Before proceeding, make sure tailpipes are cooled off.Can someone give me the exact sequence of actions to follow to keep the valves fully open? Many thanks!!
From what I can tell, the exhaust valves positions is determined by engine RPM and/or throttle position. Example, when idling, mostly shut so you don’t disturb your neighbors.What causes the need for steps 4-6? What makes the valves partially close again, and when does that partial closure occur?
I don’t think there’s any structural difference between the 2020 SVR & the 2021 SVR. The it’s not as loud is Jaguar changed how valves in the tail pipes are positioned via software. Try my suggestion below and let me know your thoughts.Hello, All. I was just searching the net about making the exhaust louder and found this thread. I then found another thread that note perhaps an easier way to disconnect the valve connectors from the spare tire area inside the trunk. It‘s on the F-pace forum uk site. I currently have wife’s 2021 F-pace R-dynamic but have an SVR F-pace on order for myself that is coming in the middle of next month. It looks like one can just disconnect the pink plug by the spare wheel to achieve the same effect after doing the accessory mode procedure. This way, one wouldn’t have to be concerned with taping up with electrical tape and temporarily sealing off the connectors under the car. I definitely plan on doing this once mine comes in.
F-Pace 2021 SVR. I wanted my SVR a bit louder. I couldn’t find the fuse for active exhaust so after much searching on forum and tracing wires I have found a solution for now which I find easier then disconnecting from the exhaust flapper. In the trunk/boot top left is a module that will need to...www.fpaceforums.co.uk