Audi R8 V10 with Capristo Exhaust - In Action
BrianZuk's 1,000th video features a stunning Audi R8 V10 with Capristo Exhaust In Action. The video shows the R8
V10 In Action - Accelerating, Launching, In Car Driving Footage, Doing
Flybys, Revving, In Tunnel, and more! The white on black R8 has a Capristo
Exhaust, HRE P40 Wheels, APR 93 Tune,
BMC Carbon Intakes, and carbon side blades. I hope you enjoy the video and
hope you have enjoyed the past videos over the years, I greatly appreciate
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Heffner Audi R8 twin-turbo engine sound and acceleration
Heffner Audi R8 twin-turbo built by
RamSpeed in Sydney. Engine sounds and acceleration. Head over to
turbo-kit/ for the full write up.
Audi R8 4.2 V8
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RamSpeed carbon fibre interior trimmings
RamSpeed satin black painted Audi alloy wheels
Six-speed manual, all-wheel drive
Audi R8 V10 TTR PP-Performance Stage 2 - 620HP!
During my stay at the Nurburgring last week, I have recorded this beautiful
black Audi R8 V10 TTR PP-Performance Stage 2. This R8 V10 is tuned to Stage
2 by TTR PP-Performance and has 620 BHP and 570Nm. Stage 2 contains a
PP-Performance ECU and a PP-Performance Exhaust system modification.
In this video you can see multiple fly by's and accelerations on the famous
Engine: 5,2L FSI V10
Performance: 620HP and 570 Nm (525HP and 530Nm*)
0-100 km/h: 3,4sec (3,9seconds*)
Topspeed: 332km/h (313km/h*)
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710 HP STaSIS Engineering R8 V10 Spyder
The Smoking Tire hits the canyons with one of the fastest Audi's on the
road: Stasis Engineering's Supercharged R8 5.2 FSI. Matt Farah wrings out
the red Spyder on an empty canyon road, proving that no amount of horsepower is ever too much.
AUDI R8 V8 GTR TWIN SUPERCHARGED TUNED BY PACHURA MOTO CENTER
We want to introduce to you the most unique Audi R8 in Poland. This is the
very first piece of Audi R8 V8 GTR that left our site. As a base for
modification we took an Audi R8 Coupe with 4.2 V8 FSI engine. The
assumptions of this project were a little bit crazy: the car had to develop
over 700 hp, plus have an extraordinary exterior design. Superchargers, cooling, and new intake and
lubrication systems have been developed specifically for this car by TTS
Performance. The sports Exhaust system
uses an Abt Sportsline silencer that releases a powerful sound from this
mighty engine. After many hours of tuning on a dynamometer an incredibly
impressive performance was obtained: maximum power of 710 hp and torque
over 600 Nm. This unique R8 accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.1s, it
sprints from 0 to 200 km/h in an impressive 9.2s. Audi R8 V8 GTR reaches a
maximum speed of 328 km/h and it's limited by the gear ratios, not by the engine
power. Transmission will be further extended in the future. Powertrain uses
a Kevlar double disc clutch, produced specifically for this car. To improve
the handling we used KW Variant 3 HLS 4 with adjustable height, compression
and rebound. This KW kit also has an another feature that is very useful in
a sports car: a hydraulic lift system on the front and rear axle, which
allows to lift up the car up to 35 mm. The base Audi R8 was equipped with a
conventional steel brake discs. They were replaced by the most efficient
ceramic brakes on the front and rear axle. Audi R8 V8 GTR got a completely
new look, and all the body parts we used are lighter than the factory ones.
Abt Sportsline R8 GTR body kit includes elements made of carbon :
• Front bumper
• Rear bumper
• Side sills
• Enlarged side air vents
• The impressive rear wing
• Side mirrors (from Audi R8 LMS race car )
• Engine hood made of carbon fiber and polycarbonate glass with venting
holes (from Audi R8 LMS race car)
In order to get more weight reduction a front hood made of carbon fiber was
used. Also, the CR Superlight alloy wheels from Abt Sportsline are lighter
than the original Audi parts. Front wheels' size is 9 x 19 " with Michelin
Pilot Sport CUP 235/35 R19 sport tires, rear wheels' size is 11 x19 " with
305/30 R19 tires . Thanks to lightweight materials we reduced the weight of
the car by 60 kg, which significantly affected its drivability. DEFI
Advance BF gauges were mounted, for pressure Boost, oil pressure, and Exhaust gas temperature. Some other nice details
inside the car are: velour floor mats with Abt Sportsline logo and improved
car audio system with Alpine IVA D800R multimedia station.
Supercharged Audi R8
V8 R8 Audi fitted with full PES Supercharger system and a Milltek Exhaust, full Genius flash, work by Mark @ Marks
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TRACK OR OTHER OFF ROAD EVENTS. IN MOST CASES THESE CARS ARE TAKEN BACK TO
STREET LEGAL LEVELS TO BE ABLE TO USE THE VEHICLE LEGALLY ON THE ROADS OF
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Rat Rod vs Lamborghini Aventador! Roadkill Episode 5
On this episode of Roadkill, HOT ROD's David Freiburger and Mike Finnegan
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Aventador to find out which wildly impractical, larger-than-life car
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