Friday, November 13, 2009

2010 Wheelsandmore Aston Martin DB9 Convertible

German well known cartuner wheelsandmore revealed their custom modifications on the Aston Martin DB9 convertible. The exterior received a special polyurethane bodykit, contending stylish sideskirts, aprons in the front as well as rear and a rear lid spoiler what gives the elegant britain a more aggressive look.

The stock version of the 6.0L V12 is coming with 476hp, too less for the tuning enthusiasts adding enormous 60hp and 50 lb-ft of torque with an ECU upgrade, special 200 cells sportcatalysts and a valve controlled, stainless steel exhaust system. Because of the remote controlled exhaust system the car now sounds like a V12 should sound, if the driver wants it.

The specifications of the front Kahn RS-V wheels are 9.0×20 inches diameter and are wrapped in some of the best performance tires; the Dunlop Sport Maxx 255/35/20. The rear Kahn RS-V wheels are 11.0×20 inches and therefore needed the larger 285/30/20 tires.

H&R themselves customized a springset especially for wheelsandmore’s DB9 convertible, lowering the car around 25mm for a sportier look and a better handling.


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