DMC LP700 M-GT: Lamborghini Murcielago Tuning

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DMC LP700 M-GT: Lamborghini Murcielago TuningDMC LP700 M-GT: Lamborghini Murcielago TuningDMC LP700 M-GT: Lamborghini Murcielago TuningDMC LP700 M-GT: Lamborghini Murcielago Tuning
The Lamborghini Aventador receives a lot of attention these days, but this doesn’t mean that the world has forgotten about the Murcielago. The latest example that demonstrates this comes from aftermarket developer DMC, which has released a complex modification kit for the supercar.
We’ll start under the hood, where the V12 unit has been rebranded as LP700, which probably means that we get a power boost of 40 hp over the stock 640 hp. DMC has replaced the engine’s combined overhead throttle valves (there was one for each cylinder bank) with 12 unique single throttle plates, also replacing the gasoline pumps and - lines, as well as the pressure modulators and injection nozzles.

The tuner also added new crankshafts, an electronic load pressure control system, as well as a custom exhaust system with an optional metallic catalytic converter. All the new tech goodies are, of course, handled by a new ECU map.

This tech package is wrapped in an exterior kit that includes restyled front and rear fascias (the latter uses an integrated diffuser, as well as a rear wing, with all the parts being made of carbon fiber. In addition to that, DMC also offer glass engine covers for the cars that didn’t come fitted with such goodies.

Climbing aboard, we find materials such as leather and carbon fiber, with customers having the possibility to let their imagination go wild.
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