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Offline Aircon

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  • Location: Melbourne, Australia
  • Name: Peter
I'm hoping the LP will follow price wise the CS path.

There's actually a lot less LPs made world wide.

Who says cars can't be an investment ha

at the very worst, you get to drive around in an LP!!

I love my car. Buy your own



Offline nuxi


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  • Location: Melbourne
  • Name: Michael
Sensational colour combo and the nicer wheels! That looks bloody fantastic. Compliments the garage nicely. Stunning Stradale too  :thumbsup: :melting:



Offline mondi

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Why are the Batwings deployed?????


Shouldn't they be closed?


Was that advertised? I don't remember seeing it..........nice pickup.


Wonder what happened to the other LP640 that was crashed not long ago.



Offline 360c

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Wise move holding onto the CS.

Yup best of both worlds, a drivers car and an outrageous cruiser :)



Offline Trainwrex


  • Joined: Jun 2015

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

thanks guys for the kind words. I was hesitant in getting the LP but so glad i just went for it.. Dont worry about tomorrow just think of the day mentality!!


Why are the Batwings deployed?????


Shouldn't they be closed?


Was that advertised? I don't remember seeing it..........nice pickup.


Wonder what happened to the other LP640 that was crashed not long ago.


Ive kept them deployed for now, theres a trick you can do to manually keep them up..

No it wasnt advertised which was very fortuetous for me picking it up.




Yup best of both worlds, a drivers car and an outrageous cruiser :)


They are definately two different beasts.. and very enjoyable at that!!

The LP even in a non-outrageous colour demands so much attention. Ive had people come up to me at the servo, off the street.

And i thought the CS got a lot of attention, but nothing quite like the experience with the LP so far.



Offline E7ITE


  • Joined: Jun 2008

  • Location: Perth, WA
beautiful car, it looks better with that yellow/black sticker removed!

You should join Lambopower if you haven't already.



Offline 360c

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They are definately two different beasts.. and very enjoyable at that!!

The LP even in a non-outrageous colour demands so much attention. Ive had people come up to me at the servo, off the street.

And i thought the CS got a lot of attention, but nothing quite like the experience with the LP so far.

In my limited experience of driving Lambo's there is nothing else that stops traffic like them. I reckon it might verge on annoying if you were driving an Aventador :D



Offline Trainwrex


  • Joined: Jun 2015

  • Drives: Challenge stradale, LP640
  • Location: Western Australia
beautiful car, it looks better with that yellow/black sticker removed!

You should join Lambopower if you haven't already.

I literally picked it up 6pm Friday night by 6.30pm it was gone.

Cool will do..


In my limited experience of driving Lambo's there is nothing else that stops traffic like them. I reckon it might verge on annoying if you were driving an Aventador :D

Ha I actually prefer the smooth lines of the LP than the aventador. But I wouldn't say no to one haha



Offline Trainwrex


  • Joined: Jun 2015

  • Drives: Challenge stradale, LP640
  • Location: Western Australia
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.

I just did this mod jacked the car up in the garage took 5mins..

It sounds better at low rpm but the car is really doughy now. Dosent have the pickup like it did with the valves attached. Obviously removing the restriction will make it less responsive..

Could thIs this because the ECU has adapted to the bigger flow in the low Rpms?


Atkeast I saw that there's no secondary cats which is a bonus.. Now to buy a muffler delete and reattach the valves..



Offline mhh

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I just did this mod jacked the car up in the garage took 5mins..

It sounds better at low rpm but the car is really doughy now. Dosent have the pickup like it did with the valves attached. Obviously removing the restriction will make it less responsive..

Could thIs this because the ECU has adapted to the bigger flow in the low Rpms?


Atkeast I saw that there's no secondary cats which is a bonus.. Now to buy a muffler delete and reattach the valves..

Reduced back pressure perhaps? I didn't notice any power difference on my car. Someone here will know.



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