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hy

want to show you my 2010 S/C - will fit 22" anteras next year - anyone know where to get perforated brake discs???








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Very Sweet ride!!! Did your RRS SC come with those brake and accelerator pedals (stainless steel with inserts) from the factory? If not, where were they sourced?
 

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hy,

thx... yeah i love the color and the black rims...
the pedals are LR original Parts from the Accessiors... was about 300 bucks!
 

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That looks hot, congrats (and welcome)! Those calipers look like Brembo GTs (are they?), and I thought that kit came with standard drilled discs already. Don't tell me those are fake caliper covers or I'll lose all respect for you. :lol:
 

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Nice Ride like the painted wheels.
 

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Yeah -- about the calipers. Are painted calipers an option on the 10's?

Some manufacturers like Porsche designate the type of brake it is by the color of he caliper (i.e standard = black / turbo brakes = red, and ceramics are yellow) Where other manufacturers like Ferrari let you pick whatever color you want (Yellow red or silver) regardless of if you have steel or ceramics. Wondering if LR is moving in either of these directions
 

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dont worry... everyrhing is original :wink:
the 2010 SC has still the brembo brakes but without the logo - missed it - so there was the idea with the supercharged badge on it
saw the yellow brakes on a lumma bmw m6 with black 22" Anteras - looks great - hope my sport will do also looks good when i fit the anteras in spring!
great paintshop from my dealer i choosed the same color as porsche us by the ceramic brakes... LR still dont have the option to order them in a different color.. you have do it by yourself but this is what i want :)



 

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That is super hot - nice job.

I've used dba rotors in the past on my S6 and Cayenne - they make slotted and perfed. Porsche always specs the perforated ...
 

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do you have an adress of dbs for me - maybe the can sell me perforated discs for my S/C - hope so

im just riding about 3k miles... the car is awesome, perfect handling and perfect engine... only have a few problems with the software
can not st the clock in the middle and also the dimming function does not work - so when i drove thru night it so bright - to bright... but my dealer dont know the problem an has to talk with LR first... however the car is great... much more better than my 07 4.8 X5!
 

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hy guys,

i also would like the iphone 3gs - from the list of Landrover it says that is not will fit with the actually RRS PTI (i wonder why it works on a 08 model with the "old" PTI System!?). do you think that LR will give an update on their new PTI System or do have we to accept that the 3Gs is not working on the MY10 Models... also i have the problem with the dimming system... my dealer said LR does not know about that? do you in the staates have an ideas about these "small" problems?

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It has been reported by other owners that, while the Bluetooth function of the iPhone 3G S works with MY2010, occasionally the call will not be routed to the speakers, only to the handset. One would hope that Land Rover (or Apple, with a future firmware release) will eventually fix the hiccup. Also, my understanding is that the iPod/iPhone receptacle in the car does not charge the latest generation iPhones / iPod Touch, and you need to purchase a Scosche PassPort charging adapter from Apple. Land Rover is working on that issue, too.

Regarding the dimming, I found this special service message on the GTR:

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LM - New Range Rover
LS - Range Rover Sport
LA - Discovery 4
Title 10my instrument dimmer switch operation
Last Modified 27-AUG-2009 11:23
Category Electrical
Symptom 204000 Instrumentation
Content

Issue
Customers may comment that the instrument lighting dimmer switch does not appear to operate correctly.

Cause
The dimmer switch will only affect the switch background illumination under all master light switch conditions i.e. side, low beam and auto. The dimming of the instrument pack, HLDF gear selector etc will only function in "night mode"
There is a light sensor built into the instrument pack. When the ambient light drops below a pre-determined level, "night mode" is activated, the dimmer switch will then operate all features. In auto headlamp mode the instrument pack still needs to have entered "night mode" for the dimmer switch to function.

Action
If there is a requirement to test the dimmer switch in normal light:

To fool the system to enter "night mode" select side lights on the master light switch, completely cover the area around the instrument pack to block out light ingress and wait for a few minutes. You should then see the instrument pack illumination change when operating the dimmer switch.
 
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