Tubi Exhaust VS Capristo Exhaust

Discussion in 'Ferrari Discussion (not model specific)' started by divaneh, Mar 1, 2004.

  1. divaneh

    divaneh Rookie

    Jan 22, 2004
    Has anyone heard the diffrence in sound between these 2 systems. I have a 360 Spider 04 and contempleting puting one of these 2 in. like to get your inputs.
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  3. Ron

    Ron Formula Junior

    Dec 23, 2002
    I have heard both and the Capistro sounds and looks much better and is less expensive.
  4. Jimmy540i

    Jimmy540i Formula 3

    Jan 11, 2004
    Los Angeles / NYC
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    I have a 04 360 6-speed Coupe, bought the Capristo for $4050 and changed to Tubi a week later.

    Why? I actaully like the sound of the Capristo, it's louder than Tubi (especially during idle). Capristo acutally makes the car pulls harder at 7000+ RPM compare to Tubi and has a slight bigger exhaust tips.

    However, Capristo has a lag @ lower RPM which Tubi lacks.

    I admit Capristo does sounds A LOT better then you start your engine while leaving Starbucks with all eyes at you. Tubi is not as loud when starting the car and it sounds like "didn't-do-it-right" in 1/15 times. I don't know why Tubi is doing that.

    But Tubi sounds much DEEPER than Capristo at any RPM (especially above 3750), which, for some might say this is what a real Ferrari should sound like.

    The reason I'm switching to Tubi is because a buddy of mine who works at my Ferrari Dealer told me Tubi is the Ferrari official exhaust.

    Oh and one of the reason I change to Tubi is that Capristo do runs hotter than Tubi and I do not wish to install a rear challenge grill.

    In conclusion, I like them both, I will make a post regarding to Capriso Vs. Tubi soon. They both have up and down side IMHO.

  5. Mickey

    Mickey Formula Junior

    Jan 20, 2004
    Linnet Drive
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    I thought the only "official" Ferrari exhaust was the Challenge exhaust ???
  6. whimike

    whimike Karting

    Jul 26, 2003
    Los Gatos, CA

    I think you need to preface your comments by saying you had the "LC Racing" version of the Capristo. This is a racing version and very well may have different characteristics to the normal Capristo.

    I have a normal Capristo and did not notice any loss of low end torque.

    -- Michael

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