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Hyundai Azera, Sedan
#761 of 810 Re: New Grill [rgb42]
Sep 13, 2008 (4:26 pm)
Thanks for the pix. Your ride really looks good. A high polish shine on a black car always gets my attention. I have an 07 Azzie Limited and wanting a distinctive look I changed out the front and rear "H" badges for the "TG" badge. Also took off the Hyundai lettering. My ride is pearl white with a black hood bra. I love the look, simple and clean. While driving on the hwy, people slow down and try to ID what kind of car it is. Good luck with your ride and wishing you many miles of happy motoring.
#762 of 810 Re: iPod Adapters [allmet33]
Oct 20, 2008 (6:34 pm)
Thanks allmet, but this still seems like I have to either place some type of DVD, CD into the player unless I'm reading it wrong. I want to be able to operate the ipod through the touch screen that is already in the car.
#763 of 810 Re: iPod Adapters [msazzyindc]
Oct 21, 2008 (7:34 am)
Msazzyindc...no, you wouldn't have to insert a CD or anything into the stereo, it's a unit that connects to the antenna behind the stereo and the sound is fed via the antenna. You would control the iPod from the iPod. Only control the stereo would have it volume.
Do you have an Azera with a navigation unit? If so, that unit was rolled out before Hyundai started offering iPod connectivity in their cars. Sorry...only way to operate your iPod from the stereo is to change the stereo to an iPod friendly unit.
If you don't want to connect wires, you can always get a wireless FM modulator that connects to the iPod, then you select a "blank" radio station (usually you have a choice of a few different frequencies) and the signal is sent to the stereo via that radio frequency. I know for a fact that WalMart has a unit for under $20 you can get. Downside to these types of units...sound quality isn't as good as a unit that's wired.
#764 of 810 K.I. grille
Oct 21, 2008 (2:25 pm)
Nice picture. Nice ride.
When reading your post, I got the impression that this was your car. WOW, it sure looks alot like the one at Korean Imports.
Unless you work for KI and your car is the model, it all makes sense. BTW this picture has been on KI for years. For some reason, your post makes it seem like this was a recent modification. It would have been better to be straight up about your post. The grille should sell itself.
#765 of 810 Re: K.I. grille [psu3]
Oct 22, 2008 (6:33 am)
PSU3...not sure about the original posting, but he could have just been referencing the pic on K.I. site to show you what it looks like. I mean...if he didn't do any other mods to his car except for the grille, then it would look exactly like the one on the website.
The K.I. site has only been up and running for 3 years now and the "H-less" grille was one of the first things one could get for the Azera. You don't have to work for K.I. or have a model car for it to be posted, a pic of my car has been on the K.I. site for the last 2.5 years now.
Take it easy on the guy.
#766 of 810 Re: K.I. grille [psu3]
Oct 22, 2008 (6:37 am)
Hey psu3 ... thanks for the nice comments on the car, I appreciate it. Yes, it's my car and my youngest son and I removed the OEM grill and replaced it with the H-less grill recently ... on Sep 13, 2008 to be exact. No, I don't work for KI, that's where I purchased the grill from. I'm a retired (4 yrs now) fire marshal in NY. I sent the two photos to the fellow I dealt with there (James) and who did the price match for me ... I thought they might like to see the photos also. Next thing I knew, he emailed me thanking me for them and sent a link to the page (you have it above) showing that he had posted the two photos on the site. Those two photos of my car have only been there since a day or two after Sep 13th, not for years. Anyway ... here is a link to other photos of my car, including the two after the H-less grill was installed:
Bob's 2008 Azera
#767 of 810 Dream For You in Korea
Oct 22, 2008 (6:48 am)
Has anyone been able to deal with Dream For You in Korea lately? I bought several things from them in the past but now, they will not even answer my email enquiries.
#768 of 810 Re: Dream For You in Korea [grayfox]
Oct 22, 2008 (7:40 am)
From what I've heard, the two best to deal with is Seoulful Racing (www.kdmstuff.com) and Korean Auto Imports. Dream Ka is hit or miss really, besides...the other two offer way more stuff anyway.
#769 of 810 Apology
Oct 22, 2008 (1:16 pm)
My bad! I think my typing was ahead of my gray matter. For some reason I thought I had seen these pictures before and your post was meant to encourage additional sales. I did mean the comments about the improvement and felt that the pictures would sell themselves and the commercial, unnecessary. Obviously, no commercial, but someone proud of their new look vehicle.
Perhaps my focus on the OSU game has my thinking a bit wonky.
#770 of 810 Re: Dream For You in Korea [allmet33]
Oct 22, 2008 (3:27 pm)
Thanks for the reply. I have bought several accessories from Dream Ka and saved quite a bit compared to Korean Imports with great delivers service. I am disappointed that they dont respond any more. I have never dealt with Seoul Full Racing.