Hot Wheels: APR 'Stage 2' Audi A6 3.0T – One Take

Hot Wheels: APR 'Stage 2' Audi A6 3.0T – One Take

Awesome Hot Wheels Review: APR 'Stage 2' Audi A6 3.0T – One Take



The Audi A6 isn’t much to look at, and that’s a very good thing, because with APR’s ‘Stage 2’ Pulley, Intake, and Tune, it’s a bahn screamer.

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23 Replies to “Hot Wheels: APR 'Stage 2' Audi A6 3.0T – One Take”

  1. Just installed the APR stage 1 on my 2016 A6 3.0t and I was amazed at the performance it unlocked. 0-60 in 4.2 secs. It's crazy for a software tune.

  2. This video helped me decide to buy an A6. Even with the stock 340 Hp it's a fast car. I can't imagine what it will be like with another 100+ Hp. 🙂

  3. I have a 12 model year (same C7 body) Prestige in white w/black interior w/Unitrinic stage 2+ (supercharger pulley + 93 octane tune rated at 450hp/390ft lbs torque). No other mods other than wheels/tires (Audi R8 track package style in 9×20 w/conti pro DWS tires)…. I love this car. Roomy, comfortable, quiet, quick and fast sleeper. 12.0s in the 1/4 and no lack of top speed. Walked away in a freeway exchange with a Mercedes S55 AMG to whatever speed he gave up at. Stoplight drags no contest with all wheel drive Subaru/Mitsubishi (they go to shift into second gear and lose half a car length). Sleeper car and fun daily driver. Comfortable, quiet, roomy, with all the bells and whistles. Does not look like a 12.0 car that will do 170+mph.

  4. This is probably the no-name car Will Self refers to in his story Tough tough toys for Tough tough boys , which chronicles a cross-country UK booze and grass 'pedal to the metal' romp ….

  5. Just a remap on these engines gives 100 bhp over standard. Pulley ad remap would be around the 450bhp minimum. It's like this in UK S4's. Pretty sure the engine is the same in USA.

  6. Just wondering, you compared this to an S6 at the end. Is a tuned V6t a real valid consideration over an S6. Does the smaller engine give a better turn in for e.g.? Or is the S6 a better car in multiple ways ?

  7. Damn, I wish I had gotten one of these. I didn't want to get such a big car and was afraid of the reliability. Been seeing 2012+ for 15-18. Add in tuning around 2k. I got my 2011 Infiniti G37s for 10k

  8. That person on the back of the motorcycle starting at 4:36 into the video obviously hasn't ridden on bikes very often. Look at how they're leaning the opposite way around the turns. You're supposed to lean with the bike around the turns being flush with the rider up front, not fighting it lol. That is very dangerous for both the rider and the inexperienced passenger. It really throws the balance off. Talk about being on the wrong road to be doing stupid things like that. I'm surprised the rider didn't tell the passenger that they have to lean with him around the turns. Anyway, I wasn't going to comment, but having grown up on motorcycles starting out riding with my father when I was a little kid, I just had to say something about this. At even four years old, my father would lean the bike as far as it could go depending on his speed and how sharp the curve was and I would stay perfectly level with him around those turns. I can't believe what I just saw on video lol.

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