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Twin-Turbo Lamborghini Aventador SVJ for Sale, Do You Really Need Both Kidneys?

Most of us would be satisfied with a bone-stock Lamborghini Aventador SVJ. Heck, even a normal Huracan would do, but UndergroundRacing wants only the best in terms of performance.
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Thus, they have set out to modify this black-on-black Lamborghini Aventador SVJ, giving it a twin-turbo conversion, which is pretty much their signature design. The ultra-powerful Italian supercar boasts a lot of mods under the hood, from the custom turbos to the bespoke titanium exhaust, and many more.

To cope with the neck-snapping oomph, they have upgraded the transmission and clutch. An ECU remap is obviously part of the makeover, making sure that the software is on par with the revised and added oily bits.

How much does it put out? With the custom race spec clutch up and running, that would be 2,000 horsepower, not at the crank, but at the wheels. Without it, you’re looking at 1,600 wheel horsepower on the condition that you fill the tank with race gas. Using normal pump gas would still let you challenge the fastest vehicles on the planet, as it would be good for 1,250 whp.

Just for giggles, we will remind you that the stock Aventador SVJ has 759 brake horsepower and 531 pound-feet (720 Nm) of torque at the crank. The naturally aspirated 6.5-liter V12 engine lets it hit 62 mph (100 kph) in 2.8 seconds from a standstill. There are few places on the planet where one could legally and safely travel flat-out in the supercar, which can do over 217 mph (350 kph).

Now for the fun part, because in order to afford this Lamborghini Aventador SVJ, you will need to lose a kidney. On a second thought, you should add the cornea, liver, and other organs that you could spare, because it is listed on the tuner’s website with a buy-it-now price of $1,750,000. So, if you had that much money to spend on a high-end vehicle, would you get it or go for something else?

 
 
 
 
 

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