At the request of several, posting this to show what some of us have been doing to our exhaust for heavier off-road use. As many know on the LR3 and the RR Sport the exhaust hangs low after the rear diff and can get banged up or pinch. Some of our friends have cut theirs off just after the mid muffler or silencer as it is referred to in the service manual. The vehicle does get a little louder at low end RPM's but over all not to noticeable. For reference the two #3s in the photo above are the catalytic converters up front, #7 #8 and the two #9s at the back are silencers/mufflers. I decided to make the rear pipes and rear silencers removable so I could enjoy the regular quieter sounds I am use to during daily use. So I had the pipes cut after the mid silencer and repaired with bolt on flanges added so they can be removed. With the long pipes off the exhaust blows straight back and partially at the rear diff which I didn't like. I also added bolt on adjustable directional spouts to point the exhaust flow down an a little off to the side keeping them as close to the frame line for the best clearance. I had this work done a local muffler shop for about $180. It only takes a few minutes to pop the long pipes and put on the directional's before heading out on a trail run. As I said you do get a little more of a low rumble sound at low RPM's but not noticeable at higher RPM.s and speed. In fact one our club members has had his cut off for a while and I never noticed it until he told me. I am sure there will be adjustments as we run this a while but the best part is it is easy to make adjustments with it set up this way.