Only issue with B100 in my experience is that it can swell seals and cause leaks On older high mileage engines. Happy my experiences with bio fuel are not isolated. Good stuff! And yah mine smelled of fresh made fries 🍟 :LOL:.
If you can but B20 in it every once in a while. It cleans and quiets the Tdi. I only put Diesel treatment in mine in winter. I ran it on B20 all the time for a couple years until the station closed up. It really ranbetter with bio fuel.
Use egg yokes only no whites, and add semolina fine corn meal to the flour as well about 1/8th of the flour qty. Imalso use tipo flour 00 but regular flour will work as well. This was hand rolled and it turned out just great. Good luck
It actually replaces the resistor and fan control switch. It is nit linked to the cable ta all. you just open it and leave it Tucked behind the gauges. You can install a choke cable pull and hook it up to that cable if you like. I did not. Never had any issues on or off road including...
These original window locks secure to the top of the door frame with two screws no cutting just drill and screw em on.
In no particular order...
1- Global Roamerdrive
2- Heated windscreen
3- Heated seats
4- Slickshift its just more civilized for a daily driver
5- Proper sound deadening and insulation throughout
6- The Landrezieger digital, infinitely variable blower fan speed control switch
I drove my 300 Tdi Powered Series III 88 with an LT77 and 1:2 for about 15 years. No issues. Yes its was slow off the start but you said you did mostly road driving. I put a boost pin in the 300 Tdi and that changed everything. Drivability was massively improved Low end power improved...
Excellent write up, well done. (y)
If you are interested there is a really nice digital, infinitely variable fan speed switch from the Netherlands which can be fitted to any Defender. I have one and it is great. Highly recommend it.