This did take the title unite to believe that the number’722 ‘represents the total power developed V8 engine of 5.5 liters, while others believed that the car will be built only 722 units. But all of them were wrong. Actually, the name comes from the car Mille Miglia race in 1955, where Stirling Moss and Denis Jenkinson won in a Mercedes-Benz 300SLR favorite in front of Ferrari and Porsche. The car will then contest the 722 number, which indicates startling time, 7:22 a.m.
Last year, tuner Renntech put an end to this confusion and climbed German supercar power to 722 horse power – from 650 but has a 722 standard. Kit PKG1 included intercooler improved, an increase and a modified ECU.
Tuner in Florida now launched PKG2 kit that increases the power of the car at 740 HP available at 6,400 rpm. The machine has also received an update on the part of aesthetics, being equipped with a set of 10 with Signature rims spite available in three different finishing.
The price for PKG1 starts from 12,990 U.S. dollars while PKG2 cost 26,990 U.S. dollars. Renntech also offers a set of 20 inches rims against the amount of 7,800 U.S. dollars and a braking system performance in May on request.

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RENNtech SLR McLaren 722 PKG2

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RENNtech SLR McLaren 722 PKG2

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RENNtech SLR McLaren 722 PKG2

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RENNtech SLR McLaren 722 PKG2

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