For Edo Competition, nothing is sacred.
The latest car to go under their knife is the Ferrari Enzo, and despite the fact that many Ferrari purists would argue that the Enzo is perfection embodied, Edo would disagree.
Changes include a new ram-air intake system, high-flow air filters, FXX style headers, high-flowing cats, a new exhaust system with remote-controlled butterfly valves to adjust sound levels on the fly, and a modified ECU that helps power levels reach 700 hp and 527 lb.-ft. of torque.
That power is then moved through a retuned transmission that replicates the shift times of the FXX bretherin, and then out through the 19 and 20 inch blacked out rims that are an Edo special.
Suspension has also seen some improvements, with compression and rebound that have been adjusted to match the FIA GT MC12.
According to Edo, 62 mph is now dispatched in just 3.5 seconds, and the car will reach 186 mph in just 22 seconds.
I guess even perfection has some room for improvement!
(And for an HD video of the Edo Enzo in motion (With sound; Oh the sound!) check out Speed and Motion.