Features the uncompromising cooling efficiency of the Weistec Intercooler system, & utilizes the patent pending CMDP Cog Drive System. Experience new levels of horsepower & torque with the worlds first M156, 6.3L Mercedes AMG Supercharger System.
626-650 HP, 467 kW @ 6800 RPM, 747-760 Nm @ 5200 RPM, 5 Psi
- 2.3L Twin-Screw Compressor Module
- 1000hp Liquid to Air Intercooler Core
- High Flow Cast Aluminum T6 Hardened Lower Manifold
- High Flow Cast Aluminum T6 Hardened Throttle Body Inlet Y
- 45mm Boost Bypass Assembly
- Constant Mu, Delta Pressure (CMDP) Cog Drive System
- Billet Aluminum Cog Drive Cradle Assembly
- Poly Chain GT Carbon Fiber Cog Belt
- Supercharger Serpentine Drive Belt
- Johnson CM30 30 Liter/Min Intercooler Water Pump
- Intercooler Water Recovery Tank
- Cross Flow Heat Exchanger
- High Flow Fuel Rail System
- Moulded Silicone Couplers
- Power-Steering Reservoir Relocation Assembly
- Weistec Engineering M156 Stage 1 Reflash – Special development for Australian 98 RON fuel – exclusively available to Tuning World Pty Ltd.
- Dual High Flow Cast Aluminum T6 Hardened Intake Tubes (SLS Model Only)*
Why Twin-Screw? The Study between Twin-Screw style superchargers and Roots style superchargers.
Committed to engineering cutting edge products, Weistec Engineering relentlessly tests all products or systems before use in a production situation. When creating a supercharger system, we understood the concerns between the Twin-Screw & Roots supercharger systems. Under heavy testing, we found the best system to really shine.
Although both units often have many similarities in appearance & sound, the core operating differences in construction & design generate a clear distinction when tested. In this current setting it was important for the engineers at Weistec to be aware of the type of engine types we are supercharging. In the case of the Mercedes AMG M156, we are dealing with a highly efficient, highly complex engine. Through testing we understand why AMG previously used Twin-Screw units on vehicles such as the Mclaren SLR, E55 AMG, SLK32 & many others.
The Twin-Screw supercharger is an internal compression module that utilizes a male & female rotor, whereas the Roots supercharger is a pump style module that utilizes two male rotors. The Twin-Screw unit has a channeling effect where incoming air is drawn in through the top of the rotor, compressed between rotors, then discharged through the outlet. During this very fast sequence, all air is compressed between rotors which is the shortest path between two points & allows for optimal performance. The Roots unit has a much longer air path. Compression of air is along the circumference of the rotor between the case. As air is propelled along the longer path it is effected by case heat & turbulence which ultimately dampers the performance of the unit. The facts were still not enough. To both units defense, they are used by many OEM manufacturers, & performance oriented companies worldwide, but the numbers do not lie.
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Supercharged power upgrade systems are also available for all other Mercedes 6.2L AMG vehicles, including S63 AMG, ML 63 AMG, R63 AMG, CLK 63 AMG, CLK 63 Black Series, CLS 63 AMG, C63 AMG, E63 AMG, CL 63 AMG & SL 63 AMG.