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Old 03-11-2010, 12:53 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default 2006 to 2010 Overfinch Supercharged Conversion

I am planning to convert by 2006 Supercharged Fullsized Range Rover to the 2010 Overfinch Model.

Trying to get the conversion parts now and placed my order for the new Overfinch kit with Mark at Overfinch USA today.

Mark is a great guy so helpful with the million of questions I asked him.

So here is my car stock except for the 24" iForged Wheels before the conversion.

I will be posting pics and steps along the way for the others that want may want to attempt this conversion.

Here are my starting pictures








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Just saw a few pictures of one online. So beautiful

FULL OVERFINCH KIT

photos courtesy of SR AUTO Group



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A bunch of goodies came in today.

First my Overfinch kit from the UK arrived today. Thanks Mark to Overfinch USA for getting everything handled for me so quickly. I am still waiting for some of the 2010 stock land rovers parts to come in. A few items were backordered.



Second the box to send my supercharger to PSE came today. My truck is headed to SP Engineering's All Wheel Dyno next week to get a baseline run. We will then pull the supercharger unit out and send it out to Eurotoys to have the supercharger port and polished as well as adding a smaller pulley to increase the boost 2.5 lbs. We will then redyno the car and see how much horsepower it actually made. After that we will do a custom engine tune, and exhaust to see if we can extract anymore power out of my Supercharged truck.



I also recieved the custom lowering links from Mark at Overfinch. Had them installed at my local shop and the truck finally has a great stance. It lowered the entire truck about 1.5" inches, and now the 24" wheels actually look kinda of small. I will snap some photos of it next week at its new ride height.

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iForged Supercharged Range Rover Baseline Dyno Run at SP Engineering

Today I visit my good friend Alex Shen owner of the world famous SP Engineering to get on his 4 wheel drive dyno and get a baseline run on the truck before we send the supercharger unit out PSE Superchargers for port and polishing and the installation of the Eurotoys smaller pulley. The truck dynoed at 270HP to the wheels and 305FT lbs of Torque. With a new exhaust system and a refreshed supercharger unit, smaller pulley, and some programming I hope to increase 75HP to the wheels.

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Here are some pictures of my new 10 piece carbon fiber interior. Purchased directly from the UK, it was a full replacement for all the factory wood pieces. Now the interior has even more a sporty feel. I am trying to get the sport carbon fiber steering wheel, carbon fiber handbrake, and carbon fiber shifter next. Also had my buddy Peter Chaney do a quick video of the interior for fun.









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why o why do people insist on converting what was once an off road vehicle into a bling mobile?
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why o why do people insist on converting what was once an off road vehicle into a bling mobile?
im with you on that one there mate.
im not too keen on the ''bling wheels'' also dont they give you bad vibrations though the steering wheel at stand still.?
i do like the over finch bodykits but is it really worth converting one?
its a difference of opinion..... i love my stock 04 rangerover. it dont have the best ''stock'' style wheels but i wont be changing them cause they still look good.
although i have to say it will be nice to see the end product what do you think your final cost is going to be?
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Having owned an Overfinch RR before, you'd probably be cheaper off having bought a 2010 or previous used overfinch from Mark or getting one off another website and just up-converting the headlamps. Too late now, nevertheless, good luck with the conversion!
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I fell in love with Overfinch after reading this article:

Overfinch article

but I can see too how it kind of takes away from the original intent of the vehicle. I want the upgrades, but do not want to sacrifice the 4x4 capability. How much of that ability is lost going the Overfinch route?
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I spoke with Mark too. He was very helpful. How do you like the lowering links so far? I'm debating whether or not to go the adjustable route. I like the stance of your Rover, but I only have 22's on mine.
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How much did the CF cost you, and where did you buy it from?

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Man the body kit looks bad ass, The only thing I could of change are the wheels for an rsx Kahn or maybe even the Kahn spoiler.
Where did you find the overfinch body kit?
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Any updates on the conversion?
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Do you have any rubbing issues with the lowered stance?? I've got 24's on my 07 Sport S/C and it rubs only on hard u-turns or if I have my suspension in the lowered position.
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Thought I would update this for all wondering...its now for sale and while a bit too "much" for me, it seems to be a good deal for all of the extras:





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