|21st March 2017, 15:09||#11|
Rover 75 tourer
Join Date: Mar 2007
Thanked 46 Times in 40 Posts
Life isn't about how to survive in the storm, rather learn to dance in the rain.
Jobs done.Plenum, bonnet divider,Turbo seals & security, lower and hydra mount. Steering wheel. Leather seats.exhaust.New tyres.All drive belts.Anti noise kit, PSA pump.Audio/CD upgrade.
Revotek fan fitted.Coil protectors. Auto transmission fluid change(properly).Engine tray. Dash cam hard wired.
|22nd March 2017, 14:49||#12|
I really should get out more.......
Rover 75 1.8T Auto.
Join Date: Feb 2014
Location: Newton Abbot
Thanked 386 Times in 309 Posts
Mine's a saloon and I think it still has the original Rover exhaust on as the car has only done just over 51,000 miles from new.
I did own an MG ZT-T CDTi for a year which had a full Klarius straight through exhaust on, (not fitted by me).
It went extremely well especially as it had a 160 remap and all the other mods done to it.
Sadly I had to sell it due to being very ill and unable to keep both cars on the road. My Rover 75 didn't move for 7 months and the ZT for 4 months.
The member I bought it off and who bought back off me is Matt Darke, send him a PM he will give you far more information than I can.
Garages don't always make the best recommendations.
I'm lucky in that department because some good friends of mine own an extremely good garage and what I tend to do is I supply the parts and they fit them for me.
I will be having a new exhaust this year but I will be going down the stainless steel route and I'm after a performance exhaust, not really bothered about additional noise in fact I prefer it, that's the childish part of me, brings back memories of my misspent youth in quick cars.
There is a Longlife Exhaust Centre in Plymouth, doesn't hurt to ask if you are interested - https://www.longlife.co.uk/Longlife-Plymouth
Rover 75 and MG ZT: The Complete Story
|22nd March 2017, 17:10||#13|
Rover 75 Saloon, Tourer, Limo
Join Date: Feb 2011
Thanked 42 Times in 26 Posts
I used the Longlife agent in Taunton to have a cat back system made/installed on the Tourer. Discussed options for muted sound, very pleased with results.
Remember a stainless exhaust will sound tinny when new until it's "settled in". Can't remember the exact price but think it was about £340 plus VAT.
CDT auto Club Saloon
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|22nd March 2017, 17:22||#14|
North East Regional Sec
MG ZT+ 177, MG ZT T 180 + MGF Freestyle and a Jaguar XF
Join Date: Jan 2008
Location: Newton Aycliffe
Thanked 1,037 Times in 697 Posts
I had a Longlife stainless steel done at Tony Banks in Leeds on my Tourer
and it cost around £550, and will never have to worry about that again
Project Gruple http://www.the75andztclub.co.uk/foru...d.php?t=213155
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