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APR Presents: Audi C6 RS6 5.0 TFSI V10 ECU Upgrade!

Discussion in 'RS6 Forum' started by Arin@APR, Dec 18, 2010.

  1. Arin@APR
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    [Dec 18, 2010]
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    APR is pleased to present the ultimate ECU Upgrade for the Audi RS6 5.0TFSI V10 Twin Turbo.
    After months of long nights and many hours of testing, development and more testing, we are
    pleased to offer you an ECU recalibration that is second to none. APR's extensive research and
    development provides you with a powerful ECU Upgrade with no loss of drivability or reliability.
    Expect tremendous increases in power and torque across the entire power band, improved
    throttle response and a smoother, more powerful top end.

    The RS6's engine management presented new challenges to the Engineering Teams at APR in the
    form of new control strategies for torque management. Significant time was spent researching
    these new strategies to properly request more load and therefore more boost in the lower end
    of the power band. The results were simple, a torque curve that crushes the competition and
    delivers a rush of power like no other in the industry.

    For safety and shift quality concerns, APR's Engineering Teams spent even more time determining
    appropriate levels of torque to deliver in first gear. As such, maximum boost pressure is lower in
    1st gear than all other gears. This resulted in the most powerful yet reliable software possible.

    The Audi RS6 5.0TFSI V10 Twin Turbo ECU Upgrade is an expertly recalibrated engine control
    strategy that remaps boost, timing, air fuel ratios and other engine management paramaters
    to provide smooth and reliable power as if intended by the OEM. APR's ECU Upgrade is developed
    to work within the OEM and Tier 1 Supplier specifications for engine component stress tolerances
    and performance specifications. APR's ECU Upgrades are available in octane specific versions to
    allow you to take full advantage of the fuel quality available in your area.

    Stage I ECU Upgrade

    Not only does our Stage I ECU Upgrade give you higher peak numbers of 741 horsepower and
    779 ft-lbs of torque, but also gains of up to 237 horsepower and 299lb-ft are available at lower
    RPM's with 104 RON! APR's ECU Upgrade is the best power per dollar modification for the new
    5.0 TFSI and gives it just the extra edge these cars lack from the factory without pushing the
    limits. With factory like smoothness and drivability APR's ECU Upgrade will fill the void in an
    otherwise excellent car.

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    APR Stage I ECU Upgrade Calibration Report

    Stock
    As Reported by Audi
    572 HP
    480 TQ

    Stock
    As Measured by APR
    597 HP
    507 TQ

    98 Octane RON
    665 HP
    716 TQ
    174 HP @ 4350 RPM
    237 TQ @ 3600 RPM

    104 Octane RON
    741 HP
    779 TQ
    237 HP @ 4550 RPM
    299 TQ @ 3600 RPM





    Application Guide

    All C6 RS6 5.0 TFSI V10 Engines

    Directport Programmed through the OEM ODBII Port - ECU does NOT need to be removed!

    Currently Single Program Only

    Please contact a Local APR Dealer for Pricing!
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    Impressive figures.
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    That kind of power from just a remap. I wonder with other mods, what kind of power this thing can get!
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