The already impressive Ferrari FF has a new package out by German tuner DMC. They appropriately named it Maximus, and the kit takes the FF, already at 660-hp, to an awesome 876-hp.
Skipping right to the best part, let’s take a look at how DMC pumped out all of this extra horsepower on the Ferrari. The naturally aspirated 6.0-liter V-12 engine is getting a pair of superchargers, a nicely sized up intercooler, an enhanced intake manifold, high-flow air filters and bigger fuel-injectors. The result? Over 225-hp beyond its original version, that comes in at 876-hp and more than 800 lb-ft of torque, with speeds topping out around 211-mph.
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There have been some body modifications as well. A 3D scanner was used to match new carbon body panels with extreme precision, allowing for parts to be swapped instead of bolted on. The supercar will get a fresh set of bumpers, side scoops, trunk spoiler, and rear wing and diffuser. The front end will be sharpened and stretched. Overall, the part changes will save 154-lbs.
DMC is swapping out the existing wheels for a set of 21-inch and 22-inch lightweight rims for the front and rear, respectively. The rubber will be provided by a set of Pirelli Pzero’s, and the car will be fitted with a front-axle lift system and lowering springs.
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– By Alexandra Koken
Source: DMC (via WCF)