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On many mg tf's only the left exhaust works as regulations resticted the sounds, this is done with an evc Exhaust Volume Control, this is visible as you can only see gasses coming out of the left exhaust. The easy way around this is to simply disconnect the rubber stopper from the back of the exhaust just by the rear driver side tyre, this then opend the valve and both exhaust work emmiting gasses from both pipes and a greater sound.

Who has done this and what do u think??
 

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Welcome Clark to the forum.

Yes just pull the pipe and roll it up but put a screw in the end of the pipe otherwise you will end up with a vacuum leak.
 

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meant to try this ages ago, saw this thread and gave it a go ;)

Revved engine before and after removal and it definately gives the OEM exhaust a throatier sound to it, not very refined it has to be said, but definately different and louder. Not sure if I like it compared to before or not, but still, very easy to do (and undo if needs be)

This doesn't affect the performance or damage the car/exhaust in any way though does it? Lots of people have commented on how to do it, no one has really touched on the implications (if there are even any to worry about in the first place)
 

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Twin Exhaust Enabling

Hi guys, this adaption is for the TF, is the F (T160) the same, if not, how?

(Ooops, just accidently posted this on the old thread).
 

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This "working on one exhaust" only happens when it is warming up, doesn't it? Or is is dependent on engine revs?
 
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