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    TT C63 Coupe



    Saw this on mbworld. I don't know anything about this build or who is behind it. I'm just posting up what I found. Enjoy!


    This is the list of mods from the video page on Youtube:

    This video here, is the first recorded test of our Mercedes C63 Coupé AMG Twin Turbo. The specs of our prototype is as follows:

    Race pump gas
    Custom twin billet 64mm Precision Turbochargers
    TiAL billet wastegates and billet blow off valves
    K&N air filters
    Custom fabricated stainless steel exhaust using aircraft quality metal
    Ultra lightweight stainless steel mufflers
    Custom fabricated stainless steel air induction using aircraft quality metal
    Custom Air/Water intercooler system with high flow water pump
    Custom ice water reservoir
    High flow intercooler water heat exchanger
    Crankcase ventilation system
    Show quality polishing on turbo compressor, intercooler and charge piping.
    Custom heat shielding and high quality heat wrap
    Exhaust Finish Options:high temp heat coating or polished mirror finish
    High quality silicone hose
    High pressure T-bolt clamps for intake pressure tubes
    High quality v-band clamps for exhaust connections
    Remapped ECU
    Remapped Mercedes AMG Race Start System
    Remapped ESP and Sport Handling modes
    Full blue print and balanced race short block
    Carrillo billet steel connecting rods
    CP custom reverse dish aluminum race pistons
    CP spiral locks
    CP .180+ wall wrist pins
    CP oil rail support
    Custom steel cylinder sleeves
    Main bearings
    Rod bearings
    Fuel System
    Two custom billet fuel pump hangers with high flow fuel pumps
    Custom aluminum fuel rails
    All Aeroquip stainless steel fuel line and aluminum fittings
    Aeromotive adjustable fuel pressure regulator
    Upgraded fuel injectors
    AEM Engine Management System
    GReddy Electronic boost controller
    Custom wiring harness
    Professional dyno and streetability tuning

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    ABOUT $#@!ING TIME

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    They're saying it's a fake video on mbworld. So, I guess it was too good to be true. Oh well.

    Admins, maybe it's worth deleting.

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    Complete Fake!

    and just for the record, the only tuners that are able to equip turbos for the M156 are Brabus. They are the only ones that have the necessary files and coding for this type of forced induction!
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Jacob502 Click here to enlarge
    Complete Fake!

    and just for the record, the only tuners that are able to equip turbos for the M156 are Brabus. They are the only ones that have the necessary files and coding for this type of forced induction!
    What idiotic claims are you making now ??? The motor has no clue if it's a blower or turbos making the boost you moron. Why don't you ask your boy Steve at Weistec and see what he says. They can tune for whatever they want - there are no phantom FILES that only Brabus has access to LOL. You crack me up with the amount of bull$#@! you post on here.
    You are the NUMBER ONE reason people should never believe what the read on the internet.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Jacob502 Click here to enlarge
    Complete Fake!

    and just for the record, the only tuners that are able to equip turbos for the M156 are Brabus. They are the only ones that have the necessary files and coding for this type of forced induction!
    From what I understand (just from reading on the internet over time), Brabus used to be the only tuner with the codes needed for these types of F/I projects. But, as LZH correctly states, that's no longer true. F/I is F/I, whether blower or turbos. Now it seems, these M156's can be built for anything and tuned accordingly.

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    Sure doesnt look real but if it was, that would be bad ass. One word of advice; transplant an m157 into this beast and shut up.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sonny Click here to enlarge
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...;v=esnJszyO3o0

    Saw this on mbworld. I don't know anything about this build or who is behind it. I'm just posting up what I found. Enjoy!


    This is the list of mods from the video page on Youtube:

    This video here, is the first recorded test of our Mercedes C63 Coupé AMG Twin Turbo. The specs of our prototype is as follows:

    Race pump gas
    Custom twin billet 64mm Precision Turbochargers
    TiAL billet wastegates and billet blow off valves
    K&N air filters
    Custom fabricated stainless steel exhaust using aircraft quality metal
    Ultra lightweight stainless steel mufflers
    Custom fabricated stainless steel air induction using aircraft quality metal
    Custom Air/Water intercooler system with high flow water pump
    Custom ice water reservoir
    High flow intercooler water heat exchanger
    Crankcase ventilation system
    Show quality polishing on turbo compressor, intercooler and charge piping.
    Custom heat shielding and high quality heat wrap
    Exhaust Finish Options:high temp heat coating or polished mirror finish
    High quality silicone hose
    High pressure T-bolt clamps for intake pressure tubes
    High quality v-band clamps for exhaust connections
    Remapped ECU
    Remapped Mercedes AMG Race Start System
    Remapped ESP and Sport Handling modes
    Full blue print and balanced race short block
    Carrillo billet steel connecting rods
    CP custom reverse dish aluminum race pistons
    CP spiral locks
    CP .180+ wall wrist pins
    CP oil rail support
    Custom steel cylinder sleeves
    Main bearings
    Rod bearings
    Fuel System
    Two custom billet fuel pump hangers with high flow fuel pumps
    Custom aluminum fuel rails
    All Aeroquip stainless steel fuel line and aluminum fittings
    Aeromotive adjustable fuel pressure regulator
    Upgraded fuel injectors
    AEM Engine Management System
    GReddy Electronic boost controller
    Custom wiring harness
    Professional dyno and streetability tuning
    This is the real video of that car.



