Mcchip-Dkr Mercedes-Benz SLS 63 AMG MC700 is undisputed synonym for luxurious sportiness, not only because of its inherited qualities, but also because it was additionally enhanced and now can generate 706 horsepower (520 kw).

The specialist from Mcchip-Dkr has achieved this incredible number. The originally installed AMG-internal M 159 high-rev V8-engine of the SLS 63 AMG produced 571 hp (420 kW) and had a maximum torque of 650 Nm (480 lb-ft). However, the power-upgrade here consisting of a supercharger kit-program "Stage 2" included an in-house description "MC700", was one of the elements that changed those numbers.

But first of all, the "Stage 1" of the upgrade was operated by means of mechanically driven compressor and it came along in addition to a pure compressor-kit. Then, the Stage 3-Software-Upgrade came with a high-end-exhaust system together with a valve control system. The latter added more efficiency to the qualities of the Mercedes-Benz.

The end result of those three stages is 680 hp (500 kW) and 770 Nm (568 lb-ft) of maximum torque. However, this wasn't the end of the improvement of this supersports car. Through sports catalytic converters and further aggravated software named Stage 4, the 706 hp (520 kW) were eventually possible. The optimal torque here is 793 Nm (585 lb-ft).

Furthermore, the KW DDC- or HLS 4-sports chassis raised SLS AMG on both axles up to standard level. Additionally to this a complete matt/grey foliation was added and it was perfectly accentuated by red applications.

Source: Miranda Media