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  1. SVR faster around the 'Ring than X6M

    Range Rover Sport II / L494
    Of course not controlled conditions but 6 seconds is a decent amount. http://www.autoblog.com/2015/07/17/bmw-x6-m-nurburgring-time/
  2. Go Faster Mods

    Range Rover Sport / L320
    Been thinking of "go faster" mods for my Range. I know - I'll blow the engine, etc., but am still curious if anyone here has made any mods and what they've done. Also, I'd welcome any comments, on the questions below: Is it possible to get a bigger intercooler? How much power would a smaller...
  3. Wont go faster than 10mph - Electrical?

    Range Rover Mark III / L322
    My 05 RR HSE has been having a world of electrical problems. This winter has been brutally cold and has done a number on my truck - Driver door froze shut, hood latch broke and these were the least of my problems. I bought a new battery around 4 months ago and has been running well. About a...
  4. Faster acceleration whet it's cold outside 2003 RR Vogue 3.0TD6

    Range Rover Mark III / L322
    Faster acceleration whet it's cold outside 2003 RR Vogue 3.0TD6 I have something strange going on, I bought my RR Vogue 2003 3.0TD6 this summer and it drove kind off sluggish. When driving on small moutainroads i had to keep it revved up to maintain speed. Not so slow that i was worried but...
  5. Supercharged vs. Hse is it that much faster?!!

    Range Rover Sport / L320
    I'm just wonding is the supercharged that much faster then hse?! I did see some company that you can upgrade the pully and ecu.
  6. Left front tyre wearing out faster than the right front

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    My wifes 2001 P38 4.0 HSE is wearing the the left front tyre quicker than the other,tyre pressures are good and it's not the alignment as the wear is even,any ideas??,thanks
  7. Which is really faster? Sport or full-size?

    Range Rover Mark III / L322
    I am torn between buying an 06 RR S/C and an 06 RRS S/C but the statistics I'm seeing don't make any sense. Everywhere I've looked (journalistic reviews, 0-60times.com, etc.) I see that the RR S/C can do 0-60 in 6.7-6.9 seconds while the RRS S/C can do 0-60 in 7-7.2 seconds. My understanding is...