Edo Competition Lamborghini Murcielago LP750

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German car tuning company Edo Competition have done it again with their “Edo Competition Murcielago LP750” supercar.  The LP750 is based on the Murcielago LP640 and now produces 750 horsepower and 546 pound-feet (740 Nm) of torque.  They had previoiusly tuned the LP650 to produce 710 HP and 516 lb-ft (700 Nm) of torque and called it LP710.

The Murcielago LP750 is capable of reaching a top speed of 227 mph (365 km/h) and the 0 – 62 mph sprint happens in just 3.1 seconds.  The car hits 124 mph (200 km/h) in 9.7 seconds and 186 mph (300 km/h) in 24.5 seconds.

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To achieve the high horsepower, Edo Competition modified the cylinder heads and a high-flow air box was installed.  The new intake system includes a hand-made intake manifold and modified air ducts.  This increases the volume and speed of air entering the engine which increases even more as higher speeds are achieved.  High flow catalytic converters, exhaust headers, air filters, and exhaust tips were also added.  To cope with all the changes, the ECU was re-tuned and a new single plate clutch was added for maximum awesomeness.  For those looking for even more awesome, Edo Competition can convert the LP750 from all-wheel drive to rear-wheel drive, resulting in 88 pounds (40 kg) of weight savings.

A modified aerodynamics package was included to increase high speed stability; a new re-designed rear wing was added that features an adjustable lip spoiler.

The car is finished in menacing flat-black paint with bright green highlights.  The Edo Competition Lamborghini Murcielago LP750 sits on light-weight wheels that are wrapped in high-performance Michelin 265/35 ZR18 front and 345/30 ZR19 rear tires.

Via: Edo Competition

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