Wheelsandmore is a well-known German aftermarket specialist and their latest work concerns the Maserati MC Stradale. The package has received the name Demonoxious since the output of the engine has been increased to 666 HP (490 kW), representing a massive 206 HP (151 kW) boost compared to the standard output of the mill. The torque figure has also been raised to 472 lb-ft (640 Nm), a bump of 88 lb-ft (120 Nm). Thanks to these changes, this MC Stradale will do 0-62 mph (0-100 km/h) in 3.8 seconds and a top speed of 199 mph (320 km/h) which has been electronically limited.
The additional power was obtained after Wheelsandmore installed a stainless steel sports exhaust system, a charge air cooler and a new air intake. In addition, the engine’s ECU has been remapped and has been fitted with a new supercharger. Other noticeable changes include red brake calipers, 21-inch alloy wheels and an adjustable coilover suspension.
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.