Rover 827 Exhuast Note

The exhuast note of my 827 on tick over (750-800rpm). Sounds really good seeing as the exhuast has been bashed to about 1/3 of the original size from being lowered. thanks to speed bumps and pot holes, the exhuast also has a hole in it. Im changing the suspension and exhuast soon! Thanks for watching!

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