If you have a Mercedes AMG and you want to have it tuned up, there’s no tuning house more capable of giving you everything you want, and more, than RENNtech.

Widely recognized as the pre-eminent Mercedes AMG tuners, RENNtech has over 20 years of experience under their belt and, not to mention, thousands of satisfied customers. And a lot of those customers will attest to the tuning house’s capability when it comes to souping up any Mercedes AMG car that comes their way.

Just to prove that their game is more than just the hype, they released a video of two quarter-mile records that were recently set at the Palm Beach International Speedway. And no, it’s not a coincidence that those two cars have been fine tuned by RENNtech themselves.

The first record, which was made by a customer’s Mercedes CL65 AMG, clocked in a record quarter mile pass of 10.62 seconds at speeds of over 133.7 mph. It’s worth mentioning that the CL65 recently underwent a performance upgrade courtesy of RENNtech, which should explain the car’s improved power and overall performance.

And if one record wasn’t enough, RENNtech owner Hartmut Feyhl decided to set one of his own when his 2008 Mercedes C63 AMG – fully-modified by his company, of course – clocked a time of 11.6 seconds at 125.3 mph to set the world record for quickest trap speed time for a C63.

Did we mention both of these cars were tuned by RennTech (wink wink).

Check out the video and watch RENNtech’s record-setting day.


Source: RENN Tech

Kirby Garlitos
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  (216) posted on 08.1.2010

Since the diesel’s main selling point in the U.S. is MPG, and in today’s market place diesels must compete with hybrids, I’d be interested in how the diesel’s MPG compares to a gas E320 at that speed.

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