Range Rover Classic Full Exhaust Systems - V8 3.9 Litre 1992 on
VIN JA onwards. Not including fittings.
How to identify mild or stainless steel exhausts using the price guide.
If you require a FULL standard system, then the part number (beginning RA) in the Price Guide will have an MS suffix (for Mild Steel) or SS (for Stainless Steel).
If you need only a single component, refer to ‘individual system components’ where the part numbers are shown separately.
Enhancements for Sports Exhaust
Our Sports Exhaust Systems are designed to give an increase in power and torque on an otherwise unmodified vehicle. The way they achieve this is by helping the engine to ‘breathe out’ more efficiently.
Fitting K&N air filters at the same time as our Sports System will help the engine to ‘breathe in’ more efficiently – by removing the restrictive standard air filter – yielding even better results. For K&N filters, see our Fuel Section.
To gain maximum benefit from our Sports System, particularly in large capacity V8’s (3.9, 4.2 or even 4.6 litre versions), fit our Big Valve Performance cylinder heads. These heads are ported and gas-flowed to help the engine achieve optimum efficiency. For Performance cylinder heads, refer to our V8 Engine section.
Finally, don’t forget your fuel system: all this extra efficiency will be lost if your carbs are worn out or your injection system is not up to scratch! The original carbs should be adequate for an otherwise unmodified 3.5 engine fitted with a Sports System and K&N filters (provided they are correctly set up). For the same vehicle fitted with modified cylinder heads or a bigger engine, however, we would recommend fitting one of our 4 barrel carb kits (see our Fuel Section).
Similarly, standard efi vehicles will need no modifications to the injection system when fitting a Sports System and K&N. If further modifications are being considered, such a change of camshaft, Performance cylinder heads or a bigger engine, we strongly recommend a remapped ecu to provide the correct fueling. We can remap your existing ecu to suit your engine’s requirements exactly, giving crisper throttle response, more power and torque and better fuel efficiency.