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    • Kleemann and Weistec Engineering announce global distribution agreement for 63 AMG (M156/M159) superchargers

      This is a bit of an interesting development. Many of you will know Kleemann as a European company who developed and still develops superchargers for Mercedes platforms. Weistec would almost seem to be their competition making this joint venture somewhat surprising although Kleemann has no M156 application. Due to that, it would seem fitting for both parties to work together as Kleemann can use their network to sell the Weistec product and Weistec will be able to reach a wider audience. Essentially, a win-win for both, check out the press release below.



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      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Maverick1975 Click here to enlarge
        I have an ML63, SL63, C63 and CLK63 Black Series. All modded to varying degrees
        Nice, so now you picked up yet another SC? Heh, you are going to be Weistec's best customer.
      1. Maverick1975's Avatar
        Maverick1975 -
        I do love AMGs!
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Maverick1975 Click here to enlarge
        I do love AMGs!
        I can tell!
      1. MHP LLC's Avatar
        MHP LLC -
        Xtra's kit requires a piggyback for the ECU and utilizes a twin lobe (POS) blower. Not sure why anyone would selectively choose such antiquated hardware. Weistec's solution is infinitely better from both a hardware and software perspective.
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by MHP LLC Click here to enlarge
        Xtra's kit requires a piggyback for the ECU and utilizes a twin lobe (POS) blower. Not sure why anyone would selectively choose such antiquated hardware. Weistec's solution is infinitely better from both a hardware and software perspective.
        Now that is quite interesting. They are using a piggy? Why can't they do it with the factory ECU?
      1. flowmarta's Avatar
        flowmarta -
        I congratulate, this excellent idea is necessary just by the way
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by flowmarta Click here to enlarge
        I congratulate, this excellent idea is necessary just by the way
        Get lost.