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Lrstaylor



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United Kingdom 2006 Range Rover Sport Supercharged Bali Blue

Fitted

Post #623805 Sat Apr 23 2022 2:48pm
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Andy K



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England 2005 Range Rover Sport TDV6 HSE Rimini Red

leather Looks great. Any reflections from the sun ? Cool

Must try the PVA glue on mine.

Post #623808 Sat Apr 23 2022 5:17pm
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Lrstaylor



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United Kingdom 2006 Range Rover Sport Supercharged Bali Blue

No reflection at all, the pva didn't bleed threw but the finish wasn't as good as it should have been.

I could have used black leather it would have matched the dash pretty good but I'm glad now I didn't.

Will probably do the B and C pillars next once I've swopped out a bad wheel bearing on the wife's D3.

Post #623809 Sat Apr 23 2022 7:58pm
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Lrstaylor



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United Kingdom 2006 Range Rover Sport Supercharged Bali Blue



Hopefully found my evap leak will get in there tomorrow for a look see my cheap little ebay smoke machine seems to be doing the job

Post #624032 Wed May 04 2022 8:30pm
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Lrstaylor



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United Kingdom 2006 Range Rover Sport Supercharged Bali Blue

That's my vacuum leak all fixed so just the supercharger bearings, coupler, coolant bottle the floats gone porous o/s lower control arm and I mite be done

Post #624045 Thu May 05 2022 6:51pm
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skid1963



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United Kingdom 2006 Range Rover Sport Supercharged Java Black

How's those rear lights you bought off me mate??
You need to pop over sometime to see what i've bought Very Happy
If you want a clue have a look in my gallery 2006 L320 4.2 Supercharged
2009 BMW X5 M-Sport
2007 L320 2.7TDV6 SE Buckingham Blue - Gone
2011 Jaguar XFS 3.0V6 Diesel - Gone
2009 (59) L320 Facelift 3.0TDV6 HSE White Wrap - Gone
2008 BMW X5 M-Sport - Gone
2005 Audi A6 3.2V6 Quattro S-Line - Gone

Post #624073 Sat May 07 2022 10:27pm
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Lrstaylor



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United Kingdom 2006 Range Rover Sport Supercharged Bali Blue

Rear lights are my fav thing about the far......they didn't need fixing or messing about just straight swop Laughing

What did you get then ?

Post #624079 Sun May 08 2022 12:32pm
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Lrstaylor



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United Kingdom 2006 Range Rover Sport Supercharged Bali Blue

So smoke test passed vacuum leaks seem to be fixed but the pvc still hisses dispite a new 1 and O rings think I will swop out that chappy plastic hose for a rubber one as others have done. Still chasing multiply misfires on cold start and a few when normal driving
Coil packs and maf sensor next I think.....plugs all done......twice

Post #624080 Sun May 08 2022 12:35pm
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skid1963



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United Kingdom 2006 Range Rover Sport Supercharged Java Black

Lrstaylor wrote:
Rear lights are my fav thing about the far......they didn't need fixing or messing about just straight swop Laughing

What did you get then ?


Have a look in my gallery mate, or hover over the avatar 2006 L320 4.2 Supercharged
2009 BMW X5 M-Sport
2007 L320 2.7TDV6 SE Buckingham Blue - Gone
2011 Jaguar XFS 3.0V6 Diesel - Gone
2009 (59) L320 Facelift 3.0TDV6 HSE White Wrap - Gone
2008 BMW X5 M-Sport - Gone
2005 Audi A6 3.2V6 Quattro S-Line - Gone

Post #624083 Sun May 08 2022 12:48pm
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Lrstaylor



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United Kingdom 2006 Range Rover Sport Supercharged Bali Blue

That looks very tidy

Post #624091 Sun May 08 2022 4:15pm
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Lrstaylor



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United Kingdom 2006 Range Rover Sport Supercharged Bali Blue

I still think I have a vacuum leak somewhere that's not showing up even with a smoke tester. I replaced the pvc but I still get a hiss, dissconnect it and put my thumb over the end no more hiss. Still waiting on a new maf sensor the 1 that arrived was clearly a used item ebay company says it must be a mix up blamed it on a returned item . Let's see if a new 1 arrives.
Anyways iv just learnt how to screenshot on my phone here are my fuel trims



No idea if there good or bad I'm still learning about such things. Am still getting random multiply cylinder misfires which go once warmed up suggesting something expanding due to heat and sealing.
Iv got a length of hose now so tomorrow's job is to replace that pvc plastic pipe and see if it makes any difference.

Post #624253 Sat May 14 2022 12:05am
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Andy K



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England 2005 Range Rover Sport TDV6 HSE Rimini Red

Well you add long and short term together and that gives you the net result.
If LTFT is more than 7 then something is wrong.
Maximum is about 20

I’m learning too. It seams you get different long term values at different revs Rolling Eyes
So have a look just above 1300 rpm. I think that’s the area that will generate fault codes.

Edit to correct

Post #624263 Sat May 14 2022 10:40am
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Lrstaylor



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United Kingdom 2006 Range Rover Sport Supercharged Bali Blue

Iv not heard about adding them together but iv found a pretty good guide which explains long and short term fuel trims. Following this it looks like mine are pretty good and the current urban mpg is reading 13.9 mpg

https://trade.mechanic.com.au/news/underst...y%20speed.

Checked them again after a run and trims were even better Thumbs Up

Post #624268 Sat May 14 2022 9:40pm
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Lrstaylor



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United Kingdom 2006 Range Rover Sport Supercharged Bali Blue






Just didn't get the time to replace the pvc hose with a rubber one but have been watching the fuel trims.

Post #624292 Sun May 15 2022 11:14pm
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Lrstaylor



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United Kingdom 2006 Range Rover Sport Supercharged Bali Blue

While the weather is improving I'm turning my attention to the wheels as I'm going to refurb them my self.
I picked up a spare supercharged wheel and tyre off the bay to see if I like the new colour iv choosen . Removed the tyre from the rim this afternoon.

Thing is it came with a brand new 295 40 20 tyre fitted albeit budget, I didn't think this size would fit without rubbing. Here is a link for the tyre I'm still pretty much going with the avons 275 45 20 iv picked out so this tyre might be up for grabs if any one wants it.
https://www.camskill.co.uk/m63b0s6173p1622...se%3A_72dB

Post #624337 Wed May 18 2022 11:10pm
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