German Tuners Brought Power Fiat 500 Abarth To 331 Power

German tuners brought power FIAT 500 ABARTH to 331 power

German Tuning-atelier Pogea Racing introduced a package of refinement for the "charged" hatchback FIAT 500 Abarth, with which the return of the 1,4-liter engine can be increased from 160 to 331 horsepower (torque increases to 411 nm). In this case, the mass of the car specialists can reduce 71 kilograms – up to 1070 kilograms.

Reducing the weight of the car Tuners offer to achieve due to dismantling the rear seats and replacing some spare parts on analogs of aluminum and composite materials. In addition, the kit includes a large intercooler, forged pistons, an additional fuel pump, upgraded intake and exhaust system, as well as another turbine.

In the package of improvements included sports shock absorbers, six-piston brakes with 313-millimeter discs on the front axle and perforated discs from behind. Wheel wheels – 17-inch brands OZ Racing.

Included in the set and external sports body kit, consisting of carbon fiber elements – front splitter, rear diffuser and air intakes on the hood.

With all the modifications, the car accelerates from scratch to a hundred kilometers per hour in 5.1 seconds. This is 1.8 seconds faster than the standard "abart". Maximum speed – 262 kilometers per hour.

The cost of tuning Fiat 500 Abarth from Pogea Racing is 12 thousand 500 euros – the same in Germany is worth the usual 500th model in the basic configuration. Standard "charged" hatchback from ABARTH 18 thousand 190 euros.

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