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Old 12-01-2012, 07:09 PM
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Default Exhaust for Murcielago LP 640

I am looking to buy an LP 640, very likely a 2008 model year.
I would like to install an exhaust system that does not have a high pitch,
but rather a powerful loud bass sound.
I have an LP 400 S2, with an ANSA exhaust, and a Diablo SE30, with
an Al Burtoni four pipe system.
Both or them are great, but I am not sure if they are available for the Murcielago.
I looked on the web and I heard Borla, Capristo and Fabspeed, which
seemed that they are more of a high pitch.
Any suggestions and recommendation
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The V12 in the Murcie naturally produces a higher pitched sound, and changing it to something low pitched isnt an easy task.
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how about a tubi?
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To get more of a deep tone from the Murci, you have to remove the primary cats.
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I'd be all over this bartoli if i had a murci.

Sounds like nothing else that V12


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Awesome sound!!!!! Whats the setup and where to buy this exhaust system?
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I am looking to buy an LP 640, very likely a 2008 model year.
I would like to install an exhaust system that does not have a high pitch,
but rather a powerful loud bass sound.
I have an LP 400 S2, with an ANSA exhaust, and a Diablo SE30, with
an Al Burtoni four pipe system.
Both or them are great, but I am not sure if they are available for the Murcielago.
I looked on the web and I heard Borla, Capristo and Fabspeed, which
seemed that they are more of a high pitch.
Any suggestions and recommendation
hi ermenasce!

if you are looking for a DEEP exhaust note, fabspeed is the only choice...

like stated above the V12 is "pitchier" than the V10 in the gallardo, here is a video of our high flow cats, secondary cat bypass pipes, and x-pipe, by eliminating the cats like nick said, you can get a deeper sound


or with the stock cats

(jump to 1:42)
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Regular jet taking off ---> sounds like a regular jet taking off

Lambo with Fabspeed exhaust taking off ---> sounds like a regular jet taking off
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Awesome sound!!!!! Whats the setup and where to buy this exhaust system?
Did you pick up that Rosso LP you posted awhile back?

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hi ermenasce!

if you are looking for a DEEP exhaust note, fabspeed is the only choice...

like stated above the V12 is "pitchier" than the V10 in the gallardo, here is a video of our high flow cats, secondary cat bypass pipes, and x-pipe, by eliminating the cats like nick said, you can get a deeper sound

Lamborghini Murcielago LP640 Fabspeed Supersport Exhaust Demo - YouTube

or with the stock cats

Lamborghini Murcielago with Fabspeed Supersport X-Pipe Exhaust System - YouTube (jump to 1:42)
I must disagree, the sound is not at all deep in pitch. Dont get me wrong, it sounds good, but its still a rather high pitched sound.
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I am looking to buy an LP 640, very likely a 2008 model year.
I would like to install an exhaust system that does not have a high pitch,
but rather a powerful loud bass sound.
I have an LP 400 S2, with an ANSA exhaust, and a Diablo SE30, with
an Al Burtoni four pipe system.
Both or them are great, but I am not sure if they are available for the Murcielago.
I looked on the web and I heard Borla, Capristo and Fabspeed, which
seemed that they are more of a high pitch.
Any suggestions and recommendation
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Did you pick up that Rosso LP you posted awhile back?



I must disagree, the sound is not at all deep in pitch. Dont get me wrong, it sounds good, but its still a rather high pitched sound.
in person it is quite a bit deeper sounding than in that video. I think it has a "muscle car" sound to it almost.
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Regular jet taking off ---> sounds like a regular jet taking off

Lambo with Fabspeed exhaust taking off ---> sounds like a regular jet taking off
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Without cats it's much deeper (throaty) than with the primaries.
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