    I remember Andy/MHP sending me this email long ago. So i wonder who did that ridiculous video ! Click here to enlarge

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    Whoever did this has wasted his time making it + importing other turbo engine run sound + writing all these mods !
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Q4P Click here to enlarge
    Sure doesnt look real but if it was, that would be bad ass. One word of advice; transplant an m157 into this beast and shut up.
    I wish I could rep you for that

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sonny Click here to enlarge
    From what I understand (just from reading on the internet over time), Brabus used to be the only tuner with the codes needed for these types of F/I projects. But, as LZH correctly states, that's no longer true. F/I is F/I, whether blower or turbos. Now it seems, these M156's can be built for anything and tuned accordingly.
    Hi Sonny,

    Thats not entirely correct. The only similar aspect for forced induction between SC and a bi-turbo in regards to the software is the removal of the torque limitations. However, fuel maps and ignition timing as well as writing them accordingly to each application (whether it be SC or biturbo) is completely diffrent. Even MAF sensor readings are regulated diffrently!
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sirex63 Click here to enlarge
    This is the real video of that car.
    Car sounds great. Love the exhaust.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Jacob502 Click here to enlarge
    Hi Sonny,

    Thats not entirely correct. The only similar aspect for forced induction between SC and a bi-turbo in regards to the software is the removal of the torque limitations. However, fuel maps and ignition timing as well as writing them accordingly to each application (whether it be SC or biturbo) is completely diffrent. Even MAF sensor readings are regulated diffrently!
    Jacob, that's not the point. Of course supercharger and turbo setups vary in their respective tuning requirements. Just like tuning requirements vary between different supercharger builds. And the same for different turbo setups.

    My point was that regardless of one's choice of F/I, the ECU can be mapped accordingly. That wasn't always the case.

    I bet a Mercedes forced induction specialist could tune for rear mounted turbos on an M156 car now.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Jacob502 Click here to enlarge
    Hi Sonny,

    Thats not entirely correct. The only similar aspect for forced induction between SC and a bi-turbo in regards to the software is the removal of the torque limitations. However, fuel maps and ignition timing as well as writing them accordingly to each application (whether it be SC or biturbo) is completely diffrent. Even MAF sensor readings are regulated diffrently!
    If that is the case then what were you referring to previously when you said only Brabus has the only files required for such a build and the required tuning ?? Now you are are saying the only thing that is modified is the torque limitations ??? LOL You do recognize that torque limitations are DIRECTLY linked to many parameters in the ECU including throttle management, throttle position, steering angle, yaw sensors etc, right???? ? Maybe not because you are too dense and uninformed.
    They are separate yet linked by a common thread - always. One did not exist electronically before the other so that throws your theory right out the window with every other piece of bull$#@! you post.
    Torque limitations and adaptations exist to limit driveline failure and warranty claims. But they do not exist in a vacuum. The fact that you don't realize that and take yet another thread off topic because of your ignorance is not surprising.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Jacob502 Click here to enlarge
    Hi Sonny,

    Thats not entirely correct. The only similar aspect for forced induction between SC and a bi-turbo in regards to the software is the removal of the torque limitations. However, fuel maps and ignition timing as well as writing them accordingly to each application (whether it be SC or biturbo) is completely diffrent. Even MAF sensor readings are regulated diffrently!
    +1

    That is true.

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    Aaaw, what a let down!

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by SLS AMG Click here to enlarge
    Idiotic claims?
    His Idiotic claim that only Brabus has the magical files to tune for turbos - others have agreed it was a stupid comment and you seem to be equally as dense buy not recognizing it.

    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by SLS AMG Click here to enlarge
    Well then let's get some of your knowledge Professor LZH Click here to enlarge

    You got a problem with Steven you scumbag??? Click here to enlarge
    Maybe someone should reflash an ECU and stick it up your ass so it would have force-induction on it and then you'll be going like this you $#@!head Click here to enlarge.

    Looks like with your F/I ass you'll be able to finish-off your sh_it in seconds Click here to enlarge
    No I don't have a problem with Steve at all. But once again you missed the point you stupid $#@!tard. I was simply suggesting that your retarded brother from another mother call Steve and ask him if he could tune for turbos. Not even going to address your anal fetish comments.

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    I was talking about the first video being a let down Click here to enlarge

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Adrenacide Click here to enlarge
    I was talking about the first video being a let down Click here to enlarge
    I agree. Not sure why nno one has done a rear mount turbo setup.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Adrenacide Click here to enlarge
    Aaaw, what a let down!
    I feel the same way. Was excited and now... meh.

    The problem is really packaging more than anything. Can it be done? Sure, but who will do it?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by LZH Click here to enlarge
    I agree. Not sure why nno one has done a rear mount turbo setup.
    Likely because rear mount is seen as a cop-out. Plus cars should have less plumbing than homes.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    I feel the same way. Was excited and now... meh.

    The problem is really packaging more than anything. Can it be done? Sure, but who will do it?

    UGR

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by LZH Click here to enlarge

    UGR
    They can do anything but the advantage they have with the cars they do is the mid-engine layout which gives them the space necessary.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    They can do anything but the advantage they have with the cars they do is the mid-engine layout which gives them the space necessary.
    Good point. But they've done a few Vipers. Where did they mount the turbos on those ? Or, is it just that the Viper has some much space up front ??

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by LZH Click here to enlarge
    Good point. But they've done a few Vipers. Where did they mount the turbos on those ? Or, is it just that the Viper has some much space up front ??
    The viper just has a big bay.

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