Audi 200 Quattro launching with launch control/anti-lag
Quick clip I threw together of my 1991 Audi 200 testing the launch
control/anti-lag feature and some other footage for fun.
Stock block/head with 300k+ miles
VEMS EMS from EFI Express . com
Siemens Deka 870cc injectors @ 3bar base pressure
ClutchNet red pressure plate with 6 puck disk
Tune to 23psi on E85 fuel.
3" turbo back Exhaust
034 engine and transmission mounts
BBS RK 17X8 ET35 wheels
General Exclaim UHP 225-45-17
Suspension IS NOT STOCK OR WORN! Custom coil-over suspension was assembled
by me for this car and I am testing and tuning. The setup for this video
Eibach 550LB rear 2.5" X 6" springs
Eibach 450LB front 2.5" X 6" springs
Hyperco take up springs front and rear
Sitting on stock valved Bilstein sport struts front and rear
All new bushing and control arms
The struts need to be valved a bit stiffer to help with the squattro action
however weight transfer isn't a bad thing.
Filmed with a Canon EOS 5DMKii and a Canon EOS 7D using a 35L and 85L
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Audi Sport Quattro (Dahlbäck 560hp) at Vaaler Raceway
Described as Sport Quattro, rallye Sport Quattro and S1 by former owners.
Driven at Vaaler Raceway, Norway, at the annual trackday event of VW - Audi
Club Norwegen in 2004.
Courtesy: VW - Audi Club Norwegen, S-sentrum.no
Source: VW - Audi Club Norwegen DVD 2004
Audi: The quattro principle
quattro four-wheel drive enjoys a lengthy tradition. The principle involves
distributing the engine's power permanently and optimally between all four
2014 Audi A4 Test Drive Video Review
http://www.autobytel.com/audi/a4/2014/ The 2014 Audi A4 is a Premium
Compact Car that can be optioned out as a luxury car or a sports sedan.
While it's true the Audi A4 is aging and nearing the end of its lifespan,
it remains a compelling automobile. The clean and conservative design has
withstood the test of time and the interior is filled with high quality
details. Under the hood lives a fuel efficient and powerful turbocharged engine while the Quattro AWD system
makes the car handle on rails. There is very little to complain about when
it comes to the 2014 Audi A4.
The model tested here is the Premium Plus trim which starts at $37,300;
that is until you add on the Navigation Package, Sport Package, and Black
Optic Package. Now the price swells to over $43k. So how does this compact
sedan stack up against the competition?
There is no denying the Audi A4 looks great. The Black Optic Package adds a
set of 19-inch rims finished with a titanium look which are fantastic. The
Black Optics Package also includes a blacked-out grille.
The A4 only has one engine option and that is a 2.0 liter 4-cylinder that
makes 220 horsepower and 258 lb-ft. of
torque. The car feels strong thanks to the high torque figures. The A4 also
manages some excellent fuel economy numbers for an AWD car at 20 MPG in the
city and 29 MPG on the highway.
One of the best things about driving the Audi A4 is the engine. By the
numbers the powerplant does not seem that exciting. But this turbocharged engine has been around for many years
and Volkswagen has clearly refined it so. The Quattro AWD system makes the
car a blast to drive.
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BMW X-Drive 4X4 System
BMW X-Drive 4X4 System
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The BMW all-wheel drive or 4X4 system, called X-Drive, ensures that the
vehicle has the best traction all the time, improves agility and keeps you
safely on lane.
When parking, the system reacts to the need for high manoeuvrability at low
speed, by opening the clutch completely so the powertrain functions
optimally. Acting virtually instantaneously and in a manner as to go
virtually unnoticed by the vehicle's driver. X-Drive can direct up to 100%
of drive forces to one axle and allow the driver to start up quickly, even
on slippery surfaces or steep hills. X-Drive directs all power to the axles
with the greatest wheel traction.
X-Drive is the all time, all-wheel drive or 4X4 system from BMW. Under
normal circumstances, it distributes driver power between the front and
rear axles in a nominal 45-55 ratio, and changes this figure depending on
when the road surface or overall driving conditions change. X-Drive allows
power to be split between the front and rear axles through use of a
multiplate clutch located between the gearbox and the drive shaft. This
setup allows X-Drive vehicles to split power in virtually any way it
pleases. Torque can be transferred to the front wheels via electronically
controlled multi plate clutch that is located in the transfer case. X-Drive
does not have a center differential. Most of the time, the clutch is
partially locked and power is transferred to both axles in proportion 45-55
front to rear. The power distribution can be altered to continuously
variable levels from 50-50 to 0-100.
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