NO... unless it was part of a stepping stone needed to achieve a real level of performance gain. In other words, if i paid $3k for lightweight flywheel and clutch which handles 650 TQ... that may make little sense. But it makes perfect sense when it is NEEDED for adding a supercharger as the stock clutch can not handle the added power.Would you pay 5k to gain 20Hp??? How - re-mapping ECU with factory mapping, directly from Ferrari.
Waste of money IMO unless you are truly racing the car and the race officials allow such mods in the rules. The added 20HP is virtually undetectable when one compares the overall power-to-weight ratio. Consider adding a blower with low(ish) boost, THEN remap the ecu accordingly on a dyno.thx for the advice...and for the 1st reply, no it isn't needed to acheive a higher standard, it's just an easy 20 Hp, rear wheel, for 5k. They re-map your ecu back to the standard mapping directly from Ferrari.