German Motoring Miami.
Stage 2 and turbo back RSC exhaust installed Thursday.
Just curious if any one knows of local APR dealers receiving their flash tools yet for the TT-RS. KInda wanted to gauge the progress of this distribution. The dealer I am waiting on is in Arlington, Texas near Fort Worth.
2012 Audi TTRS Coupe, Sepang Blue, Ti Pack/Sport Exhaust w/ Leather/Alcantra
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Similar thoughts to 2 other reviews.
Exhaust has a raw sound. A bit less subtle than stock but loads of character. First day I was a little concerned , a week later I love the sound.
Let a friend drive the car today as I listened, very exotic sound from a bit of a distance. Do need to be a little more careful about who is a around and listening...
Power very linear, best improvement clearly mid range, car pulls very hard. You can hear the down pipe filling up around 3500 rpm. This setup is very complimentary to the car and the chassis soaks up the power with ease. My friend is a long time Audi guys and says this setup faster than any R8 he has driven. I have driven an R8 GT and this setup, while less refined, is as quick, if not quicker.
I also have taken about 80 lbs out of the car between wheels, HRE P40 s's , Voltphreaks Battery and APR full exhaust .
More HP , More torque , Less weight = NICE...
No et's yet. Would guess .3-.5 faster.
HRE's are 19x9, 50 offset, tried 43 but big rubbing on rear tabs. The shop did not weigh before installation but my research shows around 21 libs each. The "s" is a bout 2 lbs lighter than a standard P40. OEM's are 29 lbs. Also replaced Toyo's with Super Sports which are close to 2 lbs per tire lighter.
Biggest bang for buck is the battery. Depending on which one you get you can save over 40 lbs.
Running the Voltphreaks for several months with zero issues.