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Jimmy Franko



Member Since: 23 Jul 2017
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Scotland 2011 Freelander 2 TD4 XS Manual Santorini Black

RogB wrote:
Yes definitely all my problems with the Evoque were down to the accident damage. On further inspection there were further problems... bad paintwork with drips and bubbles, misaligned passenger door, damaged inside edge of front alloy,
If the LR dealer had done the approved used inspection properly they would have picked up on it all, they even failed to service it !! Unfortunately I could only go back to the same dealer to resolve but I had LR Customer service support on my side.
Yes it was definitely smaller than the the FL2, interior, boot, roof height the lot.... but its not pretending to be a FL2 either.
Ride was harder on the 20's but the suspension is stiffer on them anyway and it has a strut brace as standard to stiffen the body more.
But I would still have another one tomorrow.


Thats quite brutal! Shocked

I like them!
But looking at the comparisons from the photos above it wouldn’t be practical for me.

Ive got a 6 stone dog,..and he’s not sitting on the seats thats for sure lol.

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LR NUT



Member Since: 12 May 2012
Location: Scotland
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Scotland 2014 Freelander 2 TD4_e Dynamic Manual Fuji White

Jimmy Franko wrote:


Na i totally see what your saying mate.
The comparison is quite a difference there eh?! That kit looks class👌🏻

Did you buy it like that? Or modify it your self?
Im looking for the dynamic body kit..
If anyone could point me in the right direction that would be most appropriated Thumbs Up

cheers dudes and dudet’s!!

JF


I ordered a dynamic so mine came with the factory bodykit. Try our forum sponsor Dan at Duckworths or Matford they will offer you a substantial discount.
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MY15 Xenon Headlight Conversion

Extended Grand Black Lacquer Interior

Genuine Land Rover rechargeable torch

Founder of the colour coded D pillars & door mouldings!

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Lunar-Rover



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England 2007 Freelander 2 TD4 SE Manual Sumatra Black

Powerful UK (or something similar) have back and front, sides to I think on their site. REME .. Rough Engineering Made Easy

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Jimmy Franko



Member Since: 23 Jul 2017
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Scotland 2011 Freelander 2 TD4 XS Manual Santorini Black

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Jimmy Franko wrote:


Na i totally see what your saying mate.
The comparison is quite a difference there eh?! That kit looks class👌🏻

Did you buy it like that? Or modify it your self?
Im looking for the dynamic body kit..
If anyone could point me in the right direction that would be most appropriated Thumbs Up

cheers dudes and dudet’s!!

JF


I ordered a dynamic so mine came with the factory bodykit. Try our forum sponsor Dan at Duckworths or Matford they will offer you a substantial discount.
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That is a weapon!!
Very nice mate!!
Have added any performance upgrades to it?i.e air filters,brakes?
What does the exhaust sound like?

cheers buddy

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LR NUT



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Scotland 2014 Freelander 2 TD4_e Dynamic Manual Fuji White

No performance upgrades Laughing I've owned it from new so do not want to void the warranty. The exhaust is a fully polished stainless steel system from DPF back. Its not any different to the stock exhaust noise level wise.

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 MY14 Kahn Converted Dynamic - Fuji White Ebony/Pimento Interior

MY15 Xenon Headlight Conversion

Extended Grand Black Lacquer Interior

Genuine Land Rover rechargeable torch

Founder of the colour coded D pillars & door mouldings!

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Jimmy Franko



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Scotland 2011 Freelander 2 TD4 XS Manual Santorini Black

Hey mate!

Hope your well.

I noticed you have had the xenon headlight conversion? How did you go about it?
I’ve been obviously reading up about it, and because of the difference with connections i have to buy adaptors basically.
I was told that by the guy i bought the headlights from that this guy on eBay that specialises in this field was the best to got too.
Ive seen this guy before and ordered them up!£250 slaps in the face lol,the reason i say that is after having GREAT difficulty to find anyone to use they’re autologic tool, to tell the car that its now using HID instead of Halogen,I found a helpful guy thats booked me in on tuesday! Thumbs Up Delighted with that!But he’s confident i’ll not need any different connectors??
I’m just a little confused on which is the best way to approach this mate tbh lol.
The boy thats doing them has never done a freelander 2 though,but has done loads of disco 4’s.

Any input as always is much appreciated

JF

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LR NUT



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Mine is a MY14 car with MY15 Xenons. So the headlamps were essentially the same connecters. Plug and play job all that was required was the CCF’s for xenons to be enabled. I went to see Mikey in Dundee MMP.

What year xenon headlamps do you have? MY14 Kahn Converted Dynamic - Fuji White Ebony/Pimento Interior

MY15 Xenon Headlight Conversion

Extended Grand Black Lacquer Interior

Genuine Land Rover rechargeable torch

Founder of the colour coded D pillars & door mouldings!

Post #335670 21st Nov 2017 10:42 pm
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Jimmy Franko



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Scotland 2011 Freelander 2 TD4 XS Manual Santorini Black

Ah right i see.
Theres probably a good chance your connections are of a newer type.
They’re at my work or i would check the exact info, but the they’re brand new out the box.
Im using a guy at Engine 710 at south Queensferry.

Thanks

JF

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LR NUT



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Scotland 2014 Freelander 2 TD4_e Dynamic Manual Fuji White

My connectors are the newer type. The facelifted led headlights came out in late 2012. The only difference in them and an MY15 headlamp externally is the white reflector is now black.


If you have the facelifted headlamps then they will not be plug and play. MY14 Kahn Converted Dynamic - Fuji White Ebony/Pimento Interior

MY15 Xenon Headlight Conversion

Extended Grand Black Lacquer Interior

Genuine Land Rover rechargeable torch

Founder of the colour coded D pillars & door mouldings!

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Largered



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One of a few who uses their Freelander for what it was designed for !
All added items have a purpose and are used regularly.
I spend 6 months of the year on a single trip adventure, both in UK and Europe.

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