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    APR Stage 3 Kit Installed On a TT-RS By RSWorx

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by PAT @ RS WORX Click here to enlarge
    Redline Speed Worx is Proud to not only announce the release of the APR Stage 3 TTRS System for the 2.5T, but to also introduce you all to the FIRST Stage 3 GTX3576 equipped 2.5T that was built outside of APR's Headquarters in Alabama. The team at RS WORX is honored to have ad the opportunity to complete this build prior to the kits full release!

    Click here to enlarge

    To start here is a shot of the 100% stock un-molested engine bay.

    Click here to enlarge

    The APR Stage 3 System is centered around the LARGE GTX 3576 Billet wheeled turbocharger, which is capable of making more horsepower than any previously released Stage 3 system has done to date. So to say we are excited was an understatement, as we have been waiting to see these levels of output for many years!

    Click here to enlarge

    Our friends at APR took their time honing in the components in which this upgrade was built upon. In true APR fashion the tubular manifold, compressor inlet, as well as turbocharger downturn were all VERY high quality pieces, made to the tightest of tolerances. As you will see there wasn't much room for error on the 2.5T in the MKII TTRS chassis!

    Click here to enlarge

    This is the first time the engineers at APR have felt the need / requirement to run a fully dedicated external waste gate. They have spared no expense and chosen to utilize the newest Tial valve, the watercooled MVC 38MM!

    Click here to enlarge

    The APR modified GTX3576 compressor cover to allow for a "bolt-on" OEM style compressor inlet.

    Click here to enlarge

    One of our favorite benefits of using an APR product is the attention to detail. Every components of this massive upgrade is broken down and packaged by part number, which leaves little room for error while moving through the installation process.

    Click here to enlarge

    With a methodical approach, EVERYTHING is included down to every nut, bolt, fastener, and washer!

    Click here to enlarge

    One of the most tedious tasks of this upgrade is just breakdown and removing all the factory Audi under body paneling & shields. Once removed one can only begin to get a glimpse of how many components are going to have to be removed from the vehicle in order to get this massive Garrett turbocharger fully installed.

    Click here to enlarge

    This isn't Redline Speed Worx's first rodeo, were are not strangers to tearing down practically brand new, perfectly operating limited addition vehicles. We made quick work of removing the complete subframe assembly and steering rack from the TTRS.

    Click here to enlarge

    We made quick work of removing the factory downpipe and exhaust system.

    Click here to enlarge

    Click here to enlarge

    We were in the very near future going to be putting the KW Variant 3 Suspension to work!

    Click here to enlarge

    The factory TTRS 2.5T catalyst was surprisingly large, and quite understandably a very restrictive component holding the TTRS from its true potential!

    Click here to enlarge

    For reference that is a 5" diameter downturn coming directly off the turbocharger.

    Click here to enlarge

    The next step on the build was the tackle the TTRS's massive transmission! But first we had to get the angle drive (transfer case) un-bolted and out of the way before we attempted removal.

    Click here to enlarge

    The TTRS's beefy output shaft was now revealed. It feels good known the 2.5T is built with such stout components, especially known what is in store for it over the coming weeks...

    Click here to enlarge

    ... and there you have it, the OEM AUDI 2.5T TTRS turbocharger assembly in all its glory.

    Click here to enlarge

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    Part 2

    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by PAT @ RS WORX Click here to enlarge
    With a bit of massaging the TTRS gearbox is out of the vehicle. It did require ALOT of love to get it out of the engine bay....

    Click here to enlarge

    With the transmission removed we were able to get our first look at the factory OEM Audi TTRS clutch assembly.

    Click here to enlarge

    With the power and abuse the team at Redline Speed Worx was going to be putting this Audi through we knew the only choice was to contact our good friends over at South Bend Clutch, so out the stock unit went!

    Click here to enlarge

    South Bend Clutch (SBC) put together a custom offering for us to our specifications. The clutch was built around the use of a "Stage 3" Pressure plate, which had the required clamping force to stand up to consistent track use while still maintaining an almost stock like pedal feel, an 8 segmented sintered iron disc, and a lightweight single mass steel flywheel!

    Click here to enlarge

    Click here to enlarge

    Click here to enlarge

    Click here to enlarge

    We chose to make a slight addition / upgrade to the clutch package with the addition of ARP Flywheel hardware, as there have been some occurrences in the past of 5 cylinder Audi's snapping stock flywheel hardware, no chances were taken!

