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Twin turbo Ferrari F12 - By Excell Racing & Excell Auto Group

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  1. excellautogroup

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    #1 excellautogroup, Dec 13, 2018
    Last edited: Dec 13, 2018
    Excell Racing and Excell Auto Group are proud to announce the development of the world's first twin turbo system for the Ferrari F12. This will be a developing thread as we still finalizing the build, and we will upload more videos of the vehicle running on the street and on the track. Stay tuned as we push this F12 into the 1000 hp+ range, the build contains:

    • Twin Garret GTX Billet wheel ball bearing turbochargers
    • Twin Turbosmart Wastegates and blow off valves
    • All 321 stainless steel hot side piping and 6061 aluminum cold side
    • Custom air to water intercoolers and heat Exchange Tank
    • Custom dry sump oil tank and breather tank

    For more information on Excell Racing, visit http://excellrace.com/ - If interested in doing a build (We have an AWD dyno, in-house welding/fabrication, custom tunes for all luxury/domestic/exotic makes and models etc) - please contact me directly [email protected] / (561) 339-5407 - If you are looking for something custom, we will make it happen!

    Photos/video links below below:

    https://www.instagram.com/p/Bq5NG2_BWXE/ - Walk around Video

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    Thanks for viewing, feel free to ask any questions!
     
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  2. 19633500GT

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    For my pure fantasy reasons I just wanna know what this set up costs? $150K? Pretty freakin' badass. Thing must rip.
     
  3. excellautogroup

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    #3 excellautogroup, Dec 13, 2018
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    Around $125,000!

    Appreciate it, will keep you guys posted on final dyno pulls, 1/4 times - 1/2 mile and 1 mile times!
     
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  5. excellautogroup

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    Will have some dyno runs and quarter mile passes for you guys soon! :)

    Happy New Years!
     
  6. GaryR

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    Look forward to seeing the HP and TQ graphs at different levels of boost. Do you lower the compression ratio from stock?
     
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    Love this F12, I used to work for the owner. He's a great dude that has some some pretty awesome cars!

    Keep it coming!!!
     
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    I agree, but I don’t Think there is much difference in performance or sound. Have anyone actually tested different X-pipe designs and posted variances in sound and performance ? I have a Quicksilver one, which is basicly to pipes with full diameter welded together a few inches. The big «tube» where the X is, would mix the gasses from each cylinder bank of course, but maybe not make the sound as high pitched as a more normal X with a tighter passage in the middle of the X.... just curious about the whole thing with X-pipes. All the cars I have had X-pipe on runs better and smoother that without X.
     
  11. titanio360

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    Here's the all the links from the builder that show this turbocharged F12 completed and running. They include dyno pulls and charts. Looks like the car made 900 whp at 5 psi on 93 octane. The owner PJ daily drives the car so the dyno shown is for daily drivability. I'm thinking they are just being quiet about what it makes turned up on race fuel. Anyway hope this update is more entertaining!



    https://blog.dupontregistry.com/aftermarket/excell-racing-twin-turbo-ferrari-f12berlinetta/

    https://www.instagram.com/p/BrX3HEAB0rs/

    https://www.instagram.com/p/B-RpVprJUWE/

    https://www.instagram.com/p/B_M2szMJ942/

    https://www.instagram.com/p/Bq37pinhxkl/

    https://www.instagram.com/p/CBdI8tdJUGC/

    https://www.instagram.com/p/CDJSlGYJXrz/
     
  12. NaO

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    Daily driven exotics is also doing an F12 TT build. So sick. Death trap without assists on.


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  13. Doc_Dent

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    Frankly, I get scared losing control "sometimes" pushing my stock F12 to its limits already.
    Would be interesting to see how "taming" this monster on street works out with all that extra power:eek:
    Any assisting upgrades?
    Cool project BTW.
    Good luck,,,
     

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