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  1. Mercedes-Benz W222 S550 - Vorsteiner V-FF 103

    A full-sized four-door gets some flow-forged goodness.

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  2. Mercedes-Benz GLE350 - Vorsteiner V-FF 107

    A big white Benz and a big set of wheels.

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  3. Mercedes-AMG W205 C63S - Mode Carbon

    Stuttgart Stormtrooper

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  4. Mercedes-AMG C63 Coupe Edition 1

    While we mostly have Bavarian-made machines in our shop, every now and then a beast from Stuttgart shows up.

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  5. C63 AMG Gets Low With Modecarbon and H&R

    Although a Black Mercedes Benz C63 AMG has plenty of power from its 6.3 L engine, the exterior can be fairly boring in the cars stock form.

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  6. Vorsteiner V-FF 103 for Mercedes Benz E63 AMG

    Commonly modified is the Mercedes Benz C63 AMG; however these are becoming more and more dated as time goes by and Mercedes continues to launch newer higher performance model vehicles. What kinds of modifications are brought to mind when owning a C63? Other EAS customers have covered many different attributes of the car such as suspension and engine. Companies like Weistech come in handy for these types of modifications, to improve overall performance figures.

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  7. H&R Performance Coilover Kit for Mercedes Benz W204 C63 AMG

    The C63 AMG is a powerhouse straight from the factory. Packed with a 451 horsepower 6.2L four cam 32-valve V8 motor fit in to a C-class engine bay, the C63 has about 8.5 pounds per horsepower resulting in a 0-60 mph times in the mid four second range.

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  8. 2016 Mercedes Benz AMG GTs

    The AMG GTs is a remarkable piece of German engineering, with its handcrafted AMG 4.0L Biturbo V8 Engine, 7-speed AMG Speedshift DCT Transmission, Limited-Slip Differential, unique interior, and so on. Mercedes vehicles are known for their class and elegance, especially on the inside. This GTs does not disappoint, showing off its exclusive Nappa leather with Dinamica upholstery seats and many carbon fiber components. Packed with technology, the AMG GTs not only lets the driver control various smaller components on the car, but also the way the car drives. 4 different shift modes are driver selectable, from extreme comfort to sport plus, but then there is a race mode which enables the most direct response from the powertrain as well as a race launch feature.

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  9. Mercedes Benz SLS AMG Roadster

    Born as a successor to the Mercedes Benz 300 SL Gullwing, the SLS AMG packs a monstrous 6.2L V8 motor,channeled through a rear-axle-mounted seven-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox. Although this model doesn't feature gullwing doors, that doesn't detract from the beautiful exterior finish and design of the vehicle. Both the interior and exterior are a work of art. Engine development and assembly for the SLS AMG is done strictly by one of 50 AMG Master Engine Builders and each builder places a placard on the engine, signifying the completion of the heart of the car. Featuring an active rear wing, we equipped this SLS with a Renntech Carbon Fiber Front Lip Spoiler as well as a Brabus Carbon Fiber Rear Spoiler to add not only even more aggressive style, but also increased aerodynamic function.

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  10. Mecedes-Benz SLS 63 AMG on our Dyno

    When we scheduled this SLS 63 AMG for a dyno session, we were expecting it to be an understated Mercedes color. Something like silver, black, burgundy red, etc. Instead we were surprised with this extraordinary Austin Yellow-like metallic finish, which blew our minds when we were told it was a vinyl wrap. It has to be, by far, the highest quality wrap we've ever seen; even up close and in person it's really hard to believe it isn't a paint job. Like most of the BMWs we see here, this SLS had all of it's chrome exterior trim pieces painted gloss black for a sleek and aggressive style. It's been lowered on a set of KW V3 coilovers and fitted with a set of ADV.1 forged wheels, which have been wrapped with some truly massive 375/20/21 tires in the rear. Performance wise, this AMG features an ECU tune and headers by Weistec Engineering along with a custom valvetronic exhaust system. And yes, it is loud. On our dyno, this naturally aspirated beast put down 539hp and 453ft-lbs torque at the wheels! We shot plenty of video footage and photos so you could drool over this car as much as we did when it was here. Enjoy!

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