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Why Fi was the only exhaust mod for TheStradman’s next Aventador build?

Fi EXHAUST-Signature Titanium F1 High Pitch Version was unveiled on TheStradman's 1/1 Liberty Walk Aventador Limited Edition in Rosa Acantis. Because of the unique F1 design and titanium material the sound note is reaching a higher pitch in comparison to the Volcano Version stored on the iconic purple Aventador, which is the favorite modification he’s ever done to any of his cars. 

It's an unparalleled level of craftsmanship. Increased weight saving measures went to every detail of the design to produce an ULTRALIGTWEIGHT exhaust that weighs only 8.41kg. And the Rose Gold coating sets the system apart from anything else available on the market. It’s an elegant choice and a unique system with “Strad” logo custom engraved on two center tips.

Vacuum cleaner transformed to a proper V8 American muscle.

Once again Frequency Intelligent just completely transformed this car. Sounded like a vacuum cleaner, but no more. - TheStradman

Fitted with Fi valvetronic catback and high-flow catless downpipes to release more performance and sound out of the V8 engine. And the quad titanium blue tips match perfectly with Pandem WIDEBODY color.

DDE brings a Fire-Breathing performance with a top-exit conversion kit


The Volcano Conversion Kit refreshed the look and feel of Dave Coulter’s McLaren MP4-12C. It’s designed in collaboration with visionary Zacoe Performance designers to be functional and redefine supercar beauty. The kit transforms the factory rear exit exhaust into a top exit flame breathing catback paired with Zacoe carbon fiber hood and OEM style central rear grille. 

It’s truly an exquisite piece of art with lightweight, aerodynamic and heat resistant properties. The exhaust versions are available in valved and non-valved. But Daily Driven Exotics (DDE) wanted a non-stop excitement, so they went with a non-valved version and blew up the flames with a Gintani tune.