Cargraphic does the Audi RS6 Avant

Article by Christian A., on August 25, 2010

As you may know already Audi announced that it will end production of the RS6 sports car. In order to celebrate this, Cargraphic gave Audi's RS6 a boost by using either the Avant or Limo versions of the V10 in the model. Instead of the regular output of 580 hp, the top-performance engine in the 4F series can generate 665 hp.

As a result, power is boosted by about 15%. Customers may also opt to add the three-part Cargraphic GT-R 21-inch rims and their special exhaust system. The model has such a powerful roar that it fails to meet German noise regulations.

To purchase one, it will have to be exported. The 10.5x21" wheels exude both character and quality. There's an option to purchase these wheels with 285/30R21 tires. A Cargraphic factory in south west England makes the exhaust systems that are comprised of mufflers and catalytic converters.

This framework of finest-quality rust-resistant stainless steel propels the cylinders to go full power. After each cycle of use, the combustion chambers are optimally refilled and emptied.

In addition, the exhausts make the car more visually attractive. Customers may also opt to supplement the RACE design with its four 80 millimeter pipes with two oval exhausts. There's also an option to have them in black enamel.

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Cargraphic offers exhausts, XXL-power and 21

Can an Audi with RS6 labelling possibly be an understatement? Of course, so long as the V10 in its Avant or Limo versions has had a performance boost from Cargraphic. Then the top-performance engine in the 4F series suddenly produce an impressive 489 kW/ 665 PS instead of the usual 426 kW / 580 PS. Roundabout 15% of extra power, which may not be visible on the Bavarian car but can certainly be felt.

If you want to see and hear this "little adjustment" to the series, you can also add the three-part Cargraphic GT-R 21-inch rims and their special exhaust system. This roars so powerfully that it doesn't match German noise regulations and is only possible to buy on export. The 10.5x21" wheels gleam with character and quality. Optionally, you can buy them with 285/30R21 tyres.

The exhaust systems consists of mufflers and catalytic converters made in a Cargraphic factory in south west England. This framework of finest-quality rust-resistant stainless steel brings the cylinders blazing into full power.

The combustion chambers are optimally refilled and emptied after each cycle of use. Moreover, the exhausts also add to the visual attraction of the car. If he or she wishes, the customer can choose to supplement the RACE design with its four 80 millimetre pipes with two oval exhausts. There is also the option of having them in black enamel for the really bad boy look. No wonder the RS6 pilots prefer to show other drivers their exhaust pipes rather then their tail lights.

PS: Cargraphic also has attractive exhausts for the other A6 engine variants, as well as a large range of one- and three-part light metal wheels and also a choice of chassis components.

Topics: audi, audi rs6, avant

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