Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder with LOC Exhaust: Sweet Sounds!

Nothing sounds like a Lamborghini, right? Well, you’re partially correct. Let’s rephrase the statement…

Nothing sounds like a Lamborghini with an aftermarket exhaust. Now you are correct! You see, most exotic cars come from the factory with restrictions…for a wide variety of reasons. We’re sure Lamborghini didn’t choose it to be this way – and yes, a stock Lamborghini sounds very good for sure. But you know, it’s all relative. To bring out the TRUE SOUND of the car – the true essence of what the car SHOULD sound like – the exhaust needs to be opened up and the engine sound needs to be released!

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For example, here is a Balloon White (pearl white) Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder with an LOC Exhaust. Listen to the car as it starts up, revs lightly, and lets out some low-RPM growls: :)

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Now let’s follow this Gallardo Spyder as it scoots along some nice country roads!

LOC stands for Lamborghini of Orange County, which is no longer in existence and is now Lamborghini of Newport Beach (LNB). The LOC exhaust is/was a favorite of many Lamborghini enthusiasts due to its great sound – and you can hear it for yourself as another Gallardo follows along. It’s like having the best seat in the house at your favorite concert! ;)

See more pictures of this Balloon White Spyder here: Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder (Balloon White)

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Funny though, I have twice the peraromfnce (ok, maybe not twice, but definitely more peraromfnce than that) for a fraction of the price with my Fireblade.Wouldn’t mnd owning a Gallardo mind you!

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