If the three letters AMG appear in the model designation of a Mercedes-Benz, then it is assured that a powerful and assembled by hand engine from the contemplative Swabian Affalterbach ensures unbridled propulsion.
The basic requirement for any movement is, as generally known, power. And when existing power has to be "corrected upwards" once again, the company mcchip-dkr from Mechernich-Obergartzem is undoubtedly a first choice. The creative team around Danny KUBASIK has always presented a solution, independently from the respective problem.
So it is of course in this case. A C 63 AMG already in-house equipped with 487 hp (or 358 kW) should get more passing prestige implanted. A supercharger kit called MC660 provides a remedy. The name speaks a clear language, as there are 660 hp (485 kW) and 750 Nm of maximum torque now available. Simultaneously with the installation of the MC660, a code field adjustment and also the annulment of the Vmax lock are installed. A sport exhaust manifold in cooperation with a high-end exhaust system including sport catalysts and remote-operated valve control gladly takes over the "communication" with the outer world.
For further improvement of the driving dynamics a KW-Clubsport suspension is installed. The not always simple task of the connection between the car and the road has been taken on by MB rims in “see through” design KV1 in the dimensions of 9x20 inches at the front and 10.5x20 inches at the rear, each fitted with Dunlop Sportmaxx tires.
To draw attention with the public appearance, the white exterior paint is equipped with a "discreet" MC660-foliation with a high recognition value from the pen of CoverEFX. As it can be seen easily, the C 63 AMG –thanks to mcchip-dkr – comes very close to the ideal case through the combination of power and elegance. By the way, for the irresistible engine conversion and power boost to 660 hp the Mechernichans demand 25,999 euros tax inclusive. The project car is also available, for 84,999.00 € incl. VAT it would change the owner…
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