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post #1 of 33 Old 11-14-2016, 04:59 AM Thread Starter
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Hello McLifers, as many if you already know, I often do renderings based on requests from forum members. Roof scoop, Spider roof (on/off), colour, interior, carbon fibre features, wheels, liveries and other details.

So if anyone is ordering a car (even P14) and wants some renderings done based on their spec, feel free to private message me.
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woppum was talking about volcano red. i'd like to see your take on that
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Love your work mate.. can't wait to see some of the p14
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Love your work mate.. can't wait to see some of the p14
Thanks man! Really appreciate it.
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woppum was talking about volcano red. i'd like to see your take on that
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If it's really going to be 720hp, will they keep the capacity at 3.8L?
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Mark did a number of renders for me as I waded through the spec process on my 570. I can't recommend him enough. If you're thinking of doing anything outside of what factory pictures will give you, having a render to visualize what your spec will actually look like is a huge benefit. It's also something that can be passed on to MSO, via your dealer, to help them better understand what you're asking for.

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If it's really going to be 720hp, will they keep the capacity at 3.8L?
It's supposed to be 4 litres

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It's supposed to be 4 litres
Makes sense. Any word on weight?
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Makes sense. Any word on weight?
50 kg lighter than the 650S

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Will be 3.9998 liters at most...
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Will be 3.9998 liters at most...


I figured that much. Nobody wants to pay gas guzzler tax for an extra 1cc. So using 93mm bore and 73.6mm stroke I get 3,999.66cc. Or 3,997.31cc using 94mm bore and 72mm stroke.

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50 kg lighter than the 650S
So higher power-to-weight than 675LT!?

Which OEM tyre is it coming with?

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I figured that much. Nobody wants to pay gas guzzler tax for an extra 1cc. So using 93mm bore and 73.6mm stroke I get 3,999.66cc. Or 3,997.31cc using 94mm bore and 72mm stroke.


So higher power-to-weight than 675LT!?

Which OEM tyre is it coming with?
No idea other than it will likely be, I guess, an Italian brand of dubious performance

Apparently Pirelli have reengineered all their tyres in the face of continued criticism from many areas. They must pay Mclaren for the privilege.

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50 kg lighter than the 650S


Is this speculation or based on some reliable information?
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