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What a $14,000 exhaust sounds like : F1 Ferrari sound!

If it’s the finer things in life that we are talking about, sometimes, the ...

If it’s the finer things in life that we are talking about, sometimes, the price tags can get a little bit outrageous. We’re not here to discuss whether or not an exhaust is worth $14,000 but, this is probably one of those things where, if you have to ask how much it costs, then you probably don’t have enough money for it and that’s alright… I’m right there with you. However, even from this side of the spectrum where normal people live, that doesn’t stop one from appreciating what such an expensive piece of engineering gets you. Love it or hate it, this thing sounds absolutely amazing.

This time, it’s all about the sound as a street driven Ferrari pelts out a note that mimics its F1 counterpart. I’m not sure exactly what it is about us car guys that really gets us going so much simply with the way that our automobiles sound but this one really plays the part of the symphony for the ears. With this demonstration, it almost inspires you to make you want to get a better set of speakers so that you can hear all that this car has to offer as it absolutely screams through the otherwise silent natural scene as it uses the road beneath it to slice through the wooded area like a sharp knife.

Follow along down in the video below that will take you on a ride with this magnificent sounding machine and be sure to tell us what you think of how this performer spits out the ultimate exhaust note. I guess that, at a certain point in life, a $14,000 exhaust is justified but for the rest of us, this video really gives us a slice of what’s possible with the right set of pipes. It doesn’t get too much better than this for exotic car fans.





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