2011 Edo Competition Lamborghini Murcielago LP750


Edo Competition has outdone itself again by a fastest version of the Lamborghini LP640 to present. In 2008 they came up with the LP710 , LP750 and now there is even more performance. What key numbers: 0-100 in 3.1 seconds, 0-200 in 9.7 seconds and 24.5 seconds after it is 300 km / h on the clock. If you think so still a boring affair is they can drive towards the front wheels also remove and drive a LP750-2!

Adjustments to the cylinders and air filters, the software of the engine and both the inlet and the exhaust pushes the ability of the atmospheric 6.5 liters V12 to 750 horsepower. The maximum torque is 740 Nm and is now at or just the rear wheels or all four wheels driven. The LP750-2 weighs 40 kilograms lighter and slightly more agile when cornering.

To achieve this performance to get the cylinder heads are equipped with fast camshafts and larger air intakes. The new air filter ensures that the entire intake tract is adapted. The revamped from top to bottom, plasma coated exhaust valves has manually or automatically open to a thicker composition. A strong coupling and the inevitable adjustment of the engine ECU making adjustments complete.

The men in Edo Murcielago riders know that the public and a helping hand in there again to provide the Lambo wheels on the rear 19inch wide and less than 345mm wide. A big cake server and adjustable front spoiler make sure you under all circumstances MurciƩlago LP670-4 SuperVeloce snot riders can ride for the eyes. The only Murcielago that you have left is for the LP670 twin-turbo version of the Underground, but you will eventually probably hard on crash .

In order to prevent this Lamborghini goes to the fly, provides for an aero Edo Competition package. The Germans were working on the front splitter and rear diffuser, though it is mainly the adjustable rear spoiler for stability at extremely high speeds,. Although we are not sure of that green details, Edo has the beautiful lines of the MurciƩlago not killed.


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