Ferrari’s current most powerful model (until the Enzo replacement arrives) is the FF and has received an aftermarket kit from the engineers over at Wheelsandmore. The car now sits on a brand new set of ultra-light forged 6 Sporz² wheels which measure 9.5×21 at the front axle and 12×22 for the rear wheels. On all four corners there are P Zero Nero tires provided by Pirelli. Aside from the new shoes, the FF packs an in-house stainless steel exhaust system that comes with remote operable valve flaps. The tuning program will be updated with new springs and coilover for the vehicle’s suspension, resulting in a height decrease of 0.98 inches (25mm).
In terms of additional power, the FF by Wheelsandmore is available with a stage 1 kit which will set you back 3,782 euros. It brings a reprogrammed ECU and chip tuning lifting output from the stock 485 kW (660 HP) to 503 kW (684 HP). The torque figure has also jumped from 683 Nm (504 lb-ft) to 705 Nm (520 lb-ft).
There’s also the more expensive stage 2 kit priced at 9,244 euros which encompasses another ECU upgrade and the custom exhaust system. As a result, the engine pumps out 515 kW (700 HP) and 715 Nm (527 lb-ft) of torque.
Source: Wheelsandmore via WCF