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Novitec Rosso Ferrari 458 Spider Released by SR Auto

Canadian aftermarket developer SR Auto Group has recently gotten its hands on a Ferrari 458 Spider and the company now wants to share the results of its work with us.
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The open-top supercar received new shoes. We are talking about Novitec NF4 wheels that come in a 21-inch size up front and 22-inch size at the back, being wrapped in Pirelli P Zero rubber.

A stance change was pursued, so the Ferrari 458 Spider was also fitted with Novitec Rosso lowering springs, but kept its OEM Ohlins shock absorbers.

In addition, the Ferrari received a custom exhaust system made of Inconel, an ultra-light material. The setup includes a pair of special manifolds, sports catalysts, as well as a rear muffler, while customers can also order a butterfly valve that allows them to alter the sound. The exhaust is 21 kg (46.3 lbs) lighter than the stock one and brings a 39 hp power increase.

Once the tech part of the project was taken care of, the 458 Spider was gifted with a carbon fiber treatment. This consists of a two-piece front apron with side elements, air intakes on the wings, a new grille, mirror caps, side skirts, a diffuser, as well as a lip spoiler at the back.
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