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YOLO110



Member Since: 14 Feb 2015
Location: Perth
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Australia 

Great Vid. Thanks.

1: Love the V8! Cool
2: I reckon he will not only deliver the 240 vehicles he has bought... he will also be building them from scratch under licence.

Fix the emissions. Add some airbags (including an external bonnet airbag for the pedestrian safety requirements) plus the other stuff JLR could not be bothered to fix... and you never know where the future will be going...

As he said, the world needs a Defender... Thumbs Up YOLO... You Only Live Once...

So... One life, Live it !!

Post #429376 7th Jun 2015 11:37pm
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ZeDefender



Member Since: 15 Sep 2011
Location: Munich
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Germany 2011 Defender 110 Puma 2.4 SW Baltic Blue

As I understand it, an airbag requires a crumple zone in order to give it a short time to inflate. That's why they can't be fitted to Defenders safely and one reason they can't get past US regs.

*Edit* I wonder what mileage one gets from their T80 6+ litre, 500+ horsepower engine Shocked BAS remap, intercooler and hybrid turbo and I'm god of the road Smile

Tell someone you love them today because life is short.
But shout it at them in German because life is also terrifying and confusing...

Post #429388 8th Jun 2015 6:41am
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