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Offline Trainwrex


  • Joined: Jun 2015

  • Drives: Challenge stradale, LP640
  • Location: Western Australia
Hi guys,

Picked up an LP640 and was wondering what exhaust options people have gone with.

Also whether there is a sensor in the muffler that could throw a cel?

For those that have gone catbypass pipes how loud does it make it in comparison to a catted system. Did you use O2 sensor adapters to prevent from getting a cel code?

Thanks in advance



Offline mhh

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  • Joined: Feb 2006

  • Location: Adelaide
Hi guys,

Picked up an LP640 and was wondering what exhaust options people have gone with.

Also whether there is a sensor in the muffler that could throw a cel?

For those that have gone catbypass pipes how loud does it make it in comparison to a catted system. Did you use O2 sensor adapters to prevent from getting a cel code?

Thanks in advance

I had an LP640. I plugged the vacuum lines and got a heap of low rev volume that it needed. I was  happy with the sound after that.



Offline Trainwrex


  • Joined: Jun 2015

  • Drives: Challenge stradale, LP640
  • Location: Western Australia
Thanks for that. Is there a DIY like type link you could point me in the direction of. I would Defibateky try that first.



Offline nuxi


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  • Location: Melbourne
  • Name: Michael
Congrats! We want pictures asap!



Offline mondi

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I had an LP640. I plugged the vacuum lines and got a heap of low rev volume that it needed. I was  happy with the sound after that.


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Offline 360c

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  • Joined: Apr 2006

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Congratulations :)
I would highly recommend that you don't stuff around with or remove the Cats. The CEL issue will be an endless PITA for very little gain. A muffler alone should do the trick without CEL's.
Try MHH's suggestion first though. Cheap and easy and might be enough for you.



Offline looney


  • Joined: Mar 2007

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Congratulations.  We want pics



Offline E7ITE


  • Joined: Jun 2008

  • Location: Perth, WA
Congrats, which one did you get?

You could drop by Yeo Luxury who are the local dealer for FI (Frequency Intelligence) exhausts.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tFcMbAQ4biM

The one in the clip has had a cat delete though.



Offline F1V10


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Offline mhh

  • Chief Test Pilot

  • Joined: Feb 2006

  • Location: Adelaide
Thanks for that. Is there a DIY like type link you could point me in the direction of. I would Defibateky try that first.

My mechanic did it in 5 minutes on the hoist. I'm no mechanic but I'm guessing it's a piece of cake for someone who is.



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