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Japanese Custom Aventador Exhaust Is Complicated, Blue and Beautiful

Japanese tuning company Rowen International has just unveiled a custom exhaust system for the mighty Lambo that polishes new sharpness into the powerful V12 weapon of the Aventador.
Japanese Aventador Exhaust by Rowen Internation 5 photos
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We've seen some of their work in the past. The craftsmanship and attention to detail is unparalleled, and you can clearly see that in the adjacent photos. Making all these bends and curves out of something as touch as steel and titanium must have been a tremendous challenge, taking many days to complete. Even the little beads that a welder leaves behind have been polished out. Can you say "exhaust spaghetti"?

The end result doesn't look like it's been made to do something as crude as chandelling exhaust gasses. It's more like a church organ meant to sing the Sant'Agata Bolognese hymn for the next thousand years.

To top it all off, Rowen went for a Heat Blue Titan tip, which leaves nobody in doubt that this 700 horsepower supercar has been customized. Thought the Aventador doesn't have anything more to prove? That it's willing to go down to the newer supercars without so much as a fight? Think again!

Despite everything you've seen in Tokyo Drift, Japan is not a supercar mecca. Strict speed limits are imposed on the motorists and the country is notoriously unfriendly to shenanigans on the road. Despite this, a thriving community of Lamborghini lovers has been built around the famous mister Morohoshi and his pink Diablo. If you want to know more about that, check out our old post. We don't know if anybody in the Tokyo Midnight LED Lambo run has a Rowen exhaust, but they probably will pretty soon.

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