Installation: Capristo Valved X Pipe Exhaust Lamborghini Huracan Evo AWD

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Installation: Capristo Valved X Pipe Exhaust Lamborghini Huracan Evo AWD

Supernatural NA Sounds

It’s 2020 and the amount of naturally aspirated, mid-engined supercars can be counted easily on one hand, and this is one of those bad boys. This Lamborghini Huracán Evo is packed from pointy nose to upward-slanting tail with a bunch of technological gizmos that make it faster around the track than ever, and ontop of all that this bull is getting treated to the highly anticipated CAPRISTO Valved Exhaust System

this exhaust System for the Huracan Performante and EVO offers the best of both worlds through its capability to produce an aggressive exhaust note under acceleration, and a more subdued sound for city driving with our patented Capristo valves.  At lower engine speeds and during cruise operation the valves are closed and produce a deeper exhaust note. At wide-open throttle the valves open, releasing the full symphony of the highly tuned Performante/EVO engine.

Capristo is the OEM Technology Partner for the Huracan Super Trofeo (Squadra Corsa) and as the supplier of the all Huracan racing exhaust systems we know our way around the performance and acoustics of the engine.  Trust that you will be getting the maximum power extraction from your exhaust system along with the iconic CAPRISTO sound the world loves.

The OEM Performante/EVO exhaust weighs 19.9kg while the Capristo weighs in at 14.2kg (30% lighter than the stock system).  

The opening or closing of the CAPRISTO valves are controlled by the engine ECU, therefore working in the same way that the original exhaust was designed to function. The OEM vacuum pipes fit directly into the CAPRISTO valve system.

CAPRISTO Exhaust systems are engineered and manufactured utilizing advanced 3D Laser-Scanning, CAD Design, Digital prototyping, and CNC-bending/milling at our factory in Germany. Each system is made of high-grade T309 (1.4828) Stainless Steel and hand polished to a mirror finish. After extensive research, this specific alloy was chosen for its sonic resonance properties, low weight, and durability which are close to the properties of Inconel (used in F1).