The Wimmer RS tuning for the Ferrari 430 Scuderia 16M Spider is first in our tuning a day series. We’ll be bringing you a post a day of the recent tunings that have been released, and we figured we’d start with something red and something Ferrari.
The Scuderia Spider tuning has modified bumpers and a rear diffuser, and on the engine front it features new sport valves and engine control system. This is part of the “Power Packet” which uses two catalytic coverters increase power by 38 hp. The 430 Scuderia Spider now has a top speed of 321 km/hr, and reaches 100 km/hr in just 3.84 seconds. The sprint to 200 km/hr takes 11.03 seconds and reaching 300 km/hr takes nearly 35 seconds.
You even get a sound modifying remote control to change the sound of the car and rather than lowering it, the Scuderia now has a KW Hydraulic Lift System which raises the car by 45 mm to avoid those annoying bumps and garage ramps. Completing the package are 19-inch black BBS FI alloy wheels and high speed Dunlop tyres.
According to tuning house Novitec Rosso, not even a Ferrari 430 Scuderia Spider 16M is enough to please some exclusive customers. And so here’s a tuning recipe dedicated to 499 cars of the Italian spider: new alloy wheels, bronzed rear lights, but especially a dizzying performance upgrade.
The V8 4.3 litre engine passes from 510 to a whopping 717 hp thanks to a twin turbo kit and a series of mechanical upgrades. The car will still have a top speed of 348 km/hr, reach 100 km/hr in 3.5 seconds, and to hit 300 km/hr you’ll 26.1 seconds (of sheer terror?). A possible limit of 696 hp could be imposed, but that’s still enough to get the wind in the hair of some customers.
Source | 4Wheelsnews (Thanks to flex214 for the tip)