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DMC Lamborghini Murcielago Molto Veloce SV


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The German tuners from DMC have just released their Lamborghini Murcielago Molto Veloce body kit which is based off the popular SV Edition. Starting off with the body kit, DMC redesigned the front and rear bumpers to increase downforce, then added a SV style diffuser. All these parts are made in pure carbon fiber by an Autoclave Vacuum oven. The exhaust you see exiting the rear holds a rear silencer, but customers have the option of extending the look with a sport metallic catalytic converter. Now let’s move onto the important facts, the performance tuning for the Lamborghini Murcielago Molto Veloce come next.

Under the hatch of the Lamborghini Murcielago, DMC tuned the ECU to squeeze out some extra horsepower. They were able to increase the power from 572 to 600 HP, with a torque boost of 479 to 495 newton meters. Their ECU remapping on the Lambo is not easily accomplished outside the factory, but DMC was albe to improve the power by a refined fuel delivery map and throttle improvements. Lastly, the cockpit of the DMC tuned Murcielago holds a true racing atmosphere with a remodeling using fine leathers and high quality carbon fiber. Customers who bring their Lamborghini Murcielago to DMC will receive a complete transformation of their sports car, so contact the tuning company today to schedule an appointment.

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[Source: DMC]

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