Best way is to get a aftermarket exhaust that then will sound better than the old one
I still get crackles and pops to a degree on my stock 21 SVR but I have to be in dynamic sport and they aren’t very frequent unless you know where to find them. A resonator delete seems like your best bet and I will probably end up doing one as well!Ok, so I had the original 2019 F-Pace SVR, that was sadly stolen and written off my some morons. The personality of that car when you had the loud button engaged was soooooo good, particularly lifting when in 2nd or 3rd; the pops and crackles have it amazing personality I loved.
Today I got my replacement 2021 - it’s lively to drive, yes they have refined it, BUT it has lost all of its personality that I loved my SVR for. Does anyone have any insights as to how I can get this remapped to the old mapping and (if it’s relevant) how do I get those amazing pops and crackles back? Jag have cut its nuts off, sadly.
the gentleman who did the resonator delete has a video of the sound posted to youtube. He says it sounds way better in person which makes sense because a go pro mic is not equipped to accurately capture loud exhaust noises.Thanks for this! So, not a full exhaust replacement, probably just the resonator then 🤞🤞
The whole car is definitely more refined than the ‘19 I had, but I just loved the split personality that the ‘19 had. I need my pops and bangs back!
If anyone else reads this that has fixed it, please post
thank you to all!
You cut out the resonator and replace it with straight pipes. Just call a muffler/exhaust shop and tell them you want a muffler delete with straight pipes and they’ll get it done for a decent price. Should be no more than $200This bodes well! So, it’s simply a case of having those two resonator tubes removed? Really appreciate the post - thank you 🙏
Status, please!The reason there's no pops and bangs is because when you go into dynamic and hit open valves they never stay open. If you want to confirm this just put it into dynamic where the valves open symbol is orange, get out and go shine your flashlight into one of the innermost exhaust pipes. You'll see that it's completely shut. The only time they open up is when you really get on it. With that information, I found a way to disconnect the electronic valve operations thus leaving the valves open 100% of the time. I noticed more pops and bangs in lower rev ranges and a bit of a louder sound. Only thing is, they're only open about half way. I still have to do some more testing to see if I can get them open fully.
Kool Beans, I'll search to see what I find; in the meantime, my wife's F-Type R is Roaring like a MoFoyes. I've pulled the fuse on my wife's F-Type and I made the change you can make to the SVR to defeat the baffles to my 2019 and my 2021. The hard way to do it on the 2021 is right at the mufflers. The easy way to do it is one cable in the Trunk under the spare tire/battery cover. There is a procedure out there here to do both of them. Simply search on SVR and Baffles and I'm pretty sure it will come up.