Posts Tagged ‘turbo’

Official Release- RENNtech Turbo Upgrade for M157 63 Biturbo Engines

Monday, April 29th, 2013

Available now!

Mercedes made the latest generation of 63 biturbo engines seriously fast right out of the box. Challenge accepted…….

We took the latest generation of M157 biturbo engines and spent months testing and developing our line of performance turbos.

The RENNtech performance turbo upgrade is truly the ultimate upgrade for your 63 series M157 biturbo!

Key Features:

  • RENNtech Ball Bearing Garrett derived turbo chargers
  • Larger impeller (inlet) and turbine (exhaust) cartridge
  • Cartridge shaft is larger and stronger to support larger wheels
  • Entire cartridge is fine balanced as an assembly
  • Lightweight forged billet wheels
  • Less rolling resistance offers quicker spooling
  • Virtually no lag with impressive throttle response
  • Precision machined impeller and turbine housings
  • Leak proof, high quality lines and fittings with heat shielding
  • 833 Hp and 980 TQ @ crank

Click here for more information and to visit our product page.

RENNtech Digital Lowering Module Video- Porsche Panamera

Wednesday, September 19th, 2012

The RENNtech V3.5 digital suspension lowering module installed on a 2012 Porsche Panamera 4S.

All RENNtech DLMs are adjustable via USB using either Windows or Android OS. The software allows the user to adjust the ride-height at each corner in 1mm increments independently. The software also has three locations where the user can store pre-configured suspension setups for quick changes.

This digital lowering module is also available for 2010-up Porsche Cayenne, Bentley, Audi and VW. For more information, visit our website:

Here is the video of the module in operation:



Tune Only 2012 RENNtech E63 runs 11.15 @ 126.7 mph!

Tuesday, April 17th, 2012

An otherwise bone stock, tune only 2012 Mercedes E 63 ran an incredible 11.15 @ 126.7 mph quarter mile this past weekend at Palm Beach International Raceway. The E63 dynoyed an impressive 578.33 horsepower and 621.93 ft/lbs of torque at the wheels (680 horsepower and 732 ft-lbs of torque at the crank) with the RENNtech tune installed. That is a 100 horsepower gain over stock!

The run was made with the stock exhaust, stock wheels and OEM street tires in 80 degree temps with damp track conditions. Needless to say, we expect quite a bit more out of the new biturbo E63 and will certainly be breaking into the 10′s very shortly.

Stay tuned as we continue to push the performance of Mercedes latest powerhouse.

Here is a video of the run:


RENNtech Porsche 997.2 TT Muffler Bypass Exhaust Now Available

Thursday, May 12th, 2011

Our proprietary muffler bypass exhaust system is the answer to the  inherently quiet factory and aftermarket exhaust systems currently on the market for the 997.2 3.8L Turbo /Turbo S. The variable turbocharger itself acts like a muffler and when coupled with even a cat bypass sport muffler, is still fairly reserved and quiet.

Our muffler bypass exhaust removes the bulky factory exhaust system (saving nearly 40 lbs of weight behind the rear axle) and utilizes 200 cell HJS tri-metal sport catalytics with center muffler bypass pipes. The result is a dramatic reduction in rear vehicle weight which produces and intoxicating sound both at idle and wide open throttle, with no drone or resonance in the cabin, even at highway cruising speeds in top gear.

Our system is complemented by the added performance of a RENNtech ECU tune and reuses the factory tips or any other aftermarket tip designed to work with the OEM system.

Visit our product page by clicking here:


  • Our 997.2 Turbo test vehicle gained an additional 19 Hp and 15 lb/ft of torque over the previous aftermarket cat bypass/sport muffler combination that was installed on this vehicle.

Price: $2,860


Thursday, September 4th, 2008

Dinan is offering a 20% rebate on select parts for BMW’s 335i, including exhaust, suspension packages (stage 1-3), oil coolers, and Dinan wheels.

CLICK HERE for contact information.


Thursday, July 17th, 2008

This morning, Mercedes-Benz announced that all of its car lines would feature smaller 4 cylinder and turbocharged engines by 2010.

For the record, MB already offers twin-turbo V12′s in their flagship 600 and 65 series AMG cars, as well as turbo-engined diesels (320CDi, etc.), but some people have already emailed us about this, worried that this announcement spelled doom for hot cars like the C63 AMG. To all the “sky is falling” chicken-littles out there who think smaller engines mean boring cars: just look at the picture above, and remember that Herr Feyhl cut his teeth on hot fours.

CLICK HERE to read the news on Autoblog.