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Hardly a Mercedes is as extensively modified as the AMG GT. Whether 462 PS strong base model (03 / 2015-03 / 2017) or the 585 PS AMG GT R supermodel, everyone seems to want a piece of the cake. And that of course applies to the G-POWER GmbH to. They have now pre-buttoned the "Beast of the Green Hell" in the form of the AMG GT R and show with the same 4 performance kits (an overview is below), that the longitudinally installed twin-turbo V8 with four-liter displacement still has much more potential. With maximum 800 PS / 588 kW and 850 Nm of torque G-Power boosts the performance on request by fierce 215 PS / 158 kW and 150 Nm torque, thus setting one of the most powerful AMG GT R of the tuning scene on its feet. To the huge jump in performance Stage4 Achieving more than just the in-house performance V4 chip tuning software is required.
GP 63 Bi-Turbo Mercedes AMG GT R
Here were also a lot of changes to the hardware needed. Specifically, there were turbocharger modifications, an improved intake system with sports air filters, in-house flow-optimized downpipes with sports catalysts and also a transmission gain includes the variant number 4. Added to this is the Hurricane RS engine conversion which includes weight-optimized forged pistons, modified connecting rods and reduced compression, and a dedicated racing fuel pump was installed for proper spray delivery. And visually you have the sportsman a small upgrade donated. The current vehicle in the eye-catching Solar team yellow you put on the in-house "Hurricane RR" forged wheels which are known to be made of lightweight high-tech aircraft aluminum.
the visual highlight are the Hurricane RR Alus
At the front comes 20 Inch 275 30 ZR20 Michelin tires and the rear axle houses powerful 21 models with 305 / 25 ZR21 slings. It comes with a finish in Jet Black and the wheel customization "Diamond Cut" as well as glossy fronts. Rounding out the visual changes with some G-Power logos and badges all around and the new GP 63 bi-turbo Designation at the rear of the GT R. If we receive timely information on further changes not mentioned before, there is of course as always an update for this report. It is best to subscribe to our feed and if there is something new you will get in touch immediately. We wish you a lot of fun watching the pictures.
These are the details of the GP 63 Bi-Turbo AMG GT R:
- 4 performance kits from G-Power
- Stage 1: Upgrade to 650 PS / 478 kW (+ 65 PS / 48 kW), 750 Nm (+ 50 Nm) with Performance Software V1
- Stage 2: Upgrade to 690 PS / 507 kW (+ 105 PS / 77 kW), 770 Nm (+ 70 Nm) with Performance Software V2, Downpipes and Sport Catalysts
- Stage 3: Upgrade to 750 PS / 551 kW, 165 Nm (+ 121 Nm) with performance software V800, Hurricane RS engine conversion, special turbocharger modification, improved intake system with sports air filters, flow-optimized downpipes with sport catalytic converters, transmission gain
- Stage 4: Upgrade to 800 PS / 588 kW (215 PS / 158 kW), 850 Nm (+ 150 Nm) with performance software V4, Hurricane RS engine conversion, turbocharger modification, improved intake system with sports air filters, flow-optimized downpipes with sport catalytic converters, transmission gain
- Forged wheel set G-Power Hurricane RR in 20 and 21 inch (made of particularly lightweight high-tech aircraft aluminum, finish in Jet Black with the wheel customization "Diamond Cut" + gloss rotation of the fronts)
- Tires: Michelin tires in 275 / 30 ZR20 and 305 / 25 ZR21
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