Do you need to change the engine air filter and the pollen air filter in your Jaguar XF (X250) Diesel V6? Then this is the right tutorial for you. For a modern car, I was surprised at how easy it was to do. Mind the brittle plastic bits, though.
The first really significant modification to my RCZ
Enough of the routine maintenance, let’s get some excitement into this ride. The K&N air filter was a good start, but why not upgrade the RCZ esthetically while also improving the sound note?! I decided to install a FOX dual exhaust for three reasons: It looks great – chrome, classy and bigger than the stock exhaust – hopefully sounds great and it’s road legal in Switzerland. Furthermore, I went all in and also acquired a matching sporty rear diffusor that allows the new right side exhaust to come out.
NOTICE: The installation is quite straightforward. As always, take some time to prepare yourself and don’t rush the whole disassembling an reassembling. The kit was complete. You don’t need to cut or weld anything to the chassis. However, you need to cut the stock exhaust pipe at the exact spot, in order for the new pipe to fit. More tips are given at the end of part 2.
Here’s how it’s done! 🙂
Part 1 – Removing the original exhaust and prefitting the FOX exhaust
Part 2 – Final assembly, sound check and feedback