Cameron (camerons)

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CameronS
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Full Name: Cameron
Nickname: Cameron
Home Town: Ballito
Current 4x4: 2018 Y61 30 Patrol
Home Language: English

Cameron (camerons)

Post by CameronS »

Thank you for having me. Looking forward to being part of the community and learning from you guys.

1. Name: Cameron - camerons

2. Birthday and Age: 42

3. Town and Country of residence: Ballito - KZN

4. Home Language: English

5. Occupation/Business: Sales

6. Family status: Married

7. Membership - Other 4X4 Clubs and Forums: none

8. Current 4x4: 2018 Nissan Patrol Y61 3.0 Diesel. Must be one of the very last registered in SA.

9. Current Mods: Snorkel, cameras front and rear, sound system and head unit, dual battery, fridge and slide, tough dog suspension, coils and lift, table, roof rack, extra cup holders and usb chargers, front and rear bumpers.

10. Mods on wish list: race tech chip, maybe 37 inch tyres…

11. Vehicle on wish list: nope

12. Previous 4x4's: Discovery 3, Hilux

13. Last 3 offroad or overland destinations: nothing too extravagant yet, new to this.

14. Your favourite destination: anywhere with big 5

15. Other hobbies: Mtb

16. GPSr and Map Data used: none

17. Rate your 4X4 and overlanding experience: all the gear and no idea

18. Online Photo Site: none

19. Photos of you and your Vehicle:
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Peter Connan
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Post by Peter Connan »

Welcome Cameron
Mag ons ons kenniskry met lekkerkry aanhoukry.

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Post by Pieter B »

Welcome!

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Post by andredurand »

:welcomewave:
Andre Durand
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:welcomewave:
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You CAN with a NISSAN!

Jy KAN met 'n DATSUN!

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Oetie
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Post by Oetie »

Welcome!! Interesting looking rims you have there


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Steele
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Re: Cameron (camerons)

Post by Steele »

Welcome Cameron! Nice ride - I think I saw it for sale when I bought mine last year - it was a dealer demo vehicle if I recall correctly?

A 76mm free flow exhaust and engine map on the 3.0 CRD is a worthwhile upgrade, especially if you are running bigger tyres.
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Rudolph
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Post by Rudolph »

:welcomewave: Great looking Patrol you have there!

CameronS
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Home Town: Ballito
Current 4x4: 2018 Y61 30 Patrol
Home Language: English

Re: Cameron (camerons)

Post by CameronS »

Steele wrote:
13 Oct 2021 10:01
Welcome Cameron! Nice ride - I think I saw it for sale when I bought mine last year - it was a dealer demo vehicle if I recall correctly?

A 76mm free flow exhaust and engine map on the 3.0 CRD is a worthwhile upgrade, especially if you are running bigger tyres.
Thanks for the welcome everyone.

@Steele - I did buy mine last year in June but got it at a second hand dealership in Durban. It had had one previous owner.

Would you mind sharing where you got your free flow exhaust and engine map done? I would love to get some more power out of it.

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Oetie
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Re: Cameron (camerons)

Post by Oetie »

CameronS wrote:
13 Oct 2021 14:44
Steele wrote:
13 Oct 2021 10:01
Welcome Cameron! Nice ride - I think I saw it for sale when I bought mine last year - it was a dealer demo vehicle if I recall correctly?

A 76mm free flow exhaust and engine map on the 3.0 CRD is a worthwhile upgrade, especially if you are running bigger tyres.
Thanks for the welcome everyone.

@Steele - I did buy mine last year in June but got it at a second hand dealership in Durban. It had had one previous owner.

Would you mind sharing where you got your free flow exhaust and engine map done? I would love to get some more power out of it.
Cameron, speak to Michael Steyn of Sojo Automotive, he is the diesel guru on the forum, mostly for the TD42's but can assist with the 3.0lt as well. Re the exhaust, there is in my view only one place and that is Viper in Johannesburg. Michael will be able to assist there as well. There pipe work is in another class all together!
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