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Version 10 update RYFT exhaust systems


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Does anybody have firsthand experience with RYFT exhausts for the v10 facelift? I have seen that there are racing and performance versions available. I am interested in hearing from anyone who have personal experience with either of these editions.

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Initially, I had intended to purchase a pre-owned Ryft for my vehicle. However, I ultimately opted to get a brand-new Kline Inconel exhaust from a fellow member on an online forum. Inconel has a comparable weight, greater resilience, and seemingly produces superior auditory qualities. I anticipate receiving and having mine installed by the conclusion of this month.

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I have a strong affection for my Kline Inconel exhaust system, but sometimes I want a louder sound, despite its already impressive tone. Therefore, I am curious in the RYFT exhaust system.

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You will really like it as it has exceptional auditory qualities. Moreover, if you need a more subdued experience, it is absolutely ideal. This is the way the automobile should have been delivered from the manufacturer.

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I am inclined to mostly stick with the Kline, but sometimes I have the want to experiment with something more audacious while I am riding with my friends who drive roaring GT3s.

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Indeed, the GT3's are really formidable. I am considering purchasing a pre-owned GT3 (997) model, however I am already in the process of constructing a 6-speed 911 Carrera S with carbon fibre body panels.

I like maintaining a low profile, therefore I should be well-suited for the Kline. I am quite enthusiastic about the input that you all are providing me. In my opinion, the Ryft exhaust might potentially complement the R8 GT due to its very bold and forceful aesthetic. I own a video of a seller's automobile equipped with the Ryft valved system. Direct message me if you would want to view it! I have not personally experienced it in person, but when listening to it via a microphone, it has a little more metallic and abrasive quality.

One specific reason I chose Inconel is because it produces a faint, eerie howling sound as a subliminal undertone while reducing the weight of the rear end by 50 pounds.

I need further information on this exhaust system.

Additionally, for your information, my friends' Huracan has a straight exhaust system, resulting in a distinct and pleasing sound. The noise level during start-ups ranges from 100 to 110 decibels, while at idling it is around 80 to 90 decibels. When measured from a distance of 2 feet away from the tips, the noise level reaches a high of 135 decibels.

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Are you referring to the resonator version for performance or the straight x pipes version for racing? I am unfamiliar with this technology, but based on my speculation, I would assume that the latter option would produce a higher volume than the Kline inconel. Nevertheless, my concern would be the potential loss of the exceptional resonance produced by the Kline inconel system.

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The LFA and Carrera GT sound is determined by the number of cylinders, crank configuration, and firing sequence. Not to mention the exhaust, especially if it is a straight pipe configuration.

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