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Lamborghini Aventador Tuning

Posted on Wednesday, May 18, 2011

English tuning studio Oakley Design became the first who has pumped over the newest supercar Lamborghini Aventador. And Englishmen have done serious enough work which would honor also to more eminent bureau. Already one name of the car tells for itself – Oakley Design Lamborghini Aventador LP760-2. The digital index is deciphered so: capacity is increased to 760 h.p. (against 700 at the base version), and second is a two-wheel drive instead of four. As Englishmen assure, by working out of a tuning package for Italian supercar drop of weight of the car has been as the corner-stone put. Amputation of all wheel drive system has reduced the weight by 85 kg, by installing a titanium exhaust system won back another 30 kg, and the original alloy wheels reduce weight by 16 kg. In addition, the "thinner" more than a hundredweight supercar reflash the ECU, and finished the intake/release, which gave an increase in capacity. Torque increased from 690 to 754 Nm.

In passing car shod in low-profile Pirelli P Zero tires dimension 255/35 R19 front and 355/30 R20 rear, and exterior ennobled the new front bumper, sills, larger air intakes, rear diffuser, and a finishing touch carbon steel shell mirrors.

Dynamic characteristics and cost of "bleeding car" while are coded. But Englishmen with pride have informed that from five planned to manufacture supercars three are already paid. However, there is especially nothing to be surprised here as now Lamborghini Aventador is the scarce goods. Immediately after the presentation of car at the Geneva Motor Show in March of this year, Lamborghini inundated with orders, and turn on the car lasted for a whole year.And once a supercar is not commercially available now, it is particularly eager buyers are forced to buy "pumped" machines, the benefit that many tuning studio warning in advance and had time to grab the first copies of themselves, who after finishing will be sold at exorbitant prices.

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