    Click here to enlarge

    The Southbend Stage 4 TTRS 2.5T clutch now fully installed it was time to wrestle the gearbox back into the vehicle again so we could get back on track with the turbocharger upgrade!

    Click here to enlarge

    Removal was quick and painless (well relatively), one of the benefits of breaking down brand new vehicles is you don't run into any issues of hardware not wanting to come apart!

    Click here to enlarge

    The stock turbocharger on the 2.5T 5 cylinder engine is a very impressive unit in its stock form! But as you all know, we have a problem when it comes to leaving perfectly good cars alone!

    Click here to enlarge

    Click here to enlarge

    Now for the best part of the build, the APR Stage 3 GTX 3576 Turbocharger, Tial 38MM MVC Wastegate, and APR Inconel Tubular V-band Exhaust Manifold

    Click here to enlarge

    A few shots comparing the stock unit to the APR...

    Click here to enlarge

    Click here to enlarge

    With everything removed, there appears to be ALOT of room to work with to get all the APR components installed, but with the massive billet wheeled turbocharger this space is filled quickly!

    Click here to enlarge

    If you have followed some of our other builds, you will already know we have a "thing" for heat reflective gold foil. We used quite a bit of it on the TTRS, but unfortunately in places not visible to the eye. To try and shield from the new levels of heat we took care to cover the the top of the gearbox as well as the angle drive!

    Click here to enlarge

    Transfer case, APR Turbocharger Inlet, APR Kevlar / Nomex Turbo blanket, and driveshaft are now all happily back in the TTRS. As you can see its a tight fit for all these high-end components. But as always APR's high level of skill ensured everything was a perfect fit!

    Click here to enlarge

    Getting the downpipe properly aligned was probably one of the harder parts of this installation, as not only are you aligning the downpipe assembly, but also the turbocharger discharge, and the recirculated waste gate plumbing.

    Click here to enlarge

    Once correctly fitting the 3" 304SS hand built, fully TIG welded downpipe fit perfectly around the TTRS's driveshaft.

    Click here to enlarge

    Since our TTRS was still equipped with the factory turbo-back exhaust system, we had to fabricate a mid pipe to connect to the APR RSC Catback exhaust. Due to us hoping to set record times at the track with this build we chose to go catless, with our off-road ONLY test pipe for maximum power output. Not to mention it also gives the 5 cylinder a more aggressive tone!

    Click here to enlarge

    With the APR RSC exhaust system now fully installed we were starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel....

    Click here to enlarge

    Now were mechanically all bolted up, and ready to complete the final component inspection!

    Click here to enlarge

    The last piece of the puzzle, perform the APR TTRS Stage 3 GTX 3576 ECU Upgrade!

    Click here to enlarge

    Finally the finished, fully installed engine bay! We chose to utilize a bit more NASA shuttle technology! As you can see other than the heat reflection preventatives, when looking under the hood it is very difficult to even comprehend the amount of awesome-ness that our friends at APR have put together for this Stage 3 Upgrade on the Audi TTRS!

    Click here to enlarge

    The APR Upgrade has completely transformed the TTRS into a true super-car killer, the performance and drivability of the kit is un-matched by anything currently on the market for the 2.5T engine.

    Please stay tuned as we progress with the build of our TTRS, and put all of these components to the test!

    Please Contact Us directly for any inquires on the system, pricing, or if you would like to stop by the shop and go for a spin!

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    beautiful post, repped..

    I am very impressed with the individually wrapped pieces, that is an incredibly nice touch and really shows that they care and are a top of the line company to do business with. Im sure theyre each scanned upon packing to ensure they are electronically checked to be complete kits and when you are spending good money that little extra goes a long way.

    If i end up with an Audi or VW ever APR would be the company I dealt with...

    I am assuming they have support to match their top notch ethics and product.

    My friend has an rs and I was super impressed with his car after having my doubts. I have no doubt that this perticular car will be one FUN and BAD ASS street car. I cant wait to see some videos.

    What is planned for this car in the coming weeks?
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by ChuckD05 Click here to enlarge
    beautiful post, repped..

    I am very impressed with the individually wrapped pieces, that is an incredibly nice touch and really shows that they care and are a top of the line company to do business with. Im sure theyre each scanned upon packing to ensure they are electronically checked to be complete kits and when you are spending good money that little extra goes a long way.

    If i end up with an Audi or VW ever APR would be the company I dealt with in a heart beat...

    I am assuming they have support to match their top notch ethics and product.

    My friend has an rs and I was super impressed with his car after having my doubts. I have no doubt that this perticular car will be one FUN and BAD ASS street car. I cant wait to see some videos.

