edo Murcièlago LP 710 /2

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  1. #1 ajzahn, Aug 1, 2008
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    edo Murcièlago LP710 /2

    The mightiest bull there ever was …
    … edo competition builds the world’s fastest Lamborghini Murcièlago.

    Anyone searching for the exceptional simply has to look to edo competition. Tapping its roots as one of the ultimate performance vehicle tuners, the company from Ahlen, Germany has turned its eyes towards a very special car, the new Lamborghini Murciélago LP 640.

    The already extremely capable monster has been turned into the world’s fastest and most powerful Lamborghini Murcièlago by edo competition: the edo LP710 /2.

    Engine: 6.5 liter V12
    Output: 710 hp and 700 Nm (516 ft-lb)
    Acceleration 0 - 100 km/h (0 – 62 mph): 3.2 seconds
    0 – 200 km/h (0 – 124 mph): under 10 seconds!
    Top speed: >360 km/h (>224 mph)

    The increase in power was achieved through the use of new exhaust headers, new high flow catalytic converters, new mufflers, a new exhaust tip, new performance camshafts, modified cylinder heads and new high flow air filters.
    The engine controls are reprogrammed to make ideal use of the individual modifications.

    This powerful package is brought to perfection with optimized aerodynamics which enhances the stability of the mighty bull and bestows the car with an even more dynamic elegance. A newly developed and beautifully shaped rear wing with an adjustable lip completes the aerodynamics package.

    A high-speed wheel and tire combination: 19 inch light alloy wheel set with special Continental high-speed tires: 225/35 ZR 19 Continental V-max in the front and 325/30 ZR 19 Continental V-max in the rear.

    High performance exhaust system

    A marvelous sound emanates from the edo competition stainless steel high performance exhaust system which includes a new exhaust tip. A new butterfly-valve control system – remote-controlled on request – is available, too. The more aggressive rear view is a great side-effect.

    Drivetrain / clutch

    edo competition has developed a new single disc clutch. Additionally the 4-wheel drive arrangement is turned into a 2-wheel drive setup. The LP 710 /2 is delivered with rear wheel drive. Weight savings of 40 kg (88 lb) and more agile handling are the result of this conversion.

    All modifications are carried out exclusively at edo competition Motorsport GmbH in Ahlen.

    >>> =0]www.edo-competition.de/Filme.194.0.html?&tx_bddbflvvideogallery_pi1[video]=0
  2. edo Murcièlago LP710 /2

    wow awesome!
  3. edo Murcièlago LP710 /2

    0-124 in under ten, omg
  4. edo Murcièlago LP710 /2
  5. edo Murcièlago LP710 /2

    This is amazingly hot. I heart edo.
  6. edo Murcièlago LP 710/2

    What's with the skinny front tires?
  7. edo Murcièlago LP 710/2

    Rear wheel drive FTMFW!!!! it's about damn time.

    edo is doing it big right now
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  9. better aerodynamic
  10. #10 ajzahn, Aug 1, 2008
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  11. edo LP 710 /2 > Zonda F ?

    I�d take it over the Reventon by far
  12. Edo is my favorite tuner by FARRRR
  13. Hell no. Only F40 over Zonda F for me as far as supercars go.
  14. looks, goes, sounds like a proper lamborghini.

    still prefer a zonda f, obviously, but considering the performance of the LP710/2, that's more personal preference than an objective observation.
  15. edo rules!
  16. Not in love with the aesthetics tbh
  17. rather would buy a 640 and ask edo for an update than buying a Reventon
  18. I just called them to find out whether this 40 kgs weight reduction was achieved by taking out all mechanical parts for the 4-wheel-drive at the front axle or whether "the 4-wheel drive arrangement was turned into a 2-wheel drive setup" just by disabling the drive electronically, the first was confirmed
  19. That means their FWD assembly is really light. Maybe even lighter than that of the Gallardo. The Murcielago gearbox is in front of the engine so the prop shaft to the front diff should be short, but I always thought the diffs and driveshafts would be very heavy due the V12's high torque.

    This car came out ahead of Lambo's own SV version. It might cause them to reconsider releasing it as AWD if this car performs better as RWD.
  20. Nothing would stop someone who owns a Reventon from getting the same mods from EDO. The mechanicals are the same and the aerodynamics are better. The EDO mods for this car are fantastic, they add so much power without any forced induction.
  21. that IS hooooootttt!!!
  22. how much is that gonna cost?
  23. Edo Competition has unveiled �the world�s fastest Lamborghini Murci�lago�. The LP710/2 develops 710PS (700bhp) by dint of a new ECU, exhaust, camshafts, air filters and cylinder heads. The �/2� part of the name refers to the fact the front driveshafts have been removed, saving 40kg and leading to �more agile handling�. 0-62mph in 3.2sec and a top speed of over 224mph are claimed. (evo)

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