• Sep 18th 2009 at 7:27PM
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edo competition FXX Evolution - Click above for a high-res image gallery

From the looks of it, edo competition seems to have run out of supercars to modify. The high-end tuning firm has already tweaked pretty much every mainstream supercar, and have decided to have a second go at such exotica as the Ferrari Enzo. The German tuner's latest version of the ultimate Prancing Horse is dubbed the FXX Evolution and is essentially a road-going version of the FXX Evoluzione race car offered to Ferrari's special Corse Clienti program. Does a street legal Ferrari FXX sound familiar? You might remember that edo competition previously took an FXX and made it street legal (at least in Germany).

So what justifies the FXX name on this particular Enzo? For starters, 840 horsepower. Displacement of the V12 has been bumped from 6.0 to 6.3-liters, and new camshafts, titanium valve springs and connecting rods, new cylinder heads, and a high-flow exhaust system have all been added to provide the 180 horsepower increase. Sans mufflers, the FXX Evolution matches its racing counterpart's 860 horsepower. Edo competition also managed to shed 220 lbs from the car, decrease shift times to 60 milliseconds (also matching the race car), and install an FIA-spec adjustable suspension system. Finally, the exterior gets adjustable rear winglets and a new rear fascia with relocated exhaust tips.

Edo competition is offering a conversion package to all Enzo owners that includes a test day with an instructor, mechanics, data logging, transport and hospitality. Cost? The company doesn't list a price, but we'll just assume it's suitably outrageous. Full details can be found after the jump, and check out the high-res gallery below.



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The Ferrari Enzo with its 660 horsepower is arguably one of the most exclusive cars in the world, both in terms of its driving dynamics and purchase price. Those looking for something considerably faster and more exclusive choose the edo Enzo XX Evolution.

A bump in displacement from 6.0 to 6.3 liters, new camshafts, new titanium valve spring retainers and connecting rods, modified cylinder heads, new high performance exhaust headers, high flow catalytic converters, mufflers and air filters: that's the scope of edo competition's engine modifications. The standard hydraulic tappets are replaced with newly developed solid tappets, enabling the 12 cylinder engine to rev to an incredible 9,600 rpm. This is unmatched by any other 12 cylinder engine at this time! Additionally the intake system of the V12 was modified, a new high performance clutch - available with „strada" or „pista" friction pads - and a more powerful oil pump were installed. The power output is increased by 180 to 840 horsepower. Without mufflers more than 860 horsepower is possible. The maximum torque of 780 Nm (575 ft-lb) is available at 5,800 rpm.

While the power output is increased, the Enzo's weight is decreased by a respectable 100 kilograms (220 lb). The result in numerical terms is that the edo Enzo XX Evolution accelerates from zero to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 3.2 seconds, 200 km/h (124 mph) in 9.0 seconds and 300 km/h in just 19 seconds. The top speed exceeds 390 km/h (242 mph).

The acoustical side of things is obviously not being neglected. A stainless steel muffler featuring remote-controlled butterfly valves is available on request. This setup lets the driver switch the high performance exhaust between two different sound levels.

Astonishing transmission shift times: While the production Enzo takes 110 milliseconds, the edo Enzo XX Evolution shift times were reduced to an incredible 60 milliseconds! For comparison, an F1 car shifts in 40 milliseconds.

The edo/KW race suspension from the FIA GT series was retuned for the Enzo XX Evolution, promising ultimate driving dynamics. The nose lift functionality is retained. The low-friction 3-way adjustable shock absorbers can be adjusted to the individual tastes of the driver and provide excellent steering precision and feedback. The edoinstalled tire pressure monitoring system displays the pressures for each of the four wheels. Providing ample grip for the edo Enzo XX Evolution are 19 inch front wheels and 20 inch rear wheels with 335 mm wide tires. The drive shafts were replaced due to the higher propulsive forces acting on them. The new units are 4 kg (8.8 lb) lighter and considerably more robust in order to cope with the enormous power increase.

The aerodynamics package is absolutely unique.

It includes a complete exhaust system with tips machined from billet aluminum, now relocated to the top of the body. The tips are plasma-coated using a special process. The newly developed rear skirt featuring winglets and a rear wing profile, adjustable in 3 steps, improves the ground effect and can be tuned to the tastes of the driver. The new retractable rear wing is upgraded with a taller flap resulting in increased downforce and stability, especially at high speeds. New LED tail lights round off the rear view of the car.

A test day with an instructor, mechanics, data logging, transport and hospitality is included in the conversion package.

All modifications are carried out exclusively at edo competition Motorsport GmbH in Ahlen.



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      • 5 Years Ago
      There comes a point when you have to ask why and this is one of those times.
      The Enzo is a perfectly great car and quite fast enough.
      • 5 Years Ago
      Whats the point. An ENZO just appreciates in value every year. If you were to do this to it, it would be just some weird bastard child. I am hoping that if you are rich enough to buy an Enzo, for the love of all that is good, just keep it stock. Buy an FXX if you need to go racing. All the power and spine destroying suspension is lost on the streets. Its not like you can drive this as your everyday car and track it to. The maintenance is probably absurd. So theres no point in it being road legal besides being insane. Or maybe to show off that you have 3 enzos and this is your enzo you gutted for parts for your first one.
      • 5 Years Ago
      Why would they do this to the Enzo... I think the missed the point
      • 5 Years Ago
      its look god but how is the mileage.
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      • 5 Years Ago
      Does this mean that they will crash test one (or a few) to test for road-worthiness?
        • 5 Years Ago
        Its just a modified enzo...
      • 5 Years Ago
      Insane car, must barely past standards for the road. Only thing I don't like is that they put great looking BBS wheels, but painted them and it looks like it has 15 inch white walls on it.
      • 5 Years Ago
      The owner of this enzo loves rice. go to ZRauto.ca and see the cars for sale. Although to correct Behemoth they may be egotistical but they're nice people
      • 5 Years Ago
      I guess EDO thinks there are rich people with sufficiently bad taste to purchase this.
      • 5 Years Ago
      Damn, I wish I was rich...
      • 5 Years Ago
      Something about this just looks really tacky...
        • 5 Years Ago
        Tonka Supercar, f*ck yeah.
      • 5 Years Ago
      The dealer ZR autos resides in a city called Calgary in Canada. The owner(s) and people involved are a bunch of egotistical pricks.
      • 5 Years Ago
      I've had first hand experience with these so called "nice people". Where most people would answer your questions politely, they were very condescending, rude, bigots. Which is sad.
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