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SVR575



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United Kingdom 2011 Range Rover Sport 3.0 TDV6 Autobiography Fuji White

Rolling with laughter SVR on order.

Post #547611 Sun Feb 04 2018 2:22pm
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Cantona



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I’ve read that bit about 20 times but still don’t fully get it Embarassed Estoril Blue SVR.

Post #547656 Sun Feb 04 2018 6:09pm
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jonathana13



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Just to add a bit of confusion to the mix, I seam to recall that the car also lowers itself once it reaches motorway speeds! Oh and the is an extended mode too which activates if the car grounds itself.

This is a summary of my understanding:

The lowest setting "access height" is to ease the entry and exit of the car, prior to MY16 (I believe?) this could only be selected using the suspension controls. There is now a user configurable option that automatically lowers the car once the ignition switches off (in some modes it does not do this to avoid off road accidents).

Once in "access height" the button can be pressed a further time which locks it in access height, if this has not been selected the car will automatically raise once you move off, if it has locks it until you hit 25mph.

In theory unless you are going off road and wish to raise the height or are worried about scraping the roof on a low headroom car park (personally wouldn't risk it as heard stories of people forgetting and raising the cars!) then you should just be able to leave the height adjustment to sort itself out.

Did you get a LR experience day voucher when you bought the car? They can probably explain it better than me!

Hope this helps?

Post #547659 Sun Feb 04 2018 6:19pm
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Cantona



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Now I am totally f***ed Rolling with laughter Estoril Blue SVR.

Post #547661 Sun Feb 04 2018 6:32pm
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jonathana13



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Haha!! Just don't press any buttons and buy a step if you can't get in Wink

Post #547662 Sun Feb 04 2018 6:33pm
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Cantona



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Think you’re right about it rising automatically once you hit a certain speed. I just think it looks better on the low setting, 2” is quite a big lift, unless you are going off road I don’t see the point of it rising?! Estoril Blue SVR.

Post #547663 Sun Feb 04 2018 6:39pm
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Cantona



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Probably wrong but I thought previously it only raised if you pressed the bloody button! One or two things seem different to what I remember. Estoril Blue SVR.

Post #547664 Sun Feb 04 2018 6:41pm
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Tim in Scotland



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Violetpiano wrote:
Ah....I see. So you mean, you have not and will not read the manual Rolling with laughter Jas


Who needs a manual when you have this wonderful forum that will give lots of info about previous model years with different systems to the car you actually have......

Cantina, the reason that no Land Rover with EAS should be driven permanently in access height is that a) it makes the suspension rock hard - ask those that have set their cars lower using the IID tool - they very quickly returned it to the factory settings and b) running it permanently lowered even a small bit knackers the suspension and transmission - there are posts from back in 2005/2006 by folks who found this out the hard and incredibly expensive way when it was supposedly cool to run 22” wheels on cars unable to drive safely on them and also drive them with lowered suspension sort of American Lowrider style. As stated before your car will also lower above a certain speed for stability at speed reasons, IIRC all RRS will do and also D3,D4’s, D5 and FFRR but that speed is so high in the UK for those cars that you have to be driving well in excess of 100mph before it happens so few UK driver’s own a race track to find out when it occurs! SVR does it at a lower speed as part if it’s performance advantage I believe. 2018 Melting Silver Mini Countryman PHEV on order for April delivery, bye bye Land Rover after 21 years and 11 LR products..... all because you won’t give me reassurance that should my SDv6 crankshaft break because of a design fault, not MY fault, but the engine builders fault - it will be replaced for free.
2015MY Corris Grey SDv6 HSE Dynamic, but not for much longer........
Also in my garage is a 1996 TDi300 Defender 90 County HT made into a fake CSW

Post #547692 Sun Feb 04 2018 11:01pm
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Cantona



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Thanks Tim. Got it, just leave the buttons alone Very Happy Estoril Blue SVR.

Post #547727 Mon Feb 05 2018 12:03pm
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Tyrefitter



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Cantona,,,,to solve this problem,,just bring your car to Bridlington,you have my14 SC with the controls you are used to & ill have your SVR. Laughing Laughing

Andy 2014 RRS SC santorino,coris roof.
2016 VW Amarok Highline,candy white
2014 Evoque D-Lux Fuji
Previous motor.
2014 RRS AB FUJI
2012 RRS Dynamic red edition Fuji
2012 RRS SE santorino
2015 Navara White
2008 RRS white TDV8
2007 RRS black TDV8
2002 RR Vogue
1996 P38 2.5 HSE.

Post #547730 Mon Feb 05 2018 12:28pm
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Cantona



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Thanks for your very kind offer Andy.

No thanks Smile Estoril Blue SVR.

Post #547737 Mon Feb 05 2018 1:30pm
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Violetpiano



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Tim in Scotland wrote:
Violetpiano wrote:
Ah....I see. So you mean, you have not and will not read the manual Rolling with laughter Jas


Who needs a manual when you have this wonderful forum that will give lots of info about previous model years with different systems to the car you actually have......

Cantina, the reason that no Land Rover with EAS should be driven permanently in access height is that a) it makes the suspension rock hard - ask those that have set their cars lower using the IID tool - they very quickly returned it to the factory settings and b) running it permanently lowered even a small bit knackers the suspension and transmission - there are posts from back in 2005/2006 by folks who found this out the hard and incredibly expensive way when it was supposedly cool to run 22” wheels on cars unable to drive safely on them and also drive them with lowered suspension sort of American Lowrider style. As stated before your car will also lower above a certain speed for stability at speed reasons, IIRC all RRS will do and also D3,D4’s, D5 and FFRR but that speed is so high in the UK for those cars that you have to be driving well in excess of 100mph before it happens so few UK driver’s own a race track to find out when it occurs! SVR does it at a lower speed as part if it’s performance advantage I believe.



Yes, spot on Tim. And talking of manuals, I just spotted an error in the MY18 manual which emphasises your point about referring to the good body of people we have here.

Page 170: "For high performance SVR vehicles with the 5.0L V8 (550 PS) engine, do not exceed 250 km/h (155mph) during the first 8,000km)."

I have already said that I will reject mine if the sound is muted and I will also do the same if it is missing 25 horses Rolling with laughter


Jas Waiting (trying to patiently) for MY18 SVR
Gone and missed....
MY 2015 RRS 5.0L Autobiography
Mariana Black With Body Coloured Roof and Side Sills
Ebony / Ivory Interior
Privacy Glass
Style 508 22 inch Alloys

Post #547770 Mon Feb 05 2018 7:11pm
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SVR575



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Seriously that's a lot of miles. SVR on order.

Post #547771 Mon Feb 05 2018 7:22pm
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philmw



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Certainly the old (L320) Sport the wheels used to splay out when the car was lowered. Not sure the L494 does - not had the snow (yet) to notice. 

Post #547772 Mon Feb 05 2018 7:26pm
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Cantona



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I completely ignore those two buttons now, it is as if they don’t f***ing exist Laughing Estoril Blue SVR.

Post #547774 Mon Feb 05 2018 7:47pm
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