Category Archive: Audi

  1. June 11, 2019

    APR 2.5 TFSI EVO Turbocharger Inlet and Intake System

    The APR Turbocharger Inlet System outflows the factory components by up to 45%, and jumps to 60% when adding the APR Intake Filter. This is firstly achieved through elimination of the most critical restriction in the entire intake system, the turbocharger inlet pipe. Because of this restriction, no intake airbox / filter design can physically […]

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  2. May 24, 2019
  3. March 9, 2019

    APR 20×9″ A01 Flow Formed Wheels Now Available!

    The APR A01 Flow Formed Wheels are manufactured using the latest strengthening and weight savings techniques to provide an attractive solution ready for the street and track. This race inspired wheel design features a curved 5-spoke Y design with a deep outer rim inlay, and weight saving spoke pockets. The A01 is the perfect wheel […]

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  4. February 12, 2019

    APR Valentine’s Day Sale

    From February 8th to February 24th select APR MQB platform 1.8T/2.0T software and hardware is on sale for 10% off! APR ECU / TCU Upgrades 1.8 TSI EA888.3 (IS12) – MK7 Golf / Sportwagen / Alltrack & MK3 A3 2.0 TSI EA888.3 (IS20) – MK7 Golf GTI, Atlas & MK3 A3 / TT 2.0 TSI […]

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  5. April 18, 2018

    VW/Audi EA888 Gen 3 (MQB/MLB) Engines Explained

    So the new VW/Audi EA888 Gen 3 motor has been out for quite some time, but I still get questions on what is new with this engine. I will try and address as many of these as possible. However, a good starting point is understanding the evolution of the 2.0T engines and where we are […]

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  6. March 23, 2018

    APR Shift Into Spring Sale – March 22nd to April 15th

    It’s spring and that means it’s time to get out and enjoy your car. We’ll help you do that by taking 10% off all of our ECU and TCU Upgrades¹! As an added bonus, we’ll give you 20% off our TCU Upgrade if you purchase the ECU and TCU on the same day! Take advantage […]

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  7. August 31, 2016

    BMW’s and Audi’s Direct Injected Engines: The Issue of Carbon Buildup

    BMW and Audi owners should beware of a specific engine issue. Over the last several years, the auto industry has made the transition from port fuel delivery to direct injected engines, but that has come with it’s own issues, particularly with carbon build up.  Direct injection is when a controlled amount of fuel is precisely sprayed […]

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  8. August 9, 2013

    What’s the difference between FSI and TSI?

    There have been some questions between the differences between the VW/Audi 2.0 liter FSI and TSI engines.  I will try and highlight the differences between them to help you understand the evolution of the TSI powerplant from the TSI.  I won’t be covering every difference, but I will try to go over the most significant […]

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