Posts Tagged ‘ferrari enzo tuning’

Amazing Ferrari Enzo Replica on eBay

Friday, January 4th, 2013:

Here is a great example of what a replica builder can accomplish when things are done the correct way. This Ferrari Enzo replica was recently listed on eBay and is located in Germany with a current bid around 40,000 Euro. With only 3 days left before the auction ends, we are sure the price will climb since it can easily fool the innocent bystander. Even the dimensions nearly match up to the original Ferrari Enzo being 4,700mm long, 2,030mm wide, 1,140mm tall and sporting a 2,650mm wheelbase.

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HRE Wheels Murder Out a Ferrari Enzo

Monday, August 13th, 2012:

The Arizona-based tuners at Supercar Specialists have murdered out this customers Ferrari Enzo with a new set of HRE P43S CL monoblock rims. They feature a central locking hub and this particular set was wrapped in high performance Bridgestone tires. These are one of HRE Wheels lightest models, being forged from aerospace-grade 6061-T6 aluminum and finished with the gloss black look seen here. Put these together with one of rarest Ferrari supercars to date and you have a winner.

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ADV.1 Wheels hooks up a Ferrari Enzo

Monday, October 3rd, 2011:

Most people don’t ever consider tuning one of the greatest sports cars made in the past century, but the owner of this Ferrari Enzo thought different. The American owner of this car got in touch with the wheel specialists from ADV.1 Wheels to hook up his super rare Ferrari Enzo with a set of ADV5.2SL rims. Pirelli 375/20/21 high performance tires were used at the rear for the 21×13 inch sized rims, while the front 20×8.5 wheels received 245/30/20 respectively.

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Ferrari Enzo Concept

Monday, September 20th, 2010:

Ferrari Enzo Concept

Everyone in the automotive world is still waiting for the Ferrari Enzo successor, and Radovan Varicak has displayed these concept pictures of what the new F70 could look like. We are uncertain if the car will be called the Enzo again, but we do know that code name for this project is the Ferrari F70. From the factory it should produce around 700 bhp with the V8 twin-turbo, while only weighing around 1,200 kg. The estimated acceleration time from 0 to 100 km/h will be under 3 seconds, while the high end Ferrari will top out around 360 km/h. Now these are only the renderings from Radovan, but expect to hear about a full press release once Ferrari finishes the design details.

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Update: Gemballa MIG-U1 Ferrari Enzo

Saturday, January 23rd, 2010:

Gemballa MIG U1 Ferrari Enzo

Here are the official pictures of the new Gemballa MIG-U1 based on the Ferrari Enzo. The previous article we wrote last month did not have the performance numbers or high resolution photos of the Gemballa MIG-U1. Now we come to find out the car boasts a powerful V12 engine capable of producing 700 hp. The new styling kit Gemballa installed makes the car 80 mm wider in the front, and 100 mm wider at the rear than the stock Ferrari Enzo. There is also an electric hydraulic height adjustable suspension that can lower or raise the car 45 mm with the push of a button. This original MIG-U1 supercar was put together for Gemballa’s Middle East distributor, the Illyas and Mustafa Galardi Group.

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Gemballa Ferrari Enzo MIG-U1

Wednesday, December 23rd, 2009:

gemballa-ferrari-enzo-mig-u1

Gemballa released a new Ferrari Enzo tuning kit called the MIG-U1 that was supposed to debut at the Dubai Motor Show, but missed the cut-off date this month. This limited edition Ferrari model was completed for Gemballa’s Middle East distributor, the Illyas and Mustafa Galardi Group. They used Mustafa’s personal Ferrari Enzo for the project, and ended up with some stunning results. Built like a MIG fighter jet, the Enzo features a new aerodynamic body kit consisting of several parts. The performance numbers haven’t been released yet, but should be available soon if Gemballa plans to reveal it at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show in March.

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Edo Competition Ferrari Enzo XX Evolution

Wednesday, September 16th, 2009:

edo competition Enzo XX Evolution

Without a doubt the Ferrari Enzo is one of the most exclusive and rare cars available on the tuning market with a 6.0-liter 12 cylinder mid-engine berlinetta. Dubbed the Enzo XX Evolution, Edo Competition took it to the next level by increasing the performance with several aftermarket parts. They were able to increase the displacement from 6.0 to 6.3-liters, added new camshafts, connecting rods, titanium valve spring retainers, and then modified the cylinder heads for the displacement increase. High performance exhaust headers were installed, along with high flow catalytic converters and a muffler. The stock hydraulic tappets on the Ferrari Enzo were replaced with solid tappets that allow the 12 cylinder Enzo XX Evolution to rev a remarkable 9,600 rpm. Edo Competition was able to boost the Ferrari Enzo to 840 horsepower, while making the vehicle 100 kilograms (220 lbs) lighter.

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Edo Ferrari Enzo

Thursday, May 29th, 2008:

Edo Ferrari Enzo

The tuning specialists from Edo Competition have modified only super cars until  now and their latest tuning project is based on a Ferrari Enzo. Edo Competition modified this car’s V12 6.0L engine to develop more than 700 HP at 8200 rpm. The car will accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.5 second and the it’s maximum speed is a breathtaking 370km/h. To improve the performances of this incredible Enzo the guys from Edo have installed a modified exhaust system, new RAM admission and new clutch. At all these they added some carbon fiber elements to this car’s body kit to make it weight less and they also installed light rims that will go really well at incredible speeds. Even though it’s color is not pure red like a normal Ferrari, this car will surely impress everyone with it’s performances. Read More →

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