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Lamborghini Gallardo with Fabspeed Catbypass and Muffler Bypass ()
  • Lamborghini Gallardo with Fabspeed Catbypass and Muffler Bypass
  • Lamborghini Gallardo with Fabspeed Catbypass and Muffler Bypass Pipes
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  • 2004-2005 Muffler Bypass Pipes pictured. Improves exhaust tone and saves weight by replacing the factory center muffler with "straight-through" pipes for improved power and sound
  • 2006-2008 Muffler Bypass Pipes with Secondary Valve Bypass Pipes pictured.
  • Fabspeed's Muffler Bypass Pipes installed on a 2004-2005 Lamborghini Gallardo. Pictured with OEM secondary valve pipes reused.
  • Fabspeed's Muffler Bypass Pipes installed on a 2006-2008 Lamborghini Gallardo. Pictured with included 06-08 support bracket assembly.

Lamborghini Gallardo Muffler Bypass Pipes

$1,095.00

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Product Details:

Improves exhaust tone and saves weight by replacing the factory center muffler with "straight-through" pipes for improved power and sound.                                    

FEATURES:

  • Fits all Lamborghini Gallardo vehicles (2004-2008)
  • Saves 59 lbs from factory OEM by removing the restrictive mufflers
  • Dramatic improvement in sports car sound and power throughout the RPM range
  • Constructed from high-quality 14-16 gauge C.N.C. mandrel-bent T304L stainless steel for optimum flow and maximum durability
  • Direct bolt-on replacements for the factory muffler
  • All Fabspeed performance products are backed by the Fabspeed Lifetime Limited Warranty

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  1. Gallardo 04' Muffler Bypass 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 12th Mar 2014

    Just had installed yesterday Fabspeed's Muffler Bypass Pipes on my `04 G. For those interested, the pipes are the cheapest route to changing the sound of the original exhaust which, BTW, I never thought was bad, just not loud enough! Anyway, I couldn't believe the size and weight of the two stock mufflers that were removed from the ass end, saving 55 lbs. of ugly fat. If the gained space were somehow usable, I'd be able to fit a couple of fairly large carry-on bags back there! So now my exhaust system consists of two cats connected to two unrestricted pipes. As Fabspeed told me, no CEL displayed on the 110 mile drive home, so I don't anticipate there ever will be. Nor should I have a problem with the emission test, as that, I'm told, is sampled at the point where the exhaust exits the cats. The result is an extremely aggressive sound at start up and idle, and under hard acceleration, but in 6th gear on the interstate it is no louder inside the car than the stock system. I'd describe the sound as a deep growl rather than the high pitch of a F1 car.