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Old 22nd March 2017, 16:07   #1
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Default Exhaust fit advice regarding model?

Is there any difference in the exhaust fitted to the Rover 75 tourer 2.0 CDT diesel and the 2.0 CDTi Diesel???

This is important as I have just ordered a Klarius exhaust, and there now appears to be slight changes in part numbers!!

Klarius themselves only give exhaust part numbers for Rover 75 tourer 2.0 TD which were the part numbers I used to order my parts....

If I have it wrong I need to cancel order prior to despatch so instant advice would be appreciated Thanks
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Old 22nd March 2017, 19:09   #2
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Hopefully someone can advise on the tourer situation. For what it's worth they are definitely not conpatible in a saloon.
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Hopefully someone can advise on the tourer situation. For what it's worth they are definitely not conpatible in a saloon.
All part numbers were supplied by Klarius and double checked by dealers, but what concerns me is that the only Rover 75 tourer Diesel engine they quote is the 2.0TD.
Its done now so will have to se what arrives ,hopefully all will be well
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AFAIK, the engine, if a diesel, is not a problem. If the exhaust is for a Tourer, then there should be no problem
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AFAIK, the engine, if a diesel, is not a problem. If the exhaust is for a Tourer, then there should be no problem
Thanks for the reassurance, as its very difficult to get the so called professionals to commit! The car is a diesel and a tourer, with all part numbers supplied by Klarius purchased.
Klarius themselves only give a choice of engines as 1.8 petrol,1,8 Diesel,2,0,2.0TD and 2.5.
Therefore as mine is a diesel 2.0 CDTi, the 2.0 TD appeared the only and natural choice?
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As far as exhausts are concerned, there was only one diesel engine, so you should be fine.
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