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Aftermarket Exhaust Recommendations for LP Spyder

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I wanted to engage with the LP Spyder owners who are driving with aftermarket exhausts. Stock LP exhaust is too quiet, especially compared to my Pre-LP with stock exhaust (but the valves were permanently open) .

I like driving with the top down and don't want an excessively loud exhaust. There will be a lot of personal preferences, but I'm interested to see your thoughts. I want to avoid CELs and drone. I hope to use the stock heat shielding to avoid melting the rear bumper and wires.


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So are you saying you haven't done the 'permanently open' valve mod on your LP yet ? It's not a Huge difference, but it is definitely an improvement....even if only temporary.
I’ll look into this, thanks for the suggestion.
I went with Avior and am very pleased with the choice. I removed the heat shield and wrapped it with heat wrap. Alex was fantastic to work with, and I would buy it again if I had a do-over. The pricetag is very well spent!
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Beautiful! I’ve stumbled across Avior after watching so many aftermarket exhaust videos for the LP. Avior sounds great! I will have to give them serious consideration. Thank you.
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I installed an Fi system on my 2010 LP Spyder... did it myself over 3 days (took my time). Dumped the heat shield and wrapped it in titanium... valved system with two settings that are great when I pull into the neighborhood...
Do you have any sound clips of your Fi exhaust? Very few videos on YouTube.

Nice work installing the exhaust yourself btw, wish I had the tools and mechanical ability.
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