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One thing many don’t consider, is you can actually add OEM Land Rover Paddle Shifters to 2010-2012 Range Rover L322. I was first made aware of this via an ill titled thread on rangerovers.net.
The only issue with the install is that the L connector from the paddle shifters is the wrong sex to connect to the the wheel connector. There are a few work arounds. The one I would reccomend is using Powerful UK LTD who provides a sex adapter for the Range Rover “Flappy Paddles”. The harder way which is of course the way I choose is to mock up a connector using a small 4 pin computer 3.5″ disk drive power cord shaved down and pressed in very tight. It took a few hours to get the connector just right and I still worry that the connector may loose itself. The best advice I read is to ensure the flappy paddle plus and minus symbols light up with the lights on which will ensure they are wired properly.
I came across this thread at full fat range rover which featured two videos.
The first video discussed was a 2010-12 Range Rover 5.0 SC going past the speedometer.
This video generated many comments on youtube accusing it of forgery. There was even some debate on full fat range rover until xxxANGELxxx posted his video of 0-245 kmph in a 2013 Range Rover 5.0 SC on the autobahn. This second video clearly validates the first by showcasing acceleration which has even greter jerk.