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More power for Mini Cooper S

17 August 2007

John Cooper Works has launched a tuning kit for the Mini Cooper S.

The tuning kit will boost engine power from 175bhp to 192bhp, and increase the car's pulling power.

The modifications give the car a 0-62mph time of 6.8sec and a top speed of 144mph.

External features include John Cooper Works branding on the front grille and tailgate, a sports exhaust system, a sports air filter and a revised engine management system.

It requires approximately four hours to fit.

The kit goes on sale in September and costs £1095.

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