on to their wheels in the wake of drastic loan curbs. A Land Transport Authority spokesman said about 4,600 of the 7,000 used cars that dealers had acquired before the car loan restrictions kicked in had been sold as of Monday. Source: http://www.straitstimes.com/breaking-news/...y-expected-2013
  15. Anyone knows or have tried fitting 205/45 or 225/45 tyres to the stock Forte 17" rims? thinking of changing the Solus tyre to Eagle F1 Asym but there's no 215/45
  16. I am not financially trained. With the situation with Greece and today's falling market, is there anything to be worried about? or is this just another day in the market? Or is this leading to something like the Asian financial crisis?
  17. Where is a good place to go to integrate iPod to my car's stock sound system? Thanks!
  18. Hi all I'm looking for 2nd handed Sunny N16 sport rims. Was told by a tyre shop where I was repairing a punctured tyre that one of my rims is dented. So I only need 1 replacement. Can anyone tell me where I can find one on sale and cheap? Anyone seen these at any tyre shops in Singapore? Thanks and Regards
  19. What's happening in HK in the past 2 days is pretty amazing. Economists have come out to say they don't know what's happening. http://www.businessinsider.sg/why-hong-kong-has-the-hottest-stock-market-it-the-world-right-now-2015-4/#.VSf-JPmUeJQ Since I don't understand economists, what do the bros here think about what's happening?
  20. Dear All My dad last time had used his cpf to buy Sbs transit share using cpf only. The previlige is that he is able to buy the bus stamp which he likes.. Ill fate has fallen upon him and now he is literally deaf in both ears.... cause of that he cant really hold permanent job and he is due to get his money from cpf which is not that much soon...now he wants to sell half of it and i have been calling cpf... and up to now i was asked to call here n there... may i know if any1 here has any contacts or know how to sell...but he wants to sell only half cause he still wanna keep some so he can still buy the bus stamp.... will they still allow him to buy if he sells half of his share
  21. trans-cab cancels IPO after being told not enough subscribers ? wayang say insurance hike ?
  22. Anyone knows what the stock ice setup for Mazda 3 2009? Just bought the car second-hand and the ice setup does not seem to be like stock. Is the stock ice setup of a higher quality?
  23. Yu’e Bao (余额宝) is an investment product offered through the Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding Ltd.'s third-party payment affiliate, Alipay.com Co. Alipay began offering Yu’e Bao, which means “leftover treasure,” last June. Alipay users can put their money into the product, which invests in funds. There is no minimum amount, and customers can withdraw their cash anytime. Yu’e Bao funds are managed by Tianhong Asset Management Co. This seem more acceptable than the bitcoin. . . https://financeprod.alipay.com/fund/index.htm
  24. So good huh Read here: http://unbrandedbreadnbutter.wordpress.com...he-wrong-track/ SMRT’s Dividend Policy SMRT has a policy that guides it to distribute at least 60% of their profits as dividends. In fact, it has consistently (since 2006) distributed about 75% or more of their profits. For example, in 2010, it earned 10.7c per share and distributed 8.5c as dividend, amounting to almost an 80% distribution of its profits. Hence, if SMRT consistently distributes most of its profits back to its shareholders, how much does it have to to competently maintain, renew, reinvest and innovate on its operations?? Does it then go against the whole purpose of why it was privatised in the first place? In the years when Singapore’s population was booming due to immigration policies, why didn’t SMRT retain and reinvest more of its profits rather than continue to distribute high dividends (and continue to stress the rail systems)??
  25. Whats going on in Blumont? Oct 18 2014 (Reuters) - Singapore-listed Blumont Group Ltd, which has lost more than $5 billion in market value this month, said it has secured $200 million in new funding from New York-based investment firm Platinum Partners. Blumont, one of three Singapore-listed stocks subject to trading restrictions after a sudden plunge in their share prices recently, said late on Thursday that Platinum will subscribe to convertible bonds issued by the group. Blumont will in turn use part of the proceeds to buy $100 million of convertible bonds in Australian copper miner Discovery Metals Ltd. The rest of the funds will be used to finance future investments in the mineral and energy resources sector and for working capital, the Singapore-listed group said. The funding from Platinum will ease concerns about Blumont's planned commitment in the Brisbane-based copper miner. Shares in Discovery Metals rose 13.3 percent to A$0.085 in Sydney trading on Friday. Blumont, LionGold Corp and Asiasons Capital Ltd saw their shares plummet in early morning trade onOct. 4 before trading in the stocks was suspended by the Singapore Exchange Ltd (SGX). The SGX has since declared all three stocks "designated securities," meaning people cannot short-sell their shares andmust pay for any purchases with cash up front. Platinum Partners' PPLO fund had been due to subscribe to part of a S$202 million share placement in LionGold, but thatdeal was called off late last week. Platinum Partners' Value Arbitrage fund was also due toreceive stock in Asiasons as part of a share placement used tofund Asiason's purchase of a stake in oil explorer Black ElkEnergy Offshore Operations LLC. That deal is currently in limboafter SGX queried whether Asiasons had a strong enough mandateto make that share issue. Blumont has lost around S$6.26 billion ($5.05 billion) inmarket value since Oct. 1. Its shares are currently trading at S$0.114, down from a high of S$2.54 at the start of this month. 10 Mar 2014 Blumont: US$200 Million Funding From New York-Based Global Investment Fund, Platinum Partners Lapsed.Blumont Group Ltd. wishes to inform its shareholders that the Long-Stop Date of the proposed issue by the Company of up to US$200 million in principal amount of redeemable convertible bonds to Platinum Partners Value Arbitrage Fund L.P. has not been extended and the Bond Term Sheet has accordingly lapsed. The Company will continue to engage in discussions and explore alternative funding arrangements with PPVAF