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When thinking of a classic, vintage sports car, you may imagine something that James Bond would drive with sleek lines, chrome wheels, and a two-seater. The Jaguar E-Type that was produced from 1961 to 1975 is a perfect example of this type of fast, stylish car. It has a very distinct body style with a long front end with curved quarter panels, and the passenger area at the rear of the car. Known for integrating modern construction techniques with style, the early version came equipped with a separate push-button start, but was later replaced in the Series 2 with the standard turnkey ignition switch.

The beauty of this car is a large part of its appeal, so having Jaguar E-Type parts on hand to replace or repair things as they come up, like door handles, tail light covers, and even the proper bolts is important. Things like this will keep your car the envy of the neighborhood. Jaguar E-Type wheels are the classic wire rims that were popular in the 1960s and 1970s and were a mark of class, but you can also find aluminum wheels to give your coupe a more modern look.

Whether you are looking for a vintage Jaguar E-Type that is ready to hit the road, or for parts to fix yours up and get it back on its feet, the sellers on eBay offer a great selection for you to choose from. Shop the large inventory of cars, trucks, and vehicles including Jaguar car and truck parts!

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The Jaguar F-TYPE is like a velociraptor in a tuxedo: it’s all snarling and teeth and claws and anger, but classy and gentlemanly about it at the same time. For its blending of all things classy, powerful and fast, the F-TYPE is leaving test-drivers, owners, and auto writers around the globe absolutely smitten. Then, there’s the exhaust note, which is bonkers. The F-TYPE’s V8 engine sounds like automatic gunfire blended with fireworks.

The V6 makes a smoother, more exotic sound, though equally as slobber-inducing for anyone that likes combustion and has an ear or two. I figure, if there’s one company gets, like really gets, performance car exhaust notes, it’s gotta be Jaguar. So, I looked up Dr. Garry Dunne, JLR’s Senior Technical Specialist of Vehicle NVH and Sound Quality, for a closer look at went into making the F-TYPE’s sound output such an amazing symphony of ignition.

Some notes from our interview are below. (ED: check out Justin’s video review of the F-TYPE so you can hear it for yourself.) Justin: How important is the exhaust noise of a car like the F-TYPE? Do owners ask for or demand a car that’s totally gnarly sounding, or is this something inherent of all Jaguar models? Dr. Denne: Central to the Jaguar Sound Quality DNA is the delivery of a duality – both an exhilarating and an effortless driving experience.

The cars purr at idle. They have an effortless and refined cruising character, with an underlying promise of performance. This promise is delivered through a powerful and purposeful Sound Quality character that builds to a rewarding, crisp crescendo under performance driving. We often use the catchphrase ‘Effortless transition from a powerful growl to and edgy snarl’ to capture the essence of the Jaguar Powertrain Sound quality.

This applies to all Jaguar models. One of the key aims for the F-TYPE was to deliver the most extreme Jaguar Powertrain Sound Quality – with a more overt character more of the time. The aim was to ensure a clear and edgy promise of performance at low rpm, building to an exciting crisp, and race-car inspired crescendo at high rpm and during overrun. Justin: Does the exhaust sound play an important role in the shopper’s purchase decision? Dr.

Denne: The sound of the engine and exhaust has a role to play in the shopper’s purchase decision. For a sports car, this is a very significant role as it plays a major part in the overall fun to drive and exciting experience. Justin: Is there a regulatory sound limit on how ‘loud’ a car’s exhaust can be? Does it vary between countries? Was much bribing required to be able to exceed that limit with the F-TYPE? Dr.

Denne: Jaguar is very proud of the exhaust sound and driving experience that we created on the F-TYPE. This was developed to meet all of the stringent compliance regulations required by on OEM. The pass-by-noise level is a well-established compliance regulation that all new cars must meet. There are minor variations between EU/ROW and US regulations but they essentially require similar noise control limits.

The F-TYPE has been designed to meet the most stringent of all the global regulations. The F-TYPE does not have different exhaust tunes for different markets — it is a global car. All JLR products comply with all regulatory sound limits. Justin: How much control do engineers have over the way the car sounds? Is a target sound set and achieved, or is the sound just a by-product of other things? Dr.

Denne: The delivery of the exhaust sound quality on the F-TYPE is far from a by-product of other things. We spend considerable amounts of time and engineering resources in the development and tuning of the vehicle hardware to deliver our desired sound. The initial exhaust system development work was carried out using a combination of expertise and computer aided engineering (CAE) and simulation techniques.

Based upon years of experience, the Jaguar team developed a concept for the exhaust system that we knew would deliver the required sound quality character outlined above. Ultimately, however, the Sound Quality can only be signed off by driving the real car. Therefore the final stage in the acoustic development of the F-TYPE was a series of iterative tuning loops of the exhaust and intake system hardware on prototype vehicles.

Over 50 different exhaust systems with both significant and minor changes were evaluated before the final specification delivering the acoustic performance was signed-off. Justin: So, Jaguar pays someone, with actual money, to drive and listen to prototype models and fine-tune the exhaust sound of cars like the F-TYPE? Dr. Denne: Yes, a whole team of us – and as there is a lot to do, there will always be a job available.

Justin: Can the exhaust noise be manipulated? Is it just the style of muffler? The intake system? The exhaust manifold? What, physically, gives the F-TYPE its signature noise? Dr. Denne: Very much so. All of the items that you mention have a part to play in the tuning of the sound quality character. Clearly some items such as the engine configuration (V6 or V8, crank design, etc.) are givens and we need to work around these basic ‘ingredients’.

Other items such as manifold design configuration (e.g. equal length, log-type, etc) also need to be reconciled with other attributes, such as emissions. Thereafter the intake and exhaust system layout and internals have a major part to play in adding the ‘spice’ to the sound quality character. There is a significant amount of acoustic tuning that can be done on these commodities, similar to playing tunes on woodwind or brass instruments to deliver the desired ‘note’.

Items include bank to bank mixing, tuned resonators, expansion volumes and perforation patterns. All of these are tuned to deliver the desired overall sound quality character. The exhaust configuration and internals also need to be reconciled with package, durability and performance attribute requirements, plus the obvious requirements for cost and weight . Getting to the sweet spot for acoustic character that meets the other attribute requirements is the real engineering challenge.

Another key element is the delivery of an exhaust system that maintains the Jaguar DNA duality, and not be so extreme that the car cannot be driven in a refined manner when required. Establishing the point at which the balance between excitement and refinement is correct is the key to delivering the Jaguar DNA. This can only be achieved with the joint working between our expert Sound Quality development team and our expert vehicle evaluation team.

Justin: What causes that delightful pitter-patter drum-beat from the tailpipes when you lift the throttle at higher RPMs? Dr. Denne: This is delivered through a combination of the exhaust internal tuning, and fueling calibration. Justin: Did you have any other performance cars, historical or otherwise, in mind when designing the F-TYPE’s exhaust sound? Dr. Denne: The desire for the F-TYPE was to deliver a race-car inspired sound, and whilst we had no particular car in mind, we did have a very clear view of what that sound would be: strong tonal firing order and harmonic components progressing through crisp high frequency resonance features, reinforced by a snappy gearshift character.

These words cannot capture the true character of the powertrain sound quality, so we define the actual target sound on our NVH simulator that we can interactively drive prior to the development of any hardware.

Felicia Watson

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