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  • About Forcedair1
    Born and raised in Chile. Educated in Chile and the US. Married, two daughters.
    Southern California
    Cars and performance, of course... fine wine and cigars, classical/opera, sound and video. TV sports
    Aerospace manager
    Vehicle Info
    Jaguar / 2002 XJR and 1994 XJS
    Country of Residence
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    So Cal - USA
    1994 XJS Convertible, BRG 130HP/N2O
    2002 XJR, Zircon
    1998 BMW Z3 Roadster, Black


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  • Last Activity: 07-14-2019 06:53 PM
  • Join Date: 07-14-2010
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  1. 06-25-2016 07:49 PM - permalink
    Hi Forcedair1,

    I also own a 1994 4.0 XJS and I'm considering adding nitrous to it. Can you have any kits/companies/installation instructions you could possibly recommend? I've been working with forum member Safari on the weekends and I'm sure he would help out.

  2. 05-03-2016 07:40 AM - permalink
    Hi Reinaldo,

    I've seen your post regarding your 1994 (4.0L) XJS Electrical Guide.
    I've just bought an XJS 94 4.0L convertible (US) an I have a problem with the quarter windows. I't's a US model but I'm based in France.
    You will be so kind id you can send me the manual via email.
    [email protected]

    Thanks for your help.

    Best regards,
  3. GGG
    03-21-2016 03:29 AM - permalink
    Only one at a time. Both superb cars for the grind of the daily commute or the pleasure of continental touring.

    The dark blue Coupe (Indigo Blue) in my forum signature is my current XK 4.2 which I've owned since September 2013. The lighter blue (Frost Blue) one was the 2005 Final Series XK8 4.2-S Coupe I had before that from October 2011.

    I've posted a few pictures of both of them in various threads but never setup a forum 'garage'. Here's a test thread I posted in the Classifieds forum when I was writing the guidance post:

    I've never owned an XJS but my son had an XJS V12 Coupe. Another superb Jaguar model but very thirsty!

  4. 09-25-2015 08:30 PM - permalink
    Saw your post about having a copy of the XJS electrical guide. I'd like a copy of the file. My email is: [email protected]


  5. Ipc838
    02-05-2011 08:29 PM - permalink
    If you are considering a 4.2 litre XK, go for it. Ours has only has one or two problems in the years we've owned it, and those were just leaks. It is also up to 70,000 miles nearly. Plus those 19" wheels can't do any harm. Cheers.
  6. jetlag700
    01-26-2011 04:15 AM - permalink
    Some jackass named J4gman is leaving rude comments saying he agreed with your first comment about this being a "car site", I told him we are friends and maybe you could tell to buzz off and leave me alone.
  7. jetlag700
    12-26-2010 05:31 AM - permalink
    Hi, how did you Christmas go?
    check out a couple of Dodge Magnums I was looking at for sale.
    I want to sell my 87 Jaguar XJ6 and grab a good old Magnum....for now one Jag is enough to keep my pockets
    almost empty....worth it though ha ha.....
    I hope you have a good New Year and I hope it brings you lots of things you have looked forward to. Donna
  8. Ipc838
    11-24-2010 11:57 PM - permalink
    Hey, thanks for your comment, glad you like the Sapphire/Ivory combo, I know I did. the top is blue, by the way. You also have quite the Jag collection.

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