Monday, June 25, 2012

2011 Brabus 700 Biturbo Review

Brabus biturbo 700 i driven by Brabus biturbo 700 hp with the new (690 hp) / 514 kW and maximum torque of 850 Nm (626 lb.-ft.) and dressed in a thrilling version of the jumbo WIDESTAR AMG Brabus Mercedes SLS commissioning up a new level in the league of super sports cars. The butterfly, refined by a unique interior, reached a top speed of 340 km / h (213 mph), and celebrates its world premiere at the Geneva Motor Show 2011.

A system of high-tech turbo engine high-tech SLS: The Brabus motor engineers have designed a state of the art system Twin Turbo for fast revving eight-cylinder four-valve engine SLS.

The exhaust manifold is optimized for high performance flow of exhaust gases and is specially designed for this sports car. They run the two turbochargers. The chargers themselves are another development custom Brabus. For a faster response and improved efficiency, both chargers are equipped with an air valve.

V-engines are normally equipped with two chargers, turn right, with the consequent disadvantages for response characteristics. To eliminate these problems, engineers have developed the Brabus B63 Bi-turbo charging system with a left turn to the left side of the engine. This allows the turbine and the entrance to be designed for a perfect gas flow and gas dynamics. The result is a curve of engine power into circulation a copy.

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