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    • Italian Unicorn - Ferrari GTC4Lusso AWD V12 tuning results by Gintan hit 645 all wheel horsepower

      A nice spate of Italian naturally V12 tuning results posted as of late, eh? You had Fabspeed post their results with a Lamborghini Aventador SVJ as well as Dyno Spectrum tackle a Ferrari 812 Superfast. Well, Gintani got their hands on a naturally aspirated Italian V12 paired to an all wheel drive system.


      All wheel drive, a DCT transmission, and a naturally aspirated V12 makes the GTC4Lusso very unique in today's marketplace and a very rare Ferrari in particular. It is a love it or hate type of vehicle and put FerrariBoost.com in the love it column.

      The 13.5:1 compression 6.3 liter V12 makes 681 horsepower stock. That translates to 582 horsepower at all four wheels on Gintani's Mustang dynamometer. A very healthy baseline.

      Squeezing power out of the high strung V12 is not easy but Gintani picked up some incredible gains:


      With a tune and full exhaust they are making 645 horsepower to all four wheels past 8000 rpm. That is on 91 octane pump gas no less. A gain of 63 all wheel horsepower.

      You will be hard pressed to get more out of the motor without going to methanol injection or race gas.

      Now if only someone would add some boost to one of these...

      This article was originally published in forum thread: Italian Unicorn - Ferrari GTC4Lusso AWD V12 tuning results by Gintan hit 645 all wheel horsepower started by Sticky View original post
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      1. Zombie1's Avatar
        Zombie1 -
        One of my dream cars, would love to see a twin supercharger kit on it.
      1. blowns4's Avatar
        blowns4 -
        That's Ben Yang's car, I didn't know it was awd, damn now I want one too LOL
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by blowns4 Click here to enlarge
        That's Ben Yang's car, I didn't know it was awd, damn now I want one too LOL
        Oddly the twin turbo V8 version is RWD.
      1. nbrigdan's Avatar
        nbrigdan -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
        A nice spate of Italian naturally V12 tuning results posted as of late, eh? You had Fabspeed post their results with a Lamborghini Aventador SVJ as well as Dyno Spectrum tackle a Ferrari 812 Superfast.
        I love seeing tuning and dynos for all these rare models. So many interesting data points (ie: Ferrari dynos) that we don't normally get to see ever.

        Furthermore these gains are incredible, 63 WHP on a mustang dyno with a naturally aspirated engine? Awesome. I wonder what they could do with the V8 turbo version!
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by nbrigdan Click here to enlarge
        I love seeing tuning and dynos for all these rare models. So many interesting data points (ie: Ferrari dynos) that we don't normally get to see ever.
        Isn't that why this place is the best?

        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by nbrigdan Click here to enlarge
        I wonder what they could do with the V8 turbo version!
        Results have been posted from them with the TT Ferrari V8...
      1. nbrigdan's Avatar
        nbrigdan -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
        Results have been posted from them with the TT Ferrari V8...
        Somehow missed that one. 687 WHP / 585 lb-ft... so more performance in a lighter package for less money? Unless you desperately need AWD it seems like the T is the way to go.
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by nbrigdan Click here to enlarge
        Somehow missed that one. 687 WHP / 585 lb-ft... so more performance in a lighter package for less money? Unless you desperately need AWD it seems like the T is the way to go.
        The T is cheaper and is far more easily tuned.

        However... that V12 is incredible. Someone just needs to add a little boost to it. Then that AWD will come in handy...