Tuner squeezes 736bhp out of the 430 Scuderia
20 October 2009

Tuner Novitec is bidding farewell to the Ferrari 430 Scuderia with this Edizione 747.

The V8 engine has been fitted with twin superchargers to bring power up to 736bhp (or 747 metric horsepower). The sprint to 62mph takes less than 3.4sec and the car will hit 187mph in 22.9sec and a top speed of 218mph.

An intercooling circuit with its own water circuit is fitted to keep engine temperatures.

The bodywork is finished in two-tone matt black and yellow paint, and Novitec has fitted dark rear lenses.

The wheels are 20-inch all round and are fitted with Michelin Pilot Cup sport tyres. Inside there is a flat-bottomed carbonfibre steering wheel with matching carbonfibre paddles.

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20 October 2009

Should sell in the Emirates, what a hideous color scheme!,either yellow or black but not both at the same time, do it in chrome and it'll be faster too!

Peter Cavellini.

20 October 2009

[quote Peter Cavellini]what a hideous color scheme!,either yellow or black but not both at the same time[/quote]

Yeah, I agree. I seen a 'normal' Novitec Rosso F430 in Seoul and it looked awesome, in red with black alloys. If this had a similar colour scheme it'd look great.

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