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  1. I'm not all the worried about smoke as it will be detuned a little anyway, the full torque available from the 606 and the DM pump will break the drivetrain. I'll give it a go on mech pump and if its too harsh i have the option to retro-fit the e-pump/ECU back on.
    2 points
  2. all, Just wanted to let you know that thanks too your advise and help I fitted the new prop this week and the landy drives great. no more clunks or scary rattles. Many thanks!!!
    2 points
  3. So I just looked at the UK site. Lowest price is. ยฃ42,920 on the road, not 45. I assume "on the road" means that is a complete price out the door. Less 10% VAT is 38628, which is $50354 USD, so that is lower that the US price before tax. It is $51250 before tax and any dealer fees.
    1 point
  4. I work in power distribution for the events industry, powerlocks don't scare me I did use my 110 to "tow" a 600A 3Ph cable set (5 x 240 sq mm) from the generator to the production distro which was 90m away! Low 2 at tickover pulled it out nicely whilst meaning there was plenty of time for my oppo to connect the next set in line.
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  5. As with anything, its all about the setup. Seen plenty of electronic pumped cars rolling coal.
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  6. I keep telling myself (and the Wife) that Iโ€™m upgrading to V8 power purely on the grounds of safety when pulling out to overtake....๐Ÿ‚๐Ÿ’ฉ
    1 point
  7. Utterly, utterly ridiculous, and pointless. Unless of course you were doing a bare metal polish vehicle, then this solves the problem of needing to paint the bulkhead
    1 point
  8. gearbox back in now hopeing to test it tomorrow ๐Ÿ™‚
    1 point
  9. If you ever spend time in the Australian outback (or dozens of other places), you'll see smaller 4WDs loaded to the hilt with jerry cans, spare tyres, tents, firewood and even boats and the kitchen sink on the roof. They travel surprisingly quickly and most of them are just fine. The ones that do fall over generally do so because they fit a dipstick behind the steering wheel...
    1 point
  10. ๐Ÿ˜†๐Ÿ˜† 126 pages and counting, itโ€™d be unhealthy if the conversation didnโ€™t wander a bit! I donโ€™t know about you folk, but I regard discussions on a forum like friends sitting around a pub table, following wherever the discussion leads... Besides, you get a lot of interesting nuggets out of the meandering topic that you would never hear if the discussion was too constrained.
    1 point
  11. With my Land Rover 110, I do have to hold down my pre-heat button for a while before I start it. That's already more button pressing than I like. You can keep your new cars!
    1 point
  12. Just watching those guys and came across this
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