Wednesday, March 7, 2007

Mercedes-Benz Brabus

Its well balanced aerodynamic properties make the Brabus Widestar a perfectly suited to serve as the platform for a tuned version of the ML 63. The latter was developed by the Brabus motor engineers in form of the B63 S performance kit. The production V8 engine delivers 503 bhp. It is fitted with sport air filters and high-performance metal catalysts as well as newly programmed engine electronics with custom mapping for ignition and injection. Together these measures result in an increase in power output by 47 bhp to 550 bhp. Simultaneously peak torque grows 480 lb-ft. Vehicle performance benefits accordingly. The sprint from rest to 62 mph is shortened to 4.9 seconds. The engine tuning and installation of the Brabus V/max unit increase the top speed from 155 mph to 170 mph.

3 comments:

manoj said...
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manoj said...

With improvements in the driving power, you can also introduce additional modifications to its stopping power through brake performance tuning.

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ian said...

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