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Lamborghini Murcielago vs. LaFerrari Exhaust Battle Is Savage

Soundtrack battles are enjoying more traction than ever these days, thanks to more supercar meets, aftermarket developments and, of course, social media bringing such aural brawls closer to us. And the decibel confrontation that brought us here involves a Lamborghini Murcielago, a LaFerrari and a Ferrari F430 Scuderia.
Lamborghini Murcielago sliding 1 photo
The three are just a small part of the go-fast toys that recently got together in The Netherlands, as part of the Cars and Coffee Benelux meeting (this happened to be the first of its kind).

Truth be told, this battle isn't exactly fair, since the Murcie comes with a custom exhaust (this sounds like a straight pipe setup), while the Prancing Horses seem to pack their factory hardware.

Speaking of which, this V12 Lambo is a delightful build, one that involves RWD. This way, the driver gets to smoke the rear tires on a regular basis, with the engine bouncing off the rev limiter and allowing us to enjoy a glorious soundtrack (you can zoom in on a sample of this at the 4:21 point of the YT video below). The rear-paw form also allows the supercar to put on a sideways show, which is basically the norm when it comes to supercar gatherings these days.

In fact, if you spend enough time on social media, you'll probably come across this Sant'Agata Bolognese machine again in the future, so make sure your audio hardware can keep up.

Now, if you happen to be in a rush, you can check out the Facebook clip below for the said three-way battle. Nevertheless, those of you wishing to enjoy a complete decibel treatment can head over to the YouTube video at the bottom of the page: you'll get to see the said fight at the 2:20 point, but you should know that the entire video is loaded with supercar voices taking center stage.



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