Lamborghini Huracan Valvetronic Supersport X-Pipe Exhaust System

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Premium stainless steel valvetronic x-pipe replaces the factory muffler and outlet pipes for an outstanding upgrade in exhaust tone and performance; significantly reduces weight while adding over 29 whp and 19 ft-lbs of torque!                                                         

The factory exhaust on the Lamborghini Huracan is a very heavy, very restrictive system.  The muffler is comprised of multiple chambers, filled with perforated tubing, wool packing, and a set of secondary catalytic converters.  The exhaust gas must force its way through all of this in order to exit the system, which robs the car of considerable power.  Fabspeed's Valvetronic Supersport X-Pipe Exhaust System solves these flow issues, providing significant power gains, weight savings, and an absolutely intoxicating sound.  





  • Fits all Lamborghini Huracan vehicles (2014+)
  • Valvetronic design includes 70mm bypass pipes and a 63.5mm quad-resonated X-Pipe
  • Adds 29whp and 19 ft/lbs of torque by improving the exhaust gas flow
  • Saves 23lbs from the rear of the vehicle, improving handling and acceleration
  • Constructed from T304L stainless steel
  • Direct bolt-on installation; no cutting or welding required
  • All Fabspeed performance products are backed by the Fabspeed Lifetime Warranty


FabspeedSupersport  43 lbs
Factory Exhaust  66 lbs



Fabspeed's unique valve design provides two very distinct sound modes when using the factory steering wheel mounted mode selector. In Strada mode, the valves on the 70mm bypass pipes remain closed, channeling the exhaust gases through Fabspeed's signature 63.5mm quad-resonated x-pipe, producing a smooth and sophisticated exhaust note ideal for cruising around town and on long stretches of highway.  Switch the car into Corsa mode, and prepare to have your world rocked.  In Corsa mode, the valves open up, allowing the exhaust gases to rocket straight out through the 70mm bypass pipes with a snarling aggressive scream.  The full fury of the Lamborghini V10 is unleashed, along with an intoxicating and menacing barrage of pops and crackles upon deceleration and downshifting. This system truly needs to be heard and felt to be appreciated.

INSTALL GUIDE - Lamborghini Huracan Supersport X-Pipe Valved Exhaust System.pdf


  • 5
    The Best

    Posted by Rocco D. on 21st Feb 2017

    Hands down the best system out for the Huracan chassis...after installing mine I would never go with another brand. Thank you Fabspeed!

  • 5
    An amazing feat!

    Posted by abedh on 1st Jun 2016

    Video does not do the Fabspeed Exhaust justice. It misses out on the raw volume of the exhaust and the bass tones that really set it apart, especially from stock. The pops and burbles are alot more natural sounding than the mechanical ones the stock Sport exhaust created.

    There is also ZERO drone while driving, an amazing feat considering how loud it is. If you have the valves open during idle (and parked) there is very slight drone, easy to resolve by going to strada while you are parked, a much better option than the drone you usually get with aftermarket exhausts that occur between 2500 and 3500 RPM.

  • 5

    Posted by Eric on 12th Oct 2015

    I just picked up my car from Fabspeed today. I had my exhaust replaced and BMC filters installed and WOW! I had a smile on my face all the way home. Video clips make NO justice to the real sound of this exhaust in person. I'm coming off an R8 V10 with Akrapovic exhaust and BMC filters also and there is no comparison... down shifting sounds incredible in corsa mode! I want to thank the guys at Fabspeed Motorsport and Status Motoring in NJ (my local shop) for the collaboration.

  • 5

    Posted by Aaron M. on 12th Oct 2015

    Got the FabSpeed installed. I absolutely love it! With the valves closed it sounds much better, highly sophisticated and yet at high rpms it has real bite. But when the valves are open... WOW. Sounds nasty as it snaps crackles and pops even at low RPM. Then to a loud shrieking wail up high in RPM's. Perfection.