Quickest & Fastest Audi RS6 in the USA running 11.8@117 in the 1/4 mile. Tuned by yours truly!
My 2003 Audi RS6 running back to back 11.8's in the 1/4 mile at Island Dragway in Great Meadows, NJ. This was on a 93/104 octane mix. Only mods are gutted pre-cats and re-programmed ECU/TCU. Car has 94K miles and still running strong!
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.
2015 560-HP Audi RS6 Avant Review - Fast Lane Daily
The Audi RS6 is no ordinary wagon (or Avant if you prefer) with 560 horsepower and a 0 to 60
time under 4 seconds - it's arguably one of the best looking wagons on the
market available today. Sarah Sauer takes this roaring machine for ride on
some pretty roads and of course the famed Autobahn, check it out!
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Audi RS6 Avant C7 vs Nissan GTR vs BMW M5 Dinan vs C55 AMG
This time I've filmed this beautiful black Audi RS6 Avant. The video shows
some drag races on a closed airfield against other supercars, like a Nissan
R35 GT-R, BMW M5 V10 Dinan Stroker, Mercedes C55 AMG and a second
generation Audi RS6 Avant.
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Audi RS6 vs Ducati 1199 Panigale R - car vs bike track battle
Audi now owns Ducati, so we decided to race the brands' most powerful
models, the Audi RS6 and the Ducati 1199 Panigale R.
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Audi now owns Ducati - so we thought it'd be fun to have a track battle
between the most powerful Audi you can order and the most powerful Ducati
you can order.
The 1199 Panigale R has a 1.2-litre V-Twin with 195bhp. There is an even
hotter Superlegera version but it’s sold out, so this R is the most
powerful Ducati you can buy.
The Audi RS6 has a 4.0-litre bi-turbo V8
with 560hp – that’s 10 horses more than an R8 V10 Plus, which is why we
have chosen the estate for this track battle.
Auto Express’s Owen Mildenhall will be in the RS6 while Alastair Fagan
from Fast Bikes magazine will be on the Panigale.
With 1032bhp per tonne the Ducati did 0-60mph in 3.2 seconds and the
standing quarter in 10.5 seconds compared to 4.3 and 12.4 seconds for the
289bhp per tonne Audi.
The bike clearly ruled in a straight line- but let’s see what happens
when we add some corners...
For a two-tonne car it's pretty impressive. It's got loads of grip, and the
fact that the fan was still going a long time after we finished the race is
an indication of how tightly packaged everything is under this bonnet, with
a big V8 in there. There's loads of grip and massive straight-line
performance. It's not the most thrilling car to drive on track because you
can't really do much with it, it's not very adjustable. It just grips and
that's it. You can't disable the stability control either, but there's no
doubting it's really fast.
The bike feels fast no matter what you do and no matter how fast you ride
it, you always think you'll come back to a lap record - but as proven in
the past it's not always correct.
On this occasion, the bike beat the car - but in the car's defence, there's
one thing you can do with it that you can't do with the bike: take the
whole crew out for a hot lap!