PAN Mercedes CLK - Lorinser - 50 000$
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p.s. Mercedes CLK Lorinser - SATILIR... 50 000$ - This car for
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Mercedes Benz CLK-GTR #1 0f 25
#1 OF 25 Mercedes Benz CLK-GTR ,Specifications:
720bhp, 7.3-liter dual overhead cam naturally aspirated V12 engine,
six-speed sequential manual gearbox with paddle-shift operation, double
wishbone with push-rod, actuated coil spring with shock absorber front and
rear suspension, and four-wheel vented carbon fiber disc brakes with
anti-lock braking system. Wheelbase: 105.1 Value $2,000,000, More info here
CLK63 AMG Black Series Dyno Run Dynojet Dyno. Mach V Motorsports. 45690
Elmwood Ct. #170, Sterling VA 20166. www.machv.com
2009 Mercedes CLK 63 AMG Black Series with long-tube headers and
aftermarket Exhaust, aftermarket
intake boxes. This run was done in fifth gear. (The Dyno didn't record the very end
of the run because it wasn't happy about the tires going more than 180
Mercedes CLK DTM
Mercedes CLK DTM on german Autobahn. Featuring Ferrari Enzo and Bentley
Arnage. Specs: 580 bhp, 0-100 3,9 sec
Xtrons TD712G - Fitting into Mercedes CLK - My Xtrons Hell...
Its absolute rubbish. 45w per channel? Its less than half that, at best.
The onboard GPS device constantly needs resetting.
You just cant jump in your car, pop in a postcode (TomTom only has 4 digit
postcodes, so wont get you anywhere useful unless you pop in the full
street name etc). This unit will sit and wait and reset and wait and
poweroff and reset... Then your driving along and bam! Satnav kicks in when
it feels like it. I have driven over 80miles before it decided to find a
Its been fun to use for a few days, but its going to be r-i-p-p-e-d out of
my car this weekend and replaced with an Alpine unit.
Then, I am gonna stick a screwdriver through its screen and send it back.
There is no issue with TomTom itself, the software has been great, but the
onboard GPS device keeps spazzing out every 5mins.
This unit is just like all the other cheap double din rubbish on the
market, but with much better advertising.
I really desperately wanted an Xtrons after seeing the videos on youtube
etc but mine is flawed. I havent heard such a quiet HiFi since I drove a
Daewoo Lanos years ago. The Xtrons cant even give a good signal to my
AMP/SUB so no sub woofers... Even changing the cables didnt make any
My Xtrons gets HOT. I mean, really hot. The back of the screen isnt warm to
the touch its baking hot! Eject a disk or SD card and you'll think "this is
way too hot, how does this unit not destroy everything that goes into it".
Radio signal is awful. The screen has a mind of its own, press a Photo icon
and the screen starts to open, then you have to go into Settings to close
Driving on a slightly rough road sends the Xtrons Super Anti-Shock into a
spin and the disk loads and reloads. I am driving a Mercedes, my cars
smooth as slik, one little jolt and my Xtrons keels over.
Disappointed with this unit big time.
Its cheap built, noisy mechanisms inside, quiet audio, invisible buttons on
the screen that do weird things, GPS device reset all day long, it runs
super hot, the screen colours can vary during DVD playback, GPS reception
is poor, the touch screen moves around inside the front facia, Xtrons
themselves dont care -
Wheres my warranty? Best I could get out of some bloke at Xtrons was "so
Their site says "We will replace any faulty items should there be one
within 7 days from purchase". So, not a 12 month warranty then... Explains
why the chap from Xtrons was so rude to me on the phone.
Please dont waste you money on these Chinese head units, I saw older
versions and some 2009 Chinese Double Din head units in peoples cars and
assured myself Xtrons would be the best of the bunch. Its not, its exactly
the same junk.
I am sure some of you will love the fact they are cheap and offer so many
features. Thing is, if the main features of these units dont work well,
whats the point in them? The TomTom software and iGo8 and Route66 both
suffer from the onboard GPS devices constant resetting.
I am not going to fork out a grand on a head unit from a branded
manufacturer either. Better I just stick with a 'Real TomTom' and leave the
car's HiFI to play music.
Plus touch screen HiFis take your eye off the road. I am a driver, I want
booming audio and the ability to change tracks without touching a screen to
bring up a menu, then looking for a tiny marker button to swap tracks.
Which is right above the on screen eject button, bad ergonomic design guys
Seems all these units are made by one manufacturer, then rebranded, they
build an entire series per production run and made minor changes to the
facia and TV or GPS cards. So, if mines faulty, then yours is bound to have
some issues too. Glad I am not alone...
Alpine... Save me from this Xtrons Hell !