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  1. #661
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    Default Re: Defender 130 Overlander build

    would be very keen to follow your vnt journey from ordering to fitment and the final real life experience

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    Default Re: Defender 130 Overlander build

    Quote Originally Posted by RossJ View Post
    would be very keen to follow your vnt journey from ordering to fitment and the final real life experience
    +1...thought the puma already had a variable turbo.

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    Default Re: Defender 130 Overlander build

    Am referring to imgreg's kalahari 300 tdi comment


    probably in the wrong thread to make the comment

    sorry bruce

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    Default Re: Defender 130 Overlander build

    Iím not worried. No need to apologise.
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    Default Re: Defender 130 Overlander build

    Really finished of nicely/.
    Im not stalking you just went thru every page to see if you fitted a madman and what position.

    Is the Ultragauge the best bet for the Puma ?
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    Default Re: Defender 130 Overlander build

    Thank you.

    I think the madman is the better option of the two but I battled to find someone to fit it for me. Even tried with Brian Cotton who referred me to a guy in JHB North who I eventually gave up on.

    There is a new product coming to market in August hopefully that I will be fitting. The new product will be better than the Madman and fits into the instrument cluster. i will reveal once I have fitted it.

    For now I have finsihed the 130 as I feel the setup is pretty perfect for my needs. I am not happy with the tune and will be changing that. I now have the roof top for single to two nights of staying in one spot or touring and have purchased a trailer (conqueror comfort) which works out pretty well for longer stays - we have just spent a week in Mapungubwe. I also upgraded my daughters Jimny to the newer one which is more capable and a big improvement on the old.

    I have also renamed the 130 tgwinduna in honor of Peter Street.
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    Default Re: Defender 130 Overlander build

    I have also renamed the 130 tgwinduna in honor of Peter Street.

    That very special, good idea.


    Quote Originally Posted by BruceT View Post
    Thank you.

    I think the madman is the better option of the two but I battled to find someone to fit it for me. Even tried with Brian Cotton who referred me to a guy in JHB North who I eventually gave up on.

    There is a new product coming to market in August hopefully that I will be fitting. The new product will be better than the Madman and fits into the instrument cluster. i will reveal once I have fitted it.

    For now I have finsihed the 130 as I feel the setup is pretty perfect for my needs. I am not happy with the tune and will be changing that. I now have the roof top for single to two nights of staying in one spot or touring and have purchased a trailer (conqueror comfort) which works out pretty well for longer stays - we have just spent a week in Mapungubwe. I also upgraded my daughters Jimny to the newer one which is more capable and a big improvement on the old.

    I have also renamed the 130 tgwinduna in honor of Peter Street.
    Defender Kalahari
    Series 3 SWB
    Series 1 De Luxe Cab Pickup
    Series 1 Station Wagon 88''

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