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Offline wheeladdicts


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Here are a few teaser shots before the full shoot:


LP640 TT by SP Engineering

ADV7.1
Matte Black
19x8.5 Front
20x13  Rear


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Offline 1991 Motoring


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Looks awesome from this angle and I like the smoked reflector.

More!!! :D



Offline hydie


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Please be sure to post the photoshoot!  :D



Offline allanuber


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Offline wheeladdicts


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As soon as the car finishes tuning they are doing the shoot...i cant wait!



Offline Ferrari Fissatore

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  • Joined: Jan 2007

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  • Location: under its skin
what precautions do they take to keep the wheels on the bloody thing?

the ~700 BHP 355 TT here has to have the (stock standard) wheels done up to ~150lb/ft or they simply come loose.

This thing will have close to 1000BHP surely.....



Offline wheeladdicts


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This build isnt really going for crazy HP numbers, but it should have around 800whp. So far I havent seen any real crazy figures coming from the Murci/lp640 engines. The gallardo tt's are pushing well over 1000hp (many 900+ and the wheels!)...with that said the gallardos havent had a problem with the wheels coming off :)

This particular LP is daily driven so they are keeping the boost down so dont expect crazy numbers.

BTW, any pics/videos of that TT 355???






Offline Doctor

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Looking forward to seeing the shoot, who is doing it?
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Offline mhh

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  • Joined: Feb 2006

  • Location: Adelaide
They look great. What wheel size are they?  19's?  If so, do you have a problem with maintaining same rolling radius as the factory 18's?



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