Edo Competition reveals its own version of the Enzo
30 July 2009

A high-performance package for the Ferrari Enzo has been launched by Edo Competition.

The German tuning specialist has fully overhauled the Enzo’s 6.3-litre V12 engine by adding new steel cylinders, pistons, camshafts, valve springs, and connecting rods. It calls its creation the Ferrari Enzo XX.

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Edo has also added new oil cooling piston pipes, exhaust manifolds, a sports air filter, a high-performance clutch, and a new oil pump.

These performance tweaks increase the power output to 789bhp and torque to 575lb ft. The Enzo XX can get from 0-62mph in 3.2sec, from 0-124mph in 9.0sec and from 0-186mph in 19.0sec, before going on to reach a claimed top speed of 236mph.

Edo has also fitted extra carbonfibre bodywork, carbon-ceramic brakes and new lightweight black racing wheels equipped with high-performance Michelin tyres. These changes help reduce the Enzo’s kerb weight by more than 100kg.

No prices for the conversion have been announced by Edo Competition.

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