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Oakley Design Ferrari 458 Italia

Saturday, September 4th, 2010:

Oakley Design Ferrari 458 Italia

The tuners at Oakley Design have released the updates for the Ferrari 458 Italia package that will increase the production to seven cars, instead of the previously planned five. High demand for this unique Ferrari car has pushed the tuning company to make a couple more, and each will hold an individual numbered plaque. A new carbon fiber front spoiler lip was installed, which increased the downforce by 25kg after some wind tunnel testing. A rear spoiler added an additional 23kg to the rear axle, and both of these test were completed at 150 mph. Other exterior modifications include the Oakley Design carbon fiber roof panel, mirror covers, and engine cover below the rear window glass.

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Oakley Design Porsche 997 GT2

Wednesday, March 11th, 2009:

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Oakley Design used a lot of carbon fiber elements to create their own version of the 997 GT2 Porsche. They made a special body kit that consists of a new front spoiler with a front lip, a rear spoiler lip, new roof, new wheels and even a new roll cage which looks like a modern sculpture made from lightweight material. The car’s stock roll cage weights 60 kg and the new one installed by Oakley Design weights only 12 kg and any customer would feel that weight reduction when he’s accelerating the car. Under the hood, the car tuning company modified the engine cooling unit and after they installed a pair of KKK turbochargers this GT2 gained 89HP, from 523 HP to 632 HP. The car also received a stiffer suspension and better breaks.

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