2013 Lamborghini Aventador by Autoproject-D and DMC

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You all remember the Molto Veloce tuning kit unveiled by DMC Tuning? After all, it is one of the best kits offered for the Aventador . Now, Japanese tuner Autoproject-D decided to take this kit even further and offer a few more upgrades for the Molto Veloce.

What makes the Molto Veloce very special is that DMC worked on offering an extra 200 horsepower under the hood, so customers can now enjoy a 900 horsepower Aventador. That’s nothing to sneeze on, fellas. In order to obtain this power boost, the tuner decided to replace the combined overhead throttle valves per cylinder bank with 12 unique single intake throttle plates, one per each cylinder.

The tuner also installed new gasoline pumps and lines, pressure modulators and injection nozzles and remapped the engine electronics. There is also a new titanium exhaust system that weights only 7.6 pounds - a significant drop over the standard 76 pounds.

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Lamborghini Aventador by Autoproject-D and DMC in Detail

Lamborghini Aventador by Autoproject-D and DMC

While the Japanese tuner was not interested about the engine upgrades, it did pay lots of attention on the car’s exterior. There is a redesigned spoiler sword and a stunning front-splitter lip - both made from carbon fiber. These two elements next to new site skirt aim to improve the overall aerodynamics and the car’s road stability.

For the rear, there is a new diffuser an an added tunnel system, also made from carbon fiber. With these new item, Autoproject-D also wanted to improve downforce on the rear axle. There is also a rear wing spoiler that also improves aerodynamics.

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