The much awaited successor to the Gallardo. Named after a famous fighting bull, with a 5.2 liter v10 producing 610 hp, the Huracan is a formidable supercar, fulfilling lamborghini's tradition in the uncompromising. Here at Kline we decided to design and build the ultimate Huracan exhaust system. Sculpted from ultra lightweight Inconel 625, the design brief was simple, unrivaled sound performance, and lightness.
Here at Kline, we felt that the factory Huracan exhaust, based on the same silencer design as the LP models, wasn't really special enough, it doesn't live up to the raw nature of the supercar. The basic Kline sound requirement, was to create something that would truly scream at high revs, while being almost stock quiet at cruising speeds.
Under valve closure the exhaust gasses are diverted through a series of chambers and acoustic sections to completely remove any drone. At valve open the exhaust becomes completely free flow for optimum performance and sound, the gasses only passing through our trademark tight radius x pipe, to effectively raise the pitch of the exhaust note. The exhaust note on valve open is seriously incendiary, the x pipe raises the pitch of the exhaust note into a raucous aggressive vocal for that "demon screaming" sound!
The valves are actuated by the cars factory vacuum system, and can be controlled by our new wireless INCONEL BUTTON kit. READ MORE >>
Removal of the secondary catalysts from the silencer section, and addition of a completely free flow system under valve open, result in optimum efficiency from the exhaust, and some moderate power and torque gains
23hp and 29 nm power and torque gain
Kine Innovation Lamborghini Huracan exhaust is available in 304 stainless steel (20.5kg), or ultra light weight F1 grade Inconel 625 (10.8kg).
All cross sections have been increased from stock by around 10% to give the best balance of torque, and increased power
Silencer section, 70mm 1D CLR X-pipe.
Valve closure transit 50mm
Valve open transit 63.5mm freeflow
Rear valvetronic section 20 hours
rear valvetronic section 35 hours