Vantage V12 MY 2007-2012 5.9L V12 Engine Code AM10
Stock HP: 510
Stock TQ: 420 lb-ft
Tuned TQ: 453 lb-ft
The Aston Martin Vantage is the definition of a modern classic. With the timeless delicately drawn lines penned by Henrik Fisker the AMV8 will be a driver favorite for years to come. With the Vantage Concept appearing first at Detroit in 2003 and the production version making its debut at the Geneva Motorshow in 2005.
The Vantage V8 was designed with a light weight bonded aluminum chassis in an attempt to create a lighter weight sports car to compete with the likes of the 911. The Vantage V12 is fitted with an upgraded DB9 Motor code named AM10. The 510HP Cosworth Designed 5.9 Liter V12 has a toque output of 420 lb-ft. Engine changes including new heads, helped boost the 5.9L output to 510HP. With the RSC Tuning Flash Tune for your 5.9L V12 will add approximately 20-25 HP 15-20 Lb/Ft of torque.
With our easy to use handheld RSC Tuning can ship your programmer to you directly so that you may complete the tuning process in your own home. This compact device allows you to read the entire ECU file off your vehicle via the OBD port and then email it to us as an attachment from your desktop computer.
Note: Windows PC is required for software to work with Handheld Device. ECU Tunes can be turned around in less than 24 hours without the hassle of removing ECUs or having to drive the car long distances for tuning service. RSC Tuning has specialized as one of the leading tuners for Aston Martin vehicles since 2008. We work with the Engineers around the world to develop cutting edge software solutions to extract the maximum performance out of your vehicle without sacrificing reliability.
Our goal is to provide a reliable and efficient tuning solution to dramatically improve the performance of your Aston Martin.
Other Benefits Include:
-RSC Tuning Personalized Customer Service and Support
-Aston Martin Specialist -Fuel Optimization Available
-Tuning for Specific Modifications Available
-Hand Held Programmer
-Ability to revert tune back to stock