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  • robwlondon's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:29
    It would be intersting to get some oil temps after a decent run and see what it going on. You'll need that to know how to size any ideas and to see...
    6 replies | 64 view(s)
  • Richie_asg1's Avatar
    Yesterday, 22:12
    I have kicked around the idea for an overdrive cooler for a bit, so maybe you can benefit from my musings. Again, take the oil from the minimum...
    6 replies | 64 view(s)
  • Extreedoc's Avatar
    Yesterday, 21:32
    An interesting idea but I wonder if there might not be a simpler solution to your problem? Perhaps an oil additive such as STP or even a suitable...
    6 replies | 64 view(s)
  • robwlondon's Avatar
    Yesterday, 21:00
    Don't take it out the bottom, if the cooler leaks you sieze the box. If you put a pumped cooling circuit in then take it out near the top so if the...
    6 replies | 64 view(s)
  • jakob1234's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:56
    Well, since i use it for everyday driving, i know (of course) every nook and cranny of the beast. My point is, when the box is cool in the...
    6 replies | 64 view(s)
  • zollaf's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:49
    zollaf replied to a thread Cooled gearbox in Series Land Rovers
    great idea, but why ? are you towing 15 tons across the sahara at 130 mph ? i mean , presuming this is a standard series box, what advantage would...
    6 replies | 64 view(s)
  • jakob1234's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:46
    Hi everyone! I'm thinking of a little project - cooling my main 4 speed box with an oil cooler and electric pump + filter. I would suck the oil...
    6 replies | 64 view(s)
  • zollaf's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:44
    might have been a glitch and never do it again, might be the start of the end. first thing, check fluid, then get a code read done, see what caused...
    1 replies | 29 view(s)
  • jakob1234's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:43
    Hey guys! I decided to first change the orginal weather sealing in the doors, and mounting the new type - the difference was AMAZING :D
    11 replies | 310 view(s)
  • Ron Tom's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:40
    Anyone experienced Evoque transmission problems like me ? 2014 Evoque, automatic, 13000 on the clock. Just outside warranty. Driving along, suddenly...
    1 replies | 29 view(s)
  • Ron Tom's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:24
    Ron Tom replied to a thread Evoque transmission in P38 forum
    Thank you for your reply. Will post in General Range Rover. Warranty ran out 6 wks ago. Typical. Rgds.
    2 replies | 38 view(s)
  • Land Raver's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:05
    Fantastic looking Series 1 this lunchtime at Leigh Delamere services, M4 east bound. Really good patina - looked original worn through paint and...
    350 replies | 45877 view(s)
  • Gilbertd's Avatar
    Yesterday, 19:14
    Gilbertd replied to a thread Evoque transmission in P38 forum
    You've posted in the P38 section which is the Mk2 Range Rover from 94-2002 so may not get much help here. Your best bet would be to post in the...
    2 replies | 38 view(s)
  • Gilbertd's Avatar
    Yesterday, 19:10
    Gilbertd replied to a thread bb in P38 forum
    It's much easier to fit a radio if you remove the HEVAC first. Then you can get your hand in there and make sure the big bundle of wires for the...
    5 replies | 168 view(s)
  • Ron Tom's Avatar
    Yesterday, 18:50
    Ron Tom started a thread Evoque transmission in P38 forum
    Looking for someone that may have experienced the same issue as I have recently. 3 year old automatic Evoque with only 13000 on the clock. Driving...
    2 replies | 38 view(s)
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