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    New 2003 S600 owner getting ready for the track

    Hi All,

    I am posting here as it might get more attention than at the other forum!

    I just purchased a 2003 s600 Sport as a budget street and strip car.

    The VIN is WDBNG76J93A337922 and the car appears to have Brabus exhaust and badging. I bought the car at auction (sight unseen and with no other info other that it starts and drives) and it appears to have a clean report (2 owner car with no accidents reported). Did the prior owner frequent any forums here?Click here to enlargeClick here to enlargeClick here to enlargeClick here to enlargeClick here to enlargeClick here to enlarge

    I did STFF and didn't find straight answers to these questions:
    -Is there a reliable E85 tune for this car?
    -Has any S600 here tried the the cheap Logic Lab tune?
    -Any tips on how high I should stall the car on launch?
    -How can I tell if this car has a tune already (I would assume it might, as it has Brabus badging and exhaust)
    -Will 295/35R/18 drag radials fit the stock sport rims without setting off any TCU sensors
    -Any tips/tricks or launch info would be appreciated.

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    Contact Speedriven. They know a lot about the Mercedes V12 motors and have numerous kits and tunes for cars like yours.

    http://www.speedriven.com/#!prettyPhoto

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    I've never seen any Logic Lab results. If this is who I am thinking people question their tune origins.

    Honestly, you're best bet if you just want a good tune for a good price is Eurocharged.

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    Regarding the rim width, I think that may be too wide. I've seen 275's but haven't seen wider on the stock rims.
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