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Ferrari F430 – Jetfighter mode

1 July 2010 4 Comments

If you think that the Ferrari F430 isn’t spicy or powerful enough for your taste, then you may want to take a look at this tuning package from a Russian tuning firm, Status Design.

Russian tuners from Status Design have released a tuning program for the Ferrari F430 that was named after a Russian jet fighter, SD SU35. It features both styling and performance upgrades. The Status Design Ferrari F430 features a new aerodynamics package which includes a new front bumper with an integrated carbon fiber lip, a rear bumper with a carbon fiber rear diffuser, new side skirts, a new hood and carbon fiber mirrors.
As for the styling, apparently Status wanted to make it look like a Scuderia and put those racing stripes all over the car.

With this upgrade, the Status Design Ferrari F430 is able to reach a top speed of 325 km/h. But this is not all and customers who want to squeeze even more juice from the car’s engine could get an optional supercharging kit from Novitec that will take the car’s power output to around 522 Kw. Not bad hey! Well I still think its a run of the mill Ferrari with a few extra pieces of carbon fiber on it.


4 Comments »

  • Marcel V said:

    As you travel from month to month, you ’l experience the beauty, technology and performance of each of these incredible machines.

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  • jomacher said:

    I think the kit looks awsome. The GT stripes, however, just don’t do it for me. Everybody likes ferrari but I guess Mr. Ferarri aint very pleased that the Russions can take their Italian flair and boost it even more. After all, the Italians are the kings of speed and style, or are they really ?

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    Blair Reply:

    Im not to much of a fan of Ferrari to be honest, but i am in love with the kit on the Ferrari F430 in Photo Of The Month.

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  • ZX-14 lady said:

    That is one gorgeous Ferrari

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