V12 Lambo Photo Thread

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Fuoco

94 posts

167 months

Sunday 13th May 2018
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Surrey

Cie

18,838 posts

196 months

Thursday 17th May 2018
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S1M VP said:
A few recent pics, trying to be creative with the camera


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Both cars are stunning. You are my hero for having an Aventador SV and an S. clap

Patrick-Peter

237 posts

86 months

Friday 18th May 2018
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Larry5.2 said:
So here's my recent acquisition - 2003 manual with some extra bits like a Lary-ini exhaust. Love it to bits, and a few plans going forward like
1) the obligatory V12xxx Reg
2) a refurb of the suspension
3) some investigation into the lazy brakes despite having the big brake upgrade.

Might need to sell the LP550-2 as it is not going to get a look-in for a while...

Have you investigated the lazy brakes? I have had the Big brake upgrade to my murci and now undergoing an Gallardo lp570 master cylinder upgrade to make for a more punchy response as the stock master was wasn't up to it.
The front shock on mine had to be refurbished, seem to be a common weakness on the 6.2's

Yetski

621 posts

166 months

Friday 18th May 2018
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Here's mine, just got back from a road trip with a few friends to Southern Spain for the Moto GP.








Larry5.2

496 posts

111 months

Friday 18th May 2018
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Patrick-Peter said:
Have you investigated the lazy brakes? I have had the Big brake upgrade to my murci and now undergoing an Gallardo lp570 master cylinder upgrade to make for a more punchy response as the stock master was wasn't up to it.
The front shock on mine had to be refurbished, seem to be a common weakness on the 6.2's
Pads were quite pitted so some efficiency lost due to reduced surface area


I think that won't be the full cure. Let us know how you get on with the master cylinder upgrade. Is it just the master cylinder or the booster as well?

Patrick-Peter

237 posts

86 months

Saturday 19th May 2018
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Larry5.2 said:
Patrick-Peter said:
Have you investigated the lazy brakes? I have had the Big brake upgrade to my murci and now undergoing an Gallardo lp570 master cylinder upgrade to make for a more punchy response as the stock master was wasn't up to it.
The front shock on mine had to be refurbished, seem to be a common weakness on the 6.2's
Pads were quite pitted so some efficiency lost due to reduced surface area


I think that won't be the full cure. Let us know how you get on with the master cylinder upgrade. Is it just the master cylinder or the booster as well?
Using the full LP570 superleggero Master cylinder and its booster. Its not a plug and play jobby though and is a bit of a ball ache to fit according to the specialist as it has differing size brake lines connectors etc. Also it has a longer throw so need to tweak the 6.2 brake pedal assembly to LP640 spec and add LP640 something-something for the ABS.
I have gone through the expense of the brake upgrade plus the Hermera wheels so thought I might as well go the whole hog with the master cylinder upgrade to get the most out of it.
The LP570 master cylinder is the same as on the LP670 SV - the LP640 shares the same master as the LP560. All these are good upgrades as the stock murcielago Cylinder I think is a carry over from the last Diablo.

sc0tt

18,101 posts

204 months

Saturday 23rd June 2018
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Yetski said:
Here's mine, just got back from a road trip with a few friends to Southern Spain for the Moto GP.







Duquesa.

FalconWood

1,360 posts

200 months

Saturday 23rd June 2018
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Here is my Lambo - love it!!

raymondqv

141 posts

103 months

Sunday 16th June
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L33 said:
My current mistress:









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Nice color, is it a 1992?