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  1. Please stop, this is getting redic. One post "do you guys watch any of these youtubers" other post "Things I love about my 2019 lamborghini aventador s roadster" with nothing more than link to your channel and finally "dealership called to take this video I made of aventador s roadster down" with nothing more than a fake rant and again a link to the video." Its getting old.
  2. For what its worth, the pre-LP does not have the high pitch that the LP's have. My 2002: didn't realize there was an exhaust on it already so bought a DTP exhaust. Car sounds very bassy and boomy. Previous exhaust unknown maybe an early version of LOC who knows, it was so quiet i thought it was stock. I can't even imagine how bassy and boomy the car gets with headers and primary cat deletes. Mine with just the DTP exhaust was borderline unbearable how bassy it is. My 2007: had stock exhaust, sounded high pitch. When I replaced it with the DTP exhaust, I realized the oem exhaust valves were stuck in the open position and maybe thats why it sounded "louder" than stock and higher pitched. Tossed it in the dumpster. Swapped with DTP exhaust and cat deletes and holy hell its ear piercing high pitch. I've done many hard drives with other exotics and they always tell me that they can't even hear their own cars, all they heard was a banshee screaming somewhere down the road. My 2001 Diablo 6.0: has KSG on it. Sounded pretty good but not high pitched. Swapped out the primary cats and did test pipes, hoping for a more high pitch. Car is now louder and more "raw" but still not high pitched. So 6.0 sounds "raw" 6.2 sounds "bassy" and 6.5 sounds high pitch from my experience. With that being said though, your setup doesn't sound great at the upper RPM's. I'm wondering if the recording just clipped out due to the db output of that exhaust or if its just overly bassy and its drowning out any high pitch sounds.
  3. Willing to bet its the clutch slave. Mine did the exact same thing. It leaked brake fluid through the clutch slave. Refilled it, primed the clutch with the help of a friend. Car ran fine. Next day took it out and same issue (clutch pedal very light and goes straight to the floor, cannot engage into gear). Swapped out clutch slave (and rod while you down there) and no issues since.
  4. PM him on Instagram too, he responds there pretty quick "Lamborfuckinghini"
  5. Get the ignition coils from Whiteout. My 2002 Murci drove like a complete POS until it was swapped out with the new coils. The OEM ones are trash.
  6. My clutch slave was leaking and it made the clutch rod look very similar to your picture. Not sure if my leak was green like yours though. My car just wouldn't engage into gear (clutch pedal was super light). I'd suggest swapping out the clutch slave ($150) and get a new rod ($800).
  7. Should just do it like the old Lambos, kit frame with body on top, drop huge ass motor with a 6 speed manual. Would be so in for one!
  8. I didn't use the launch control at all, it all highway pulls so I can't comment on the launch control. Casually fast as in its too refined and is missing the dramatic dna of a lambo.
  9. Drove it this last weekend. I think its a great SUV but it definitely lacks the Lambo drama. If I had $250k to drop, I wouldn't mind one in the garage. Just not sold on the fact that its 1.5x more than a Model X P100D, 1.5x more than a Range Rover SVR, 1.5x more than a Porsche Cayenne Turbo. The interior is killer, car looks great in person. Driving it, it is fast but "casually" fast. It doesn't feel fast from the butt dyno but the speedometer shows how quickly it climbs. Basically a Cayenne on steroids is what I think of it.
  10. If you do return it to stock let me know. I might be interested in the kit =)
  11. kaliturbo

    Murcie Value

    Ok so I just saw the monterey blue from Cats Exotics last Friday and holy crap it looks incredibly good in person. I would say my second fav color after verder ithaca.
  12. kaliturbo

    Murcie Value

    I'd guess $170-$180k. $10k less if clutch hasn't been done. Just my guess.
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