Everyone always goes with Tubi. Why? Anyone have experience using ANSA on their Ferrari or know of someone that has this setup?
I have a Borla stainless steel header and exhaust system on my Jeep (OK actually it is behind the garage right now but you know what I mean). It's a great exhaust. Nice low, mellow tone; not too loud. My system is 9 years old and still looks great.Enzo250GTO said:There is another company too that use to make exhaust for Ferrari but stopped. They are more popular so maybe you know Borla?
I don't know much about this system either. This is a good hijacking! So now it is Tubi vs. ANSA vs. Capristo.EBSDallas said:The local dealer here says that of late he's been installing more Capristo systems than Tubi. At least on 360's.
Bart, i believe Ferrari has to offer legal (and in some ways compromised) system as stock due to various emission/SPL laws. Personally, i like the sound of the Capristo system. The Euro spec 1985 308GTS QV here has a custom system BTW.Bart said:Origanial equipment for me! Me thinks Ferrari knows best. 8)
I think some opt to go with capristo because it adds HP while enhances the sound. I have yet to hear a Capristo on a 360. The jury is still out on that one. I also heard the system runs a bit hotter than Tubi. I went with Tubi because that's the equipment used on the F1 cars and it sounds awesome.EBSDallas said:Not to hijack the thread, but what is the general concensus on the Capristo system?
The local dealer here says that of late he's been installing more Capristo systems than Tubi. At least on 360's.
Photos coming right up.senna21 said:And on exhaust side note, and not to hijack this further, has anyone heard the optional "megaphone" exhaust that was offered on the 288 GTO? And does anyone know if a similar system was ever fitted to a 308QV of the time? Or does anyone have photos of this system.