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Wimmer RS Mercedes C63 AMG Wagon

Saturday, July 14th, 2012:

It’s been a while since we’ve seen a Wimmer RS car tuning project, but they are back on track with this taxi looking Mercedes C63 AMG Wagon. From the factory, the car holds a naturally aspirated 6.2-liter V8 powerplant producing 457 horsepower with 600 Nm of torque. Wimmer RS came to play with a few performance upgrades of their own, featuring new cylinders, camshafts, custom throttle, exhaust and ECU optimization to boost the output.

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Inden Design Mercedes SLS AMG

Monday, January 9th, 2012:

Another Mercedes SLS AMG has popped up in our inbox, this time tuned by the guy at Inden Design. However, the modifications are modest, with only some new wheels and a couple tweaks under the hood. After the addition of a new manifold, catalytic converters, and a custom exhaust system, the Mercedes SLS AMG now puts down 623 horsepower. A 53 HP increase over the factory number.

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Prior Design Mercedes SLS AMG Teaser

Tuesday, January 3rd, 2012:

Prior Design has sent out this teaser pictures of their latest line of aftermarket parts to be released for the Mercedes SLS AMG. The luxury Mercedes sports car has seen a variety of tuners try to make the ultimate SLS AMG package, but they keep getting better every year. On this particular project, we see body modifications everywhere, the hood received new air outlets, a revised front bumper, and new splitter on the front as well. New side skirts give it a more aggressive look, while the new alloy wheels bring the complete tuning project together. Now lets wait and see if Prior Design can bring this stunning Mercedes SLS AMG to life.

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Mansory Mercedes Cormeum Spotted in China

Monday, December 12th, 2011:

Check out what was brought to our attention by a fellow reader, a Mansory Mercedes SLS AMG Cormeum spotted in China. Mansory only plans to make 15 of these sports cars, each tailored to the wishes of the customer. It is said to produce anywhere from 660 horsepower to 800 HP with the addition of larger turbochargers. If you missed our previous announcement of the Mansory Mercedes Cormeum, be sure to read all about the exlusive ride and enjoy these rare photos of the Mercedes SLS supercar.

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Kubatech Mercedes SLS AMG

Monday, September 26th, 2011:

In a partnership with McChip-DKR, the German tuners at Kubatech have released a new performance kit to boost the Mercedes SLS AMG. The upgrade consists of an ECU optimization to improve the naturally aspirated 6.3-liter V8 engine. Out of all the tuning companies releasing upgrades for the SLS AMG, we have to say this one is the most modest.

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RENNtech Mercedes C63 AMG Akrapovic Exaust System

Friday, November 26th, 2010:


Previously, the Florida tuners from RENNtech released the C74 kit for the Mercedes C63 AMG, and now they offer a full titanium Akrapovic exhaust system for the car. While the Mercedes looks great with the DTM-racecar-inspired body kit, the tuning firm wasn’t as satisfied with the stock exhaust sound. So they installed the Akrapovic unit which lightens the car by 43 lbs, and adds 12 extra horspower with 16 lb-ft of torque. I can’t say the exhaust note is something others will desire however, since it sort of sounds like the car could use some Gas-X. Those who are interested should contact RENNtech directly at 561-845-7888. Check the video after the jump to see for yourself.

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Wimmer RS Mercedes C63 AMG

Saturday, September 18th, 2010:

Wimmer RS Mercedes C63 AMG

Wimmer RS recently revealed the AMG Performance Package Plus dubbed as the Dunlop Performance for the Mercedes C63 AMG. This sports car was designed to compete in the Tuner’s Grand Prix at the Hockenheim circuit, where it took the second place prize. For the track, the most important upgrades were the ECU upgrade, new exhaust manifold, K&N sport air filter, and improved air intakes under the hood. Suspension came next with a high performance KW3 Club Sports coilover system installed on the Mercedes C63 AMG.

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