• Kleemann's 770+ horsepower Mercedes-Benz C197 SLS AMG M159 V8 supercharger system released - Dyno, video

      The SLS AMG is already a very powerful car in stock form with its excellent naturally aspirated 6.2 liter M159 AMG built V8. Taking such a great motor and adding a little boost can only make it better right? How about to the tune of 770 horsepower from the stock 562-583 (depending on model year). Kleemann did provide a dyno substantiating their horsepower claims showing a peak of 770.4 horsepower a few hundred rpm before redline.

      As Kleemann is based in Denmark BenzBoost.com is not familiar with the dyno used or how this dyno would translate to numbers at the wheels on Dynojet to put the figures in context. There is obviously no doubt the Eaton TVS based system will add power and the pictured exhaust upgrades are stated as required by Kleemann to realize the full power.

      No USA pricing announced yet or if the specifications transfer over to 91 octane pump gas. Hopefully more details will come but until then enjoy the pictures, dynograph, and video below.











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      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Jake@Eurocharged.com Click here to enlarge
        We heard the same thing at sema, just that one of the sls's had issues that turned out to be a speed sensor. (Figured it wasn't Jim as we had met up with him and the weistec boys for a bit while we were buying another dyno)
        @KUSA we tried to find the owner as we had star on us at the show but he already had everything in good hands.

        Both cars are very impressive...I just like Jim's as he has red wheels.
        Thanks for your insight Jake.
      1. LZH's Avatar
        LZH -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
        There is no need to bring that discussion into this thread.

        While it is true Fast Lane's IP matched for the first three sets of numbers it was a mobile IP and not a direct match. He was simply the closest. It is most likely somebody here used their phone to register.

        Please drop this now as I don't want thread taken off track for personal matters.
        Wilco.