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lozza



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1999 Defender 110 Td5 HT Caledonian Blue
performance difference between 110 and 130

hi i have a 110 td5 with 160k on the engine bog standard,i am looking into changing to a 130 and recently had a test drive in a 130 td5 with 80k on it and was disappointed with the performance,the guy put it down to the extra weight of the chassis and the fact its a pickup

have any of you guys changed from a 110 to a 130 with the same engine and tune spec tell me what the difference in performance is

i am hoping the one i drove was just a one off and the power of a decent one is the same as my 110


cheers

loz

Post #655782 8th Oct 2017 9:07am
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AndrewS



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United Kingdom 2013 Defender 130 Puma 2.2 SW Rimini Red

Ive had several 110s and 130s there is a small difference but no more than fitting a different set of tyres.

According to Land Rover 0 to 60 figures:- This is the last model but shows the difference.

90 pick up is 14.7
110 DC is 14.7
130 DC is 15.7


https://www.landrover.co.uk/defender/specifications.html 130's have feeling's as well you know Smile

Post #655789 8th Oct 2017 9:39am
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Coatesyyy



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I noticed a bit of a difference, it wasn't anything drastic. But maybe consider a remap if you opted for the 130, there's a few great companies to choose from!

Post #655791 8th Oct 2017 9:52am
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lozza



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mpg same?

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Coatesyyy



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If you drive it sensibly you will benefit from better mpg, but if you keep getting tempted with the extra power then no Laughing

Post #655836 8th Oct 2017 2:50pm
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familymad



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Mine is a tad slower particularly on long motorway uphill pulls 2016 110 XS - SOLD
2012 130 DCPU
1951 80" S1

Post #655903 8th Oct 2017 7:33pm
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Trebro



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United Kingdom 2009 Defender 130 Puma 2.4 HCPU Stornoway Grey

The weight difference between 130 and 110 is negligible, we run several 110 s and 130's, I think you'd struggle to notice the difference persay.

Post #657488 15th Oct 2017 9:59pm
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miker



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United Kingdom 1999 Defender 110 Td5 CSW Rioja Red

Difference could also be down to differences between wastegate actuator adjustment or a dead maf or something.

Post #657522 16th Oct 2017 7:36am
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lozza



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thanks for the reply's i just think the one i drove was a dog

loz

Post #657689 16th Oct 2017 7:56pm
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