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I just purchased a 2001 RR HSE 4.6 with 86,550. Took it to my mechanic and I found it's been castrated (switched to coils). Wanted to know should I consider switching it back to the air-ride? Any thoughts?
 

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Yes, it is a really nice, satisfying project - not too dirty either!

Just take it step by step, Scotty is the man.

One thing to check is that the eas ecu is still there (probably is, and not a big deal to replace) AND that the associated wiring to it has not been butchered.

Apart from that, it is straightforward to do.

You might need to clear a previous fault in the ecu, so think about some diagnostic kit (which will also help you set the heights if necessary).
 

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I'm actually doing this job this weekend on the Callaway..8)
 

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And here you have the C11 back on Air....:dance: Now I need to get rid of those shocks, and brake rotors! Brakes will get done tomorrow....
 

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Well done.
I can't see what make the shocks are but the rotors (brake discs) look remarkably like what I have fitted. EBC brake discs, or rather the Paddocks equivalent, which are a well respected LR brand in UK. With the matching brake pads I think that they are an improvement on the stock ones.
 
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