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Here are some exhaust videos on two Quattroporte Sport GT's.

First video is at my friend's place which shows Tubi and Larini in the same setup. The tubi is a lot more boomy bassy and Larini more higher tones. Both have nice snap/crackle/pops on gear changes or deceleration. My Larini is still pretty new so it might rasp up a bit more after it gets more carbon buildup:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aTs2GtuQ_Wc



Second video is a cold start and revs to about 4K rpm I did in my garage:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=65QCZ03XJN0

I've very pleased with the Larini. It has more of an F1 pitch than tubi. I prefer the tips on the Larini much more than the Tubi as well. We took some videos of the Larini on the road too. I'll post those later.

Enjoy!
 

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nice side by side comparison.
the tubi has more bass to it.
and from the 2nd video, it seems that the larini's sound cuts off very quickly.

can you tell us how the larini sound on the road?

i m biased to my tubi, with the occassional popping on throttle off.

hey, may be on a 3rd video you can have both cars doing a symphony!
 

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nice side by side comparison.
the tubi has more bass to it.
and from the 2nd video, it seems that the larini's sound cuts off very quickly.

can you tell us how the larini sound on the road?

i m biased to my tubi, with the occassional popping on throttle off.

hey, may be on a 3rd video you can have both cars doing a symphony!
On the second video the car was cold so most of the revs were only up to 3500-4000 RPM's which is why they cut off quicker.

On the road the Larini's make loud pops/crackles anytime you ease up on the throttle. I can make them pop at will. Sounds great! There is no resonance in the car and can barely hear exhaust when cruising on the freeway.
 

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Stock exhaust?

Thanks for the video! I have Sport GT and am also thinking about the Larini. How do you think it compares to the stock exhaust e.g. volume, note? Do you think it is worth the swap?

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Tubi sounds awesome.



Here are some exhaust videos on two Quattroporte Sport GT's.

First video is at my friend's place which shows Tubi and Larini in the same setup. The tubi is a lot more boomy bassy and Larini more higher tones. Both have nice snap/crackle/pops on gear changes or deceleration. My Larini is still pretty new so it might rasp up a bit more after it gets more carbon buildup:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aTs2GtuQ_Wccars


Second video is a cold start and revs to about 4K rpm I did in my garage:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=65QCZ03XJN0tires

I've very pleased with the Larini. It has more of an F1 pitch than tubi. I prefer the tips on the Larini much more than the Tubi as well. We took some videos of the Larini on the road too. I'll post those later.

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I have the larini on my QP Sport GTS. It is amazing sounding. Tubi sounds great too. I like the tubi as well. Now, with the carbon buildup it is slightly less loud. I cannot really hear the muffler that much inside my cabin, so much as feel it. It definitely is an improvement over stock power and sound wise, one of the best sounding cars I have ever heard. Period. I think both are great, just if you want a more raw meaner sound, the tubi definitely gets that done. The larini is awesome without being obnoxious.
 
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