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Our last update on our Project Ferrari 360 was at the end of June. 2 months later, we have a whole ton of cool stuff added to it! Our vision for this car is bolt-on performance and styling with a fresh look and ultimately a big ending. We wanted this car to be unique in many ways. To freshen it up, we changed out the wheels to some of the new Radenergie F02 forged monoblock wheel. In a 20x9 and 20x11, they were ashtonishing lightweight. The front wheel weighed 21.5lbs and the rear weighed 24lbs. This was about 4lbs per corner lighter then the other wheels on the car! The wheels were wrapped with some Toyo T1R tires in 245/30/20 and 325/25/20 sizes.

Next much like Porsche cars, the stock brakes are good, but there is better and bigger. We replaced the factory Ferrari brakes with StopTech's 380mm (15in) drilled 2 piece rotor, 6piston caliper kit. The massive brakes feature a uniquely engineered business bore design and vein setup on the rotors to further the braking performance over stock. The calipers have been painted to match the cars yellow color and then a black Ferrari sticker in place to keep that branding purists love. The rear brakes were upgraded with StopTech's 328x28mm 2pc drilled rotor kit and then we painted the rear calipers to match.

Heading over to the performance side of things, we attacked the 3 basics for any car... Intake, Exhaust, ECU Flash. First we connected with the guys at Fabspeed to their carbon box and BMC filter kit. The intake dresses up the engine bay SO NICE and the BMC filters really have the car breathing. To add some flavor, we had some pieces powdercoated red to match the valve cover. After the intake, we installed our new Agency Power Valvetronic Exhaust for the Ferrari 360. At the push of a button, this exhaust goes from sport to full GT Race mode. The exhaust bypasses the mufflers and gives the most insane roar you will ever here. At the end of the exhaust are some stout matte black quad exhaust tips. In addition to the exhaust system, we are doing some Agency Power headers which are in production now.

Our final upgrade to the car was the PowerChip ECU Flash. Because the Ferrari 360 has 2 ECU's, we removed the ECU's and sent them to PowerChip in California to be modded. Having already done this ECU upgrade on our Project M5 with great results, it would be a sure bet to work well on the 360. Since we are also running catless race pipes, this ECU flash keeps that pestering CEL light from coming on.

Now that all these mods are done, we are going to break the car in as it has sat for about 3 weeks. Then we will get some dyno numbers to compare to our original baseline test and some sweet video. In the interm, enjoy these pictures and check out all the Ferrari Modification Pictures Here.









 

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nice work
 

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wow that looks sick!
 

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It would be great if you could put together a YouTube video so we can all see and hear the progress you've made.:D:D cool 360!
 

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I fell in love. Looks amazing i would of got maybe a different color to go with the black rims but who cares the car is stunning. Post a video of it in action.
 

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ive always liked peeping around your site!!
good shit as usual!


those wheels are NASTY!!! good nasty!
 
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