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RS3 8V

Posted by Carsten Wagner on 8/24/2015
Today our friends from SL-Tuningsolutions brought us a brand new AUDI RS3 8V for a 3D scan. We´ll bring also a high performance intercooler kit for this impressive vehicle like we did before for the AUDI RS3 8P

How a Car's Exhaust System Affects Performance

Posted by Henry on 2/11/2014
The primary function of your vehicle's exhaust system is to remove the gaseous byproducts of combustion from your engine to allow further combustion. In most cars, the exhaust system does little more. However, if you want to modify your street car to boost its power or performance, the exhaust system is one place to focus your efforts.

Get Those Layers Right This Year

Posted by Henry on 1/31/2014
The intercooler is a very important part of your car that maintains the temperature of fluids and prevents overheating. If your cooling system is in need of repair, save money by learning how to install an intercooler on your car. Although the installation process varies slightly depending on the type of Audi you own, the following guide contains the information you need to successfully replace an intercooler.

Improve Audi Engine Performance through Tune-Ups

Posted by Dupree on 1/29/2014
Audi vehicles like the Audi RS series and the S4 are known as performance cars that fuse style and brawn and top choices among enthusiasts and car buyers who know what quality means. Backed with fuel injection systems and electronic ignitions, these modern vehicles from Germany are known to perform and even exceed drivers’ expectations. If you are an Audi owner, it doesn’t mean that you should leave your car as is. All vehicles including Audi should undergo tune-ups and the required maintenance steps. As a pro-active car owner, you can also tweak or even replace some car parts to improve engine performance and prevent the usual car problems along the way. Here are some car parts that should be checked and replaced as part of your tune-ups and maintenance procedures.

The Benefits of an Intercooler

Posted by Dupree on 1/28/2014
Intercoolers are used to reduce the heat from the compressed air as it transfers from the turbo or supercharger into the engine's induction system. By using tubes, louvers, plates and fins that are naturally cooler than the compressed air, the intercooler creates a higher density of air molecules, which allows more air/fuel mix into the same amount of space. This serves to provide more pre-detonation boost from your fuel, which increases horsepower and elevates your torque. Many modern intercoolers use liquid coolant instead of air to reduce the temperature, with an auxiliary radiator's electric pump controlling the circulation of the cooling liquid.

A Turbocharged Timeline

Posted by Henry on 1/24/2014
The turbocharger has left an indelible mark on both the automotive and aerospace industries over the years, literally revolutionizing the way we look at the efficiency of the internal combustion engine. It has been a staple of car manufacturers since the 1980's, but the concept and creation go back almost a hundred years earlier. Here is a brief historical timeline of the turbocharger

What to Look for in Exhaust and intercooler Equipment

Posted by Dupree on 1/7/2014
Aftermarket exhaust manifolds and intercoolers are ideal upgrades that boost the performance of your car. These affordable, easy-to-install upgrades improve your car's performance, fuel efficiency and aesthetics. It is important to choose the right equipment, however, as poor quality or incorrectly sized aftermarket parts actually reduce the performance of your vehicle.

Improving Fuel Efficiency Using After-market intercoolers

Posted by Henry on 1/2/2014
Intercoolers work by cooling the compressed air that is generated by your turbocharger. Your turbocharger, sometimes called a turbo or a supercharger, compresses air to pass more oxygen into your combustion chamber. The more oxygen that passes through, the more torque and horsepower your engine produces. Intercoolers take this process a step further by cooling the air to make it denser.