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Who will be the first to put twin turbo on a Lamborghini Huracan?

Underground do you have any upcoming customers? :whistle:

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Huracan is pretty much a reskinned R8 Plus as far as motor and trans go. Aventador was much more of a change to the Murci.

It doesn't matter who does it first, it's who does the whole package and experience best.
 

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But who wants to lose the warranty on a car that is so new to the market? I guess once you put turbos on your new Lamborghini, the warranty will disappear?
 

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I BELIEVE that only the directly-affected parts would have their warranty voided, under the Magnuson–Moss Warranty Act.
But I'm no lawyer :p
 

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In spite of that, you can reasonably deem any malfunction thereafter directly associated when you've successfully integrated a twin turbo setup with an OEM computer controlled combustion engine. There is no system present in that car that such a kit wouldn't be tied into and/or imparting an effect upon. Think about it, the added power will tax every piece of that drive-train beyond it's intended capacity. The electronics required to modulate timing and fueling require you to "tear the security seal" off that ECU. Even the suspension, braking, and handling are tied directly into what the differentials are doing, which will now be handling and relaying data that's severely skewed from stock parameters.

You might be able get warranty work for a faulty headliner, or chipping buttons. Anything else that touches current, endures an increased aero-load, or provides mechanical leverage of some sort is all within the crosshairs and hiccups among those can be directly correlated to those mods by a Lambo suit who knows what he's doing.
 

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In spite of that, you can reasonably deem any malfunction thereafter directly associated when you've successfully integrated a twin turbo setup with an OEM computer controlled combustion engine. There is no system present in that car that such a kit wouldn't be tied into and/or imparting an effect upon. Think about it, the added power will tax every piece of that drive-train beyond it's intended capacity. The electronics required to modulate timing and fueling require you to "tear the security seal" off that ECU. Even the suspension, braking, and handling are tied directly into what the differentials are doing, which will now be handling and relaying data that's severely skewed from stock parameters.

You might be able get warranty work for a faulty headliner, or chipping buttons. Anything else that touches current, endures an increased aero-load, or provides mechanical leverage of some sort is all within the crosshairs and hiccups among those can be directly correlated to those mods by a Lambo suit who knows what he's doing.
Twin Turbo exotics are definitely a rich man's sport
 

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