Yes, as stated above, nothing gets quite as good as the race exhaust, but I am very happy with the EVO system. I really don't think it is worth messing with for very little gain. You will not be disappointed.As long as you didn't come from a 580/610 with the Lamborghini factory race exhaust. You'll love it.
On the EVO, I believe the cats are built into the header and deep in the engine bay. Therefore, I dont think it's feasible/possible to delete the cats without a lot of custom work. (someone correct me if I'm wrong)With each and every GT Porsche I purchased I immediately went with straight pipe track exhausts. As you all know; even the NA GT3’s sound like sewing machines with the stock system.
As this is my first Lamborghini (April May delivery 🙏); I’m hoping that I’ll be at least initially satisfied with the sound of the stock exhaust system. Your thought are appreciated 👍
I better not! That will just make me hungry for aftermarket immediately 😉The stock exhaust on the Evo is great. But if you go to your dealer that you ordered your car from (assuming its local) try and see if they can show you what it sounds like and see for yourself. As much as I love the stock evo exhaust, I have been on this endless/obsessive journey of replicating the factory race exhaust sound on this 610 I had for a weekend to my evo. My suggestion is just go to the dealer see if they can fire one up and see for yourself. Good luck!
I hear you 😅. But keep in mind, the Akrapovic is the only one that keeps the warranty valid. I wish it sounded like thisI better not! That will just make me hungry for aftermarket immediately 😉
This is a true statement...A cat back exhaust isn’t going to mess with your warranty. Dealer probably has big margins selling you a $12k Akra exhaust. Waste of money IMO on these cars.
If you want more volume, get straight pipes. Something like this in stainless should be $1500.