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  1. #11
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    Phil

    Probably the best made kit on the market !

    Direct or Ebay

    EGR Delete - Range Rover Land Rover 3.6 TDV8

    RANGE ROVER Vogue and SPORT 3.6 TDV8 EGR Removal /Blanking plate DELETE kit | eBay

    Compomotive or Tuffant 18"rims are the only ones that fit over the caliper. Depending on rim you might need to get new wheel nuts !!!

    Laurie

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    Finally

    Quote Originally Posted by bikeman View Post
    I intend to blank out completely so I think I will also map out. Looking at a Gap IID BT. Would D4 18" rims fit an 07 TDV8, I don't think it has Brembos.
    IID BT is a good bit of kit. As Laurie said, uou can then download a BAS EGR delete remap.

    D3/4 18” rims fit over the back callipers only, not the front callipers. Your L322 should have Brembo callipers.

    I was able to use standard wheel nuts with my Compo rims.

    Speaking of wheel nuts, check each one to see if the alloy cap is loose. Loose feeling nuts should be replaced before the cap separates from the steel wheel nut underneath. Also, bin the wheel nuts that need the special key to remove. My key/nut stripped/distorted so nut couldn’t be removed.
    L322 tdv8 poverty pack - wow
    Perentie 110 wagon ARN 49-107 (probably selling) turbo, p/steer, RFSV front axle/trutrack, HF, gullwing windows, double jerrys etc.
    Perentie 110 wagon ARN 48-699 another project
    Track Trailer ARN 200-117
    REMLR # 137

  3. #13
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    that does look nice!
    L322

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    Quote Originally Posted by harlie View Post
    that does look nice!
    Time to upgrade to a 4.4 tdv8?
    L322 tdv8 poverty pack - wow
    Perentie 110 wagon ARN 49-107 (probably selling) turbo, p/steer, RFSV front axle/trutrack, HF, gullwing windows, double jerrys etc.
    Perentie 110 wagon ARN 48-699 another project
    Track Trailer ARN 200-117
    REMLR # 137

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    Noice looking vehicle, but I'll be sticking with my td6.

    Now that I have repaired/replaced all the big ticket items that go wrong with the td6 whilst employed.

    I'm hoping for less BIG bills except for the usual maintenance on it when your now on a limited income.

    DG

    2003 Range Rover TD6
    92 disco tdi manual going to be sold
    95 disco tdi auto

  6. #16
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    Well today was a big one, for me anyway. I did a fluid change for the trans, new pan and filter. An EGR delete and map out. I have found some 19" rims that fit so I will start investigating tyres. I the few weeks of my ownership, I have had no problems, no boings just purrrrs, so happy with the way she drives. My daily commute is about 30km each way which includes a long stretch of 80kph. We have done a trip to Forster and back, again, so smooth on the road. next step will be a diff service, trans case service. I will be looking for roof bars/rack, some way of fitting lights and aerials. Then to the BIL, an auto sparks, for a duel battery and set up for touring. Happy boy. Thanks for this forum, there is so much info on it.
    Cheers. Phil

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    Great news Phil
    How is she performing after the re-map and egr delete, can you notice an improvement ? The second battery upgrade that Tim from Traxide sells here would be a great item, and it wouldn't take long for your BIL to install it.

    My first installation video, for an L322, any suggestions please.

    As far as tyres it really depends on your road/off-road percentage for an A/T tyre or a straight out highway tyre. I've had a very good run with the Yokohama Geolander A/T, but they have a very limited size range in the larger diameter tyres , so it's going to take time to find size and pattern for your driving.

    Laurie

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    If you're considering an AT then have a look at Pirelli AT+ in 255/55R19. I have them in 275/55R20 although would prefer the smaller 255/60R19 that has more sidewall than 255/55R19, but unfortunately Pirelli don't make the AT+ in this size.
    MY12 RRV 4.4 TDV8 AB, +LLAMS, +e-diff, +ACC stop/go. Produce LLAMS for LR/RR, Jeep GC/Dodge Ram
    VK2HFG and APRS W1 digi

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    The car is running much smoother now that the EGR's are mapped out, seems a bit more power and less turbo lag and I don't puff black smoke on acceleration. Thanks Laurie for the heads up on the delete kit, really well made and easy to install. The trans service also has made the gear changes much smother. I will need an AT tyre so I am looking in that direction, 255/60r19 if possible.
    Cheers, Phil.

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