Groovy for a reason
There is no dearth of fully done up three door Zens on our road, but that hasn’t reduced their appeal one bit and stopped Shibi Ali from getting his Steel. The WB-reg car was bought and then fully stripped to be painted in white, but the real reason why it’s here is its engine. Performance mods include the famed Somender’s groove on the cylinder head and a 4×1 exhaust system from Raj Hingorani. The former is a small groove made in the cylinder head that allows better combustion. We hope to bring you more updates on the groove technique but for now, we have to believe Shibi when he says the groove has added a lot to the low end performance of his car, making it thoroughly drivable in town.
The standard interiors of the Zen steel are kept in original form here. The lue and off white leather seats are as good as new. There is a Momo steering wheel, a Sparco gearknob and some drilled pedals thrown in for good measure.
The chequered flag on the roof is a neat touch as is the classy mate grey shade for the tail gate and door mirrors. Hand crafted front lip is neatly integrated into the front bumper.
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