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Ferrari F12 Tweaked by Mcchip-DKR

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The last in the world a Ferrari F12 Berlinetta needs is more power, since the car difficulties handling what it already has. Nevertheless, the guys at Mcchip-DKR have gone ahead and put together a new software for it that will increase the power out of the car’s V12 engine by 27 PS and 32 Nm. So as with the last F12 they tuned, the car now packs around 760 PS.

And why shouldn’t they? We know for a fact that Ferrari themselves is working – or rather have finished, since it is expected to be revealed at the upcoming IAA motor show – a hard-core version of the F12, allegedly called Ferrari F12 GTO. That car is said to be packing close to 800 horsepower.

Just about the only thing the extra power in the GTO and this Mcchip Ferrari F12 is good for is bragging rights. In the real world, you never get to use the standard 700something horsepower you get from that car to the full. But even if you do, a 30 or so more horses won’t make the big a difference in the performance of the vehicle, at least none that you can perceive without the aid of sophisticated measuring devices like a Vbox.

Ferrari F12 Berlinetta Specs:

  • Engine Type 65° V12
  • Bore/stroke 3.7 x 2.96 in (94 x 75,2 mm)
  • Total capacity 382.13 cu in (6262 cc)
  • Compression ratio 13.5:1
  • Maximum power 545 kW (740 CV) at 8250 rpm
  • Specific power 88 KW/ cu in (118 CV/l)
  • Maximum torque 690 Nm at 6000 rpm
  • Maximum revs 8700 rpm
  • Maximum speed over 211 mph (340 km/h)
  • 0-100 km/h 3.1 sec
  • 0-200 km/h 8.5 sec
  • Length 181,8 in (4618 mm)
  • Width 76,5 in (1942 mm)
  • Height 50,1 in (1273 mm)
  • Wheelbase 107,1 in (2720 mm)
  • Front track 65,6 in (1665 mm)
  • Rear track 63,7 in (1618 mm)
  • Dry weight 3362,0 lb (1525 kg)
  • Kerb weight 3593,5 lb (1630 Kg)
  • Weight distribution 46% front, 54% rear
  • Fuel tank 24.3 US gal – 20.2 UK/gal (92 l)

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