Fluid MotorUnion C5 RS6 Acceleration/Two-Step
What has been one of the longest FMU builds is finally out on the streets
with the break-in tune, and it's performing fantastically. To show that,
we made this video!
The car in question is a Audi C5 RS6, featuring the following
034-Sourced Blueprinted Race Short Block
Forged Pistons + Rods
TiAL 770 turbos
Rennen Wheels + Custom Center Caps
FMU Custom Full Exhaust
FMU Custom 1600 hp Fuel System
Electronic Boost Controller
FMU Custom Tune
Okada Projects Ignition Coils
Ported Intake Manifold
Intake Manifold + SwainTech Thermal Coating
FMU Custom Phenolic Spacer
Exhaust Manifold + SwainTech Thermal
FMU Custom Intake
Powdercoated Valve Covers
FMU Custom Catch Can + Crankcase Vacuum Venturi
FMU Custom Oil + Transmission Coolers
FMU Custom Intercooler
You can tell it's a lot! With the current break-in tune (which we've set
at a lower power level in order to keep the stock transmission protected
for the time being as the owner gets comfortable with the new power), we're
putting down about 600 bhp and 600 lb.ft of torque, which is enough to
start altering the rotation of the earth. Don't forget it's putting power
down to all four wheels, as well.
Enjoy the video, which we've spiced up with a bit of two-stepping at the
beginning and end of the video. Wait for the end; you won't be let down.
We'll have Dyno graphs
and professional photos shot by Matt Magnino coming soon!
And now, the disclaimers!
Disclaimer: This video was filmed on a movie set in international waters.
On top of automotive fabrication, we build VERY lifelike movie sets.