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The reason to have exhaust back pressure control is to obtain a better engine torque band and to maintain drive-ability in a wide range of conditions. Today’s high performance engines prefer a free flowing exhaust at wide throttle openings and high rpm. At smaller throttle openings and low rpm encountered in traffic, a slight increase in exhaust back pressure, results in better low end torque and a more user friendly engine. forpc jiofi.local.html 

Sorry no idea Hago


My dad currently owns a 2014 Rapide S and absolutely adores the car, especially the exhaust notes from the 6 (5.9) litre v12 when you get it up to speed. Mobdro

I was looking at purchasing an exhaust remote that opens the valves below the 4,000 rpm as a gift for him ( Something like but am unsure about the long term effects of the device.

Is it safe to install such a device, does it void AM warranty, damage the valves etc?

I’m not especially car-savvy, especially with Astons, so anything helps!


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