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Just picked it up 4 weeks ago: great SUV. full leather, ivory leather with black stitching, piano black veneer, 510hp with paddle shifters.
mods to date:

1. white trim paint out the grey trim, door handles, A and C pillars, lower front bumperettes
2. Satin black side and front grills
3. Customer made euro exhaust, with 4.5 black polished powder coated tips
4. reset height adjust 1 inch lower; tricked the existing system
5. smoke tail lights
6. 22" black powder coated Rinspeeds, with 285/35/22 Pirelli P-Zero Neros
7. Valentine 1 radar (thanks to forum member for instructions)
8. Remove Range Rover badging; but black out treatment for hatch lettering
9. Protective Clean Armor the front end, hood, mirrors


Additional modifications coming when available:

a. lowering module due later this month, good for another 1-1.5 inch drop, and is height ride adjustable
b. ECU remap and pully; should be good for another 60-70 hp gain.
 

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You are kicking tail and taking names. Thanks for all the updates. Looking forward to seeing dyno results when you do the motor upgrades. AWESOME JOB MAN! :mrgreen:
 

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Really nice setup. Please post more information on ECU upgrade once installed.
 

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I like it! Looks very L.A. - is it an SC or HSE? I don't see the SC grill or the titanium colored front skid plate?
 

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CA-SPORT said:
I like it! Looks very L.A. - is it an SC or HSE? I don't see the SC grill or the titanium colored front skid plate?
I’m guessing it’s a supercharged based on the title of the post ;)

All’s good … it’s Sunday and your probably still delirious from taking delivery of your new ride. I still have to wait another month. Needs pics my friend to keep me going.
 

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Its supercharged. The titanium colored front insert is painted satin black to blend in (see photo).

J
 

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I think the white RRS is the toughest to mod. One wrong move and all elegance, distinction and bling for that matter vanishes.
I'd leave it to professionals.
 

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rafa said:
I think the white RRS is the toughest to mod...
Agreed. You want to stay just this side of full-on Star Wars stormtrooper mode.

The front looks good, I am just not a fan of eliminating the floating roof look by color matching the rear pillar covers.

Pls let us know how that underdrive pulley works out...its the subject of lots of debate on this forum :D
 

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What can you tell us about the exhaust mod?
 

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gooseyloosey said:
You want to stay just this side of full-on Star Wars stormtrooper mode.

The front looks good, I am just not a fan of eliminating the floating roof look by color matching the rear pillar covers.
I'm a fan of everything you have done except for painting the pillars white, eliminates one of the distinctive elements this vehicle has.
 

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hey those mods look great where did you get your rinspeeds from? and also how did you truck the existing system into the 1" lowering......i will be getting my 2010 RRS SC in june and im gonna be doing a few mods like that also.... also where you getting the ecu remapping and the new pulleys? thanks so much truck looks amazing! great choice in color combos
 

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JeffRB said:
Just picked it up 4 weeks ago: great SUV. full leather, ivory leather with black stitching, piano black veneer, 510hp with paddle shifters.
mods to date:

1. white trim paint out the grey trim, door handles, A and C pillars, lower front bumperettes
2. Satin black side and front grills
3. Customer made euro exhaust, with 4.5 black polished powder coated tips
4. reset height adjust 1 inch lower; tricked the existing system
5. smoke tail lights
6. 22" black powder coated Rinspeeds, with 285/35/22 Pirelli P-Zero Neros
7. Valentine 1 radar (thanks to forum member for instructions)
8. Remove Range Rover badging; but black out treatment for hatch lettering
9. Protective Clean Armor the front end, hood, mirrors


Additional modifications coming when available:


a. lowering module due later this month, good for another 1-1.5 inch drop, and is height ride adjustable
b. ECU remap and pully; should be good for another 60-70 hp gain.
JeffRB,
I couldn't find an updated post on this topic. Did you ever completed the mods (lowering module ,ECU remap and pulley) on your RRS SC? If yes, please provide your experience and history.

Thx,
RonRRS
 

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RonRRS said:
JeffRB,
I couldn't find an updated post on this topic. Did you ever completed the mods (lowering module ,ECU remap and pulley) on your RRS SC? If yes, please provide your experience and history.

Thx,
RonRRS
I'm pretty sure he sold his RRS and got a Panamera...
 
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