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Zed



Member Since: 07 Oct 2017
Location: In the woods
Posts: 1990

United Kingdom 2010 Defender 110 Puma 2.4 XS CSW Santorini Black

https://www.instagram.com/p/Bv6Ev5iF4qh/

Need details....

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bankz5152



Member Since: 02 Feb 2017
Location: South London/North Kent
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2004 Defender 110 Td5 DCPU Epsom Green

Quite. Youre holding out on us Naf Instagram @defender_ventures

Post #767224 6th Apr 2019 4:58pm
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Naf



Member Since: 07 Dec 2016
Location: Sandbox
Posts: 286

Kuwait 2000 Defender 130 Td5 HCPU Nato Green No Canopy

Check out my post from the 1 of march 2018...

Its there.

http://trackspecmotorsports.com/universal/small-center-louver

I have a similar louver kit on my race car from Pratt and miller, so i brought the coolin to my defender. I am not going to stick a tire on my bonnet, so i might as well make it functional and let the heat out for more power...

Latest update

I have been lookin for the holy grail of HVAC that will give me heater and aircon. I bought all the wrong parts till i found www.hvac-aircon.com. They have the best Hvac unit that blows the most air, and a controller that gives me heater and aircon control like new modern cars...I am just waitin on the parts to arrive and i will post new pix of my new dash

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Zed



Member Since: 07 Oct 2017
Location: In the woods
Posts: 1990

United Kingdom 2010 Defender 110 Puma 2.4 XS CSW Santorini Black

Aircon sounds good. Especially in your climates.

How was the visit from Jose? I hear he was very impressed with your work on the truck.

Post #781654 16th Jul 2019 7:34am
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Naf



Member Since: 07 Dec 2016
Location: Sandbox
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Kuwait 2000 Defender 130 Td5 HCPU Nato Green No Canopy

Jose left happily, but we were left disappointed with injector failure. Mine didnt work from the start and though he was happy to work on others vehicles he didnt leave satisfied with mine tuned and ready. I gave him two ecus to trip out for me, one for my 10p engine, and the other NNN to hold two maps, a smokeless map and powerful map.

Defenders are very personal, but yes, he was very happy to see mine was done in a proper manner.

I am waitin on the aircon before i start my tunes again, for last time when it was 47c outside, i almost didnt make it home. I was too hot inside. my girl took it like a champ though, ect was normal, and power was constant...

Post #781655 16th Jul 2019 8:02am
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Naf



Member Since: 07 Dec 2016
Location: Sandbox
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Kuwait 2000 Defender 130 Td5 HCPU Nato Green No Canopy

Its 43C outside, and in the front seats, its bearable, i have the aircon at max fan and cold, so its a win in my books.

My turbo is only givin me 13.9psi at full load, so we have to adjust it back up. Will have that completed today so tomorrow we can give it another run. I am settin the boost first then will toy with the stop set screw till i get 25% more pressure in the exhaust side than intake side.

I did swapped out the back glass, the single pane is much nicer than the sliding glasses. Just have to take it in for heat reflective film to be put on it. Can't leave well enough alone

Post #792092 11th Sep 2019 12:02pm
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MadTom



Member Since: 10 Sep 2013
Location: Olomouc
Posts: 343

Czech Republic 1999 Defender 130 Td5 HCPU Baltic Blue

Sliding back glass is nice for transporting loooong things - just slide it inside, rest on the top of dashboard and on the top of pickup. 4 m long pipes and carpet were just right. But here it is not so hot. "Drobek" = The Small One - Discovery 2, "BlufĂ­nek" = The Blue Thing - Defender 130, and for me at least Ford Mondeo Smile

Post #792203 11th Sep 2019 6:32pm
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Naf



Member Since: 07 Dec 2016
Location: Sandbox
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Kuwait 2000 Defender 130 Td5 HCPU Nato Green No Canopy

We have lots of sand, and it finds it way through the windows and fills the cracks.

I am lookin to swap the front radius arms from defender pin type to disco2 johnny joint type.

should allow for more articulation and smoother movement of the front axle. It worked nicely for the rear, why not the front? Can't leave well enough alone

Post #792356 12th Sep 2019 7:30am
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