Kleemann officially unveiled their supercharger kit for Mercedes-Benz 63 AMG models. The 6.2 liter V8 power plant gets two states of tune, presumably both are available for all non-turbo 63 AMG branded models. This includes the 2006 E 63 AMG, 2006 S 63 AMG, 2006 CL 63 AMG and the 2008 C 63 AMG.
The first program, named 63-K1S is the basic supercharger kit. It offers a power increase up to 680hp and 850Nm of torque. Other than the fact that Kleemann attach a supercharger, very little is known about the process for the kit.
The second stage is named 63-K2S. This kit builds on the K1S and adds a set of long-tube exhaust headers. This includes a front cat delete system which is available for left hand drive cars only. Power boosts all the way up to 715hp and 910Nm of torque.
Of course, for those that don’t want the supercharger, there is always the more standard Kleemann kits. These include 63-K1 with a simple ECU software upgrade releasing up to 540hp and 650Nm of torque, 63-K2 which adds a set of long-tube exhaust manifolds boosting power up to 575hp and 720Nm of torqu and 63-K3 which adds a large throttle system and a set of hi-flow air filters boosting power all the way to 590hp and 730Nm of torque.
I just got it at my 2010 E63 AMG, at the same time a German SLS also got it.
Now i have 685 hp and 850 nm.
I have a 07 cls63 with kleeman headers and ecu upgrade. Looking to see what the supercharger sells for and would I have a problem doing the install myself? I consider myself a medium level mechanic, let’s just say I like to do performance upgrades but not change oil on my daily driver.