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    • Weistec W.3 upgrade W213 Mercedes-AMG E63 S M177 producing 716 awhp on 91 octane pump gas

      Weistec has several tuning packages for your AMG M177 4.0 liter V8 from mild to wild. That includes the W213 Mercedes-AMG E63 S of course which keep in mind has all wheel drive. This E63 gets the Weistec W.3 M177 turbo upgrade package.


      This includes upgraded hybrid turbos, downpipes, VTA adapters, filters, and Weistec tuning of course.

      The result:


      Keep in mind this was done on 91 octane with no methanol assist. The power curve increases nicely from 4500 rpm until redline. The peak torque figure is an eye opening 766 lb-ft at all four wheels.

      This is a monster of an E63 that can be driven daily on pump fuel. You do not need to go into the motor or upgrade the transmission at this level which is important to note.

      This article was originally published in forum thread: Weistec W.3 upgrade W213 Mercedes-AMG E63 S M177 producing 716 awhp on 91 octane pump gas started by Sticky View original post
      Comments 6 Comments
      1. gzim335's Avatar
        gzim335 -
        If this is anything like the m157 w3 upgrade than i would highly recommend you get something off a full turbo upgrade,we gained 30whp on our car on w3 after spending 8k jokes
      1. kohjul's Avatar
        kohjul -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by gzim335 Click here to enlarge
        If this is anything like the m157 w3 upgrade than i would highly recommend you get something off a full turbo upgrade,we gained 30whp on our car on w3 after spending 8k jokes
        More or less the same. What happened to yours?
      1. MuffinFlavored's Avatar
        MuffinFlavored -
        Did they really use a graph with a dip in over compared to stock from 5k-7k rpm as their marketing material? Holy yikes.
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by MuffinFlavored Click here to enlarge
        Did they really use a graph with a dip in over compared to stock from 5k-7k rpm as their marketing material? Holy yikes.
        Where is the dip compared to stock?
      1. 3240's Avatar
        3240 -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by MuffinFlavored Click here to enlarge
        Did they really use a graph with a dip in over compared to stock from 5k-7k rpm as their marketing material? Holy yikes.
        Not sure what you’re talking about? The graph looks really good.
      1. Sticky2's Avatar
        Sticky2 -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by MuffinFlavored Click here to enlarge
        Did they really use a graph with a dip in over compared to stock from 5k-7k rpm as their marketing material? Holy yikes.
        LOL dude did you not realize one line is power and one line is torque?