Wheelsandmore Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG

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Fresh onto the market, the Mercedes SLS AMG has gained a lot of attention. Wheelsandmore have created a new aftermarket line for the SLS AMG comprising of ECU upgrade, exhaust, suspension, and various styling features.

On the outside, Wheelsandmore offer a set of handmade 20 inch milled and forged wheels on Dunlop Sportmaxx tires in size 265/30/20 up front and 285/30/20 in the rear. If the customer is not satisfied with the color from Mercedes, they can have Wheelsandmore paint their car in a flashy new color.

A new valve controlled exhaust system, with sport catalytic converters helps free up 25 horsepower. The exhaust also allows the driver three different setup modes (soft/cruise/race) for a better engine response. A major upgrade to the engine comes via the tuned ECU. This tuned ECU helps shoot up the horsepower from 571 to 610 hp and 650 to 680 pound-feet of torque (880 to 921 Nm). This increase in power is good to send the SLS to 201 miles per hour.

To make the SLS AMG handle better, Wheelsandmore opted to use tuner’s Level Control System, which includes super light full race coilovers that feature adjustable compression and rebound. This helps raise or lower the car up to 30mm.

As if the car didn’t stop fast enough, Wheelsandmore upgraded the brake system to an 8 piston caliper and 14.69×1.34 inch rotors up front and 6 piston caliper and 14.2×1.26 rotors in the rear.

If you can afford the Wheelsandmore Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG, you probably do not need to worry about the price list. But just in-case it doesn’t break the bank account, it’s listed below.

Wheels and Tires €8,235

Paint and Exhaust €7,562

ECU Tune €2,521

Suspension €7,040

Brake Upgrade €11,763

Via: Wheelsandmore

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