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View Poll Results: Which exhaust for a 360 Modena?
Tubi 20 24.69%
Capristo 21 25.93%
Larini 4 4.94%
Novitec 0 0%
X-OST 2 2.47%
Standard Ferrari 8 9.88%
Other 26 32.10%
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post #121 of 129 Old 01-06-2015, 01:35 PM
 
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Just placed my order for a Timate titanium exhaust so will keep everyone posted when I install it.
Just got to look for some new sports cats now.
Anyone any ideas?
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post #122 of 129 Old 10-29-2015, 04:58 PM
 
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We have Larini Sport Cats, Mufflers, Air Filters, etc for the F360, have a look at : Formula Dynamics - Official USA Distributor of Larini Exhaust Systems and as always, feel free to contact us with any questions, we're here to help!

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post #123 of 129 Old 10-30-2015, 11:11 AM
 
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What are some of the choices in "other" regarding who to vote for?

Michael G. Washington DC Area - 2010 Ferrari California Nero
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2013 VW Jetta GLI (Borla Exhaust, K&N)
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What are some of the choices in "other" regarding who to vote for?
I'd say one that should be on the list is Fabspeed. They support all the big forums and my experience with them has been first rate! I'm installing their headers/blankets this winter to mate with a Challenge muffler, may do the sport cats at some point.
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I'd say one that should be on the list is Fabspeed. They support all the big forums and my experience with them has been first rate! I'm installing their headers/blankets this winter to mate with a Challenge muffler, may do the sport cats at some point.
I have run Fabspeed on two vehicles, My Porsche Cayman S., and my Ghibli Base. Both cars came alive when I went with fabspeed in terms of horsepower and sound. You really pick up mid-speed passing ability with the tune they provide as well. And in terms of sound, I don't wake up my neighbors when I am scooting in and out of the cul-de-sac. But when I want to make noise the system from Fabspeed obliges very well.

I would recommend!

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post #126 of 129 Old 03-12-2016, 06:53 PM
 
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Racecomp, can you give me a contact for this exhaust as I'm interested. In my opinion not as pretty as the Agency ones but cheaper.
I'm tempted by a used CS box but will need to source end pipes. These could be difficult to find I guess??


I have just fitted the 430 OEM exhaust to my 360 they can be purchased reasonably cheap I bought it local I paid $600 au including pipes. I would fit the capristo brackets around $500 usd or so cheaper alternative make them up yourself (I went for the cheaper option) the pipes will need to be cut down as they are slightly longer than a 360 pipes. I left the valve on the exhaust. When them valves open it bypasses the exh box completly there's no better sounding exhaust out there in my books and it's loud I absolutely love it.
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post #127 of 129 Old 03-14-2016, 02:48 PM
 
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Timate exhaust

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I am about to install a Timate titanium exhaust but does anyone know if exhaust valve controls can be installed in them.
I understand that welding in titanium can be difficult.
I am concerned that they may be too noisy.
Thanks
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post #128 of 129 Old 04-11-2016, 04:49 AM
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What are some of the choices in "other" regarding who to vote for?
I got the FACTORY RACING EXHAUST. A couple of reasons. It was very inexpensive, even from a dealer, as a factory part i have no worry about service, warranty. Probably the biggest reason was it came with the CS ECUs that upgrade a number of things including shift points on the F1 gearbox which is supposed to improve clutch life.
Very happy. I did experiment with detaching the vacuum hoses - awesome - but I will invest in a remote so I can turn the valves on/off at will so I don't upset my neighbours any more than I have to.
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What are some of the choices in "other" regarding who to vote for?
I got the FACTORY RACING EXHAUST. A couple of reasons. It was very inexpensive, even from a dealer, as a factory part i have no worry about service, warranty. Probably the biggest reason was it came with the CS ECUs that upgrade a number of things including shift points on the F1 gearbox which is supposed to improve clutch life.
Very happy. I did experiment with detaching the vacuum hoses - awesome - but I will invest in a remote so I can turn the valves on/off at will so I don't upset my neighbours any more than I have to.
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