Exhaust Flap Control

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  • #100523

    danf1234
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    UK - England

    Posts: 259



    First Ford in 20 years and loving every minute of it!

    #100555

    RS77
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    UK - England

    Posts: 1270

    Mine has started opening when cold starting. Closes after a few mins.

    #107527

    brian-rees
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    UK - Wales

    Posts: 2

    @tommy306

     

    The ASR control unit has a small single wire [not the main cable] coming out of the box, do you know what this is used for?

    #174746

    Lawrence Wong
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    USA

    Posts: 2

    Hi stan916, sorry to revive a dead thread. I’m new here and I’m wondering if you could dm me or post more about the steps you took to make the kit you’re referring to. I’m in a special circumstance since I ended up buying an RS muffler with the valve, but I have a base S model and I’m wanting to be able the active valve that’s on the muffler.

    #174747

    DaveRS3
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    United Kingdom

    Posts: 1156

    Welcome Lawrence.

    Muffler!. What a wonderful word – we don’t get to hear much this side of the pond.

    I’ve wanted to activate muffler valves all my life but i seem to have lost the knack!.

    Pictures always welcome.

    #174764

    Tyrefitter
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    UK - England

    Posts: 506

    I also have the J9 controller which i find very useful,the one i havemust be a latter one as it reverts to closed when i turn the car of So on start up its always closed.Great place where you have mounted yours Dan,i need to get myself some velcro.



    Andy.

     

    Red Edition.

    #175162

    Lawrence Wong
    Participant

    USA

    Posts: 2

    Seems like everyone here ended up finding a method that controls the flap utilizing the stock harness or found an aftermarket exhaust…
    Don’t know if there’s gonna be a solution for my special case since I don’t have the luxury of being able to have it pre-wired. 😅

    #176698

    srea064
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    UK - England

    Posts: 463

    Sorry to post on an old thread. Recently managed to secure the J9 controller via flea bay. What do you guys do when the car is due it’s MOT, do you revert back to original wiring and simply leave the unit unplugged?



    Steve – Magnetic Grey

    FPM 375

    Air Tech RDU Cooler

    Wireless Charging Pad

    DSC Suspension Controller 

    J9 Performance Exhaust Valve Controller

    #176700

    elliot
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    UK - England

    Posts: 666

    Just leave the valve in closed position and keep the remote out of sight. Less chance of an advisory for ‘noisy’ exhaust if you have aftermarket system fitted.



    FPM 375 & DS 2+ iMap

    DSC  Controller

    Tractive Suspension

    Mountune V3 Cat Back

    Mishimoto Intercooler

     

    #176701

    srea064
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    UK - England

    Posts: 463

    @elliot, thanks…makes, sense 👍



    Steve – Magnetic Grey

    FPM 375

    Air Tech RDU Cooler

    Wireless Charging Pad

    DSC Suspension Controller 

    J9 Performance Exhaust Valve Controller

    #179357

    steve-rs
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    UK - England

    Posts: 67

    Hi I have fitted a similar kit from a seller on eBay, £95.00 +P & P  (I think )

    straight plug and play fitted myself in 20 minutes or so

    posted from Portugal all instructions in English nice small key fob

    works as it says really quite quiet in a morning on the scorpion exhaust that’s fitted

    really pleased

     

    • This reply was modified 1 month, 1 week ago by steve-rs.
    #179377

    white-rs2
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    UK - England

    Posts: 4424

    My default on the J9 is the flap is closed, I have to press the button to open the flap.

    I left everything in-situ for the MOT no one mentioned anything.



    RS Edition.

    FPM375 Rocks

    The rest of the “M” maps suck

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