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  1. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    Hello, Considering the rise of the price of the gas, I am wondering if it would be possible (wise?) to implement a flex fuel conversion kit on my 2011 Range Rover L322 V8 5 liters Supercharged, to be able to use E85 ethanol instead (or in addition to) of regular gas. I was wondering if it would...
  2. Range Rover Mark IV / L405
    I didn't see this mentioned anywhere, but today when I pulled up to the gas station and opened the tank door for the very first time it couldn't have been more obvious: the MY2014.5 SCV8 accepts E85. But there are some notes in the manual (that I checked after seeing the yellow cap and the notes...
  3. Range Rover Sport / L320
    Just purchased a new 2013 RRS with the non-supercharged V-8 and am concerned that I am not able to find any gas stations having hi test (91 or above) octane which is not labeled has having up to 10% ethanol. There are pure gas (no ethanol) stations selling 87 octane, but none with high test...
  4. Range Rover Mark IV / L405
    I was just browsing the TOPIx site http://topix.landrover.jlrext.com/topix/vehicle/index and came across the dreadful ethanol issue. It says "Fuels containing up to 10% ethanol (E5 and E10) may be used. This vehicle is not suitable for use with fuels containing more than 10% ethanol." But...
  5. Range Rover Classic
    I have been informed by a RR engineer that i can run my classic 3.9efi on e85 , without conversion ,it seems you cant run later models but the classic was designed for multifuels , anyone have any experience or non political comments
  6. Range Rover Sport / L320
    Almost ran out of gas just looking for a fueling station without Ethanol. This is a real pain and I'm thinking this this should be written on the window sticker and or pointed out before you buy the car. Is this a supercharger issue or is it all Land Rovers? How bad is it to run with Ethanol?
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