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Titanium Exhaust Manufacturer Akrapovic Has Made Exhausts for Audi Le Mans Racers Since 2009.
When Audi pulled the covers off of its new R18 e-tron quattro Le Mans racecar last night, we noticed a new sponsorship decal on the car... that of Akrapovic, the manufacturer of lightweight titanium exhausts for exotics, motorcycles,
West Virginia-based Audi tuning firm STaSIS has released its first photos of the new Audi A7 with upgrades. In the photos we can see STaSIS wheels, exhaust, Alcon Brakes and a lowered suspension (presumably Ohlins). Since STaSIS is one of the companies offering an ECU upgrade for the 3.0 TFSI, expect an upgrade there too. Check out the rest of the photos below.
Unlike most North American auto shows, the European events tend to embrace a wide scope of automotive related businesses. In that vein, tuners and the aftermarket are a natural addition.
In Geneva there are really two levels of tuner presence. Companies like MTM (above) and Abt Sportsline (below) go big with the approach of building
Matt Farah of TheSmokingTire, the YouTube-distributed automotive video series, have had a chance to get behind the wheel of STaSIS' supercharged R8 that graced the Audi stand at SEMA. It being a supercharged V10 R8 Spyder we doubted we'd see much dislike about the car but even we were surprised to see Farah reduced to giggles at how much he liked the car.
With prices of the original iconic first-gen TT still going lower, we've been particularly pleased by the number of significantly built Mk1s on the modified scene. Case in point are this pair of TTs owned by a father and son duo who brought them out to Wuste this season. Eurotuner Magazine was on hand and shot the two out in the desert.
Given the bold nature