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Tubi Exhaust VS Capristo Exhaust

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

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  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.
  2. Ron

    Ron Formula Junior

    Dec 23, 2002
    I have heard both and the Capistro sounds and looks much better and is less expensive.
  3. 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.

  4. Mickey

    Mickey Formula Junior

    Jan 20, 2004
    Linnet Drive
    Full Name:
    I thought the only "official" Ferrari exhaust was the Challenge exhaust ???
  5. 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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