EXHS3LWBD200300 Exhaust System 200Tdi Disco 300Tdi Manifold LWB
EXHS3LWBD200300 Exhaust System 200Tdi Disco 300Tdi Manifold LWB fitted in Series 2 to Series 3 Long Wheel Base
Larger bore exhaust system. Manufactured in Aluminised mild steel designed for a turbo engine.
Kit comprises of specially front pipe, connector pipe, intermedate pipe and aftermarket rear silencer. This kit comes complete with clamps and nuts, bolts and washers. The exhaust system is designed to hang on the standard chassis mountings where possible.
Fitting Instructions & Rubber Hangar kit included.
Note, due to all the different exhaust systems on Long Wheel Base models, this exhaust system has been made universal and may follow a different route to the vehicles original exhaust
No mods to chassis are required when this 300 Manifold is fitted
The engine mountings will require packing up about 10mm to allow the 200Tdi turbo to clear the chassis when fitting the 200Tdi Engine or could fit a 300Tdi manifold to the 200Tdi engine then this modification is not required we also can supply an exhaust system for the 300Tdi manifold set up, see part number EXHS3LWBD200300.
For Left Hand Drive Models the steering box will require packing the steering box plate off the chassis by about 25 mm and fit longer bolts and redrill the bulkhead. Get the steering box over to the pedals as far as they will go. This should be enough clearance to clear the drop arm. A 300 turbo manifold set up should be used as both the Defender and Discovery turbos will foul. . We would recommend using the 300TDI exhaust system as above.
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This is a video with the same exhaust fitted into a LWB with a 300TDI engine fitted but it the same exhaust which may be helpful
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STEVE PARKERS LTD have been designing and manufacturing conversion exhausts for over 20 years. Many of our exhausts are made in aluminised mild steel or 304 grade stainless steel. Usually they are designed for the engine requirements but also we try to use the standard chassis brackets and rubber mountings. However on some models other brackets may be required due to the many models of Land Rovers.