Mercedes-AMG GT R Gets 891 HP plus OEM and Aftermarket Upgrades
Mercedes-AMG GT R Gets 891 HP plus OEM and Aftermarket Upgrades

BS Teile Centre (BSTC), a German store that sells utilised Mercedes components, just unveiled its most recent venture based mostly on the Mercedes-AMG GT R that primarily takes advantage of new original products manufacturer (OEM) sections and some aftermarket components. The result is an 891 hp beast with a a lot more placing exterior.

Starting with the motor, the 4.-liter twin-turbo V8 of the auto rewards from the new Weistec Engineering W.4. turbochargers, ARMA carbon-fiber intake, Wagner air coolers, and IPE downpipes with 200-mobile sport catalytic converters to carry its output in close proximity to the 900 hp mark. That figures make the AMG GT R more powerful than the major-of-the-line Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series with 720 hp.

As for the body components, BSTC swapped some OEM sections taken from the Mercedes-AMG GT Professional design to pipe up the attraction of the AMG GT R. These consist of the unit’s bumpers, wheel fenders, aspect skirts, rear wing, rear diffuser, and brakes. The donor also replaced its wheels with 20-inch units in titanium gray matte hugged by Michelin Pilot Activity Cup 2 tires.

It need to be noted however that the elements swapping on the body is only aesthetic in mother nature. For that reason, the AMG GT R does not acquire the AMG GT Pro’s electronically-adjustable rear wing and traction control program.

There was no point out of the new to 62 mph acceleration time of the modified Mercedes-AMG GT R by BSTC, but it is approximated to be all over the three-second mark as the Black Series of the variety accomplishes that feat in mere 3.1 seconds.