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Old 08-03-2010, 08:05 PM
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Hi I just picked up an 08 Gallardo coupe and i'm looking to get suggestions for exhaust, I would like the exhaust to sound deeper and not so tin like, any suggestions
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Old 08-03-2010, 08:18 PM
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I would go with Kreissieg but it is very expensive.

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have you ever heard of fabspeed
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It sounds amazing! Talk to fabryce at gmg racing.
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My Kreisseig is being installed right now!!
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my exhaust

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Old 08-04-2010, 09:01 AM
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I vuw my fabspeed

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Gvan: I'm interested in the Fabspeed exhaust system. I've looked it up on the internet and found "Muffler Bypass Pipes" for the `04-`05 G at Vividracing for $1595. Is that the unit you have on your `04? Does it completely bypass the muffler and cat system to result in what is essentially straight pipes? Did you do the installation yourself? It says it saves 55 lbs. in weight, so I'm assuming you remove the OEM exhaust system? Did you have any issues with warning lights coming on after the installation? Is there any difference in performance that you can detect? And finally, I watched your Youtube video, but it's difficult to get a sense of the tone and decibel level compared to the OEM system. Is it significantly louder than the OEM system, `cause that's what I'm looking for! Thanks.
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It will be significantly louder.

I bought an RSC Tuning system for my '08 and was worried it would not be loud enough... My goodness the difference from stock is MASSIVE.

Video of mine:


And the noise reading - 126.1dB:


The RSC system is ALMOST straight through, but as well as the stainless pipe it has a titanium box with a valve in which helps with the back pressure that can cause engine lights to come on. Not had any issues with mine and the build quality was awsome... definitely consider speaking to the guys at RSC
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wow, that's pretty loud~
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