    What is planned for this car in the coming weeks?
    hopefully RSW does some 1/4 passes.

    They did do a "baseline" test back in April of the car:
    12.3 @111.45 with a 1.72 60', 100% stock aside from the stage 1 tune. Running 93oct

    This kit gives a BIG jump in HP. Should run deep into the 11s.

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    Repped you for this, well done. I think I'll even front page it.

    Thought about doing it right now but you know what? I think even I deserve an easy Saturday night from time to time.

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    Check out this APR Stage 3 Audi TT-RS GT35R turbo upgrade installation by RS WORX

    The big news in the Audi 2.5 TFSI tuning community as of late is the release of the APR Stage III Garett GT35R turbo package as well as the APR HPFP (high pressure fuel pump) upgrade which makes over 600 wheel horsepower possible. RS WORX (Redline Speed Worx) in the Tri-State area recently did an install of the APR Stage III kit on an Audi TT-RS taking detailed photos of the process. This is the first TT-RS to get the Stage III GT35R upgrade outside of APR's own facility.

    Enjoy the build below, this is a hell of an upgrade and great work by RS WORX.

    Redline Speed Worx is Proud to not only announce the release of the APR Stage 3 TTRS System for the 2.5T, but to also introduce you all to the FIRST Stage 3 GTX3576 equipped 2.5T that was built outside of APR's Headquarters in Alabama. The team at RS WORX is honored to have ad the opportunity to complete this build prior to the kits full release!

    To start here is a shot of the 100% stock un-molested engine bay.

    Click here to enlarge

    The APR Stage 3 System is centered around the LARGE GTX 3576 Billet wheeled turbocharger, which is capable of making more horsepower than any previously released Stage 3 system has done to date. So to say we are excited was an understatement, as we have been waiting to see these levels of output for many years!

    Click here to enlarge

    Our friends at APR took their time honing in the components in which this upgrade was built upon. In true APR fashion the tubular manifold, compressor inlet, as well as turbocharger downturn were all VERY high quality pieces, made to the tightest of tolerances. As you will see there wasn't much room for error on the 2.5T in the MKII TTRS chassis!

    Click here to enlarge

    This is the first time the engineers at APR have felt the need / requirement to run a fully dedicated external waste gate. They have spared no expense and chosen to utilize the newest Tial valve, the watercooled MVC 38MM!

    Click here to enlarge

    The APR modified GTX3576 compressor cover to allow for a "bolt-on" OEM style compressor inlet.

    Click here to enlarge

    One of our favorite benefits of using an APR product is the attention to detail. Every components of this massive upgrade is broken down and packaged by part number, which leaves little room for error while moving through the installation process.

    Click here to enlarge

    With a methodical approach, EVERYTHING is included down to every nut, bolt, fastener, and washer!

    Click here to enlarge

    One of the most tedious tasks of this upgrade is just breakdown and removing all the factory Audi under body paneling & shields. Once removed one can only begin to get a glimpse of how many components are going to have to be removed from the vehicle in order to get this massive Garrett turbocharger fully installed.

    Click here to enlarge

    This isn't Redline Speed Worx's first rodeo, were are not strangers to tearing down practically brand new, perfectly operating limited addition vehicles. We made quick work of removing the complete subframe assembly and steering rack from the TTRS.

    Click here to enlarge

    We made quick work of removing the factory downpipe and exhaust system.

    Click here to enlarge

    Click here to enlarge

    We were in the very near future going to be putting the KW Variant 3 Suspension to work!

    Click here to enlarge

    The factory TTRS 2.5T catalyst was surprisingly large, and quite understandably a very restrictive component holding the TTRS from its true potential!

    Click here to enlarge

    For reference that is a 5" diameter downturn coming directly off the turbocharger.

    Click here to enlarge

    The next step on the build was the tackle the TTRS's massive transmission! But first we had to get the angle drive (transfer case) un-bolted and out of the way before we attempted removal.

    Click here to enlarge

    The TTRS's beefy output shaft was now revealed. It feels good known the 2.5T is built with such stout components, especially known what is in store for it over the coming weeks...

    Click here to enlarge

    ... and there you have it, the OEM AUDI 2.5T TTRS turbocharger assembly in all its glory.

    Click here to enlarge

    With a bit of massaging the TTRS gearbox is out of the vehicle. It did require ALOT of love to get it out of the engine bay....

    Click here to enlarge

    With the transmission removed we were able to get our first look at the factory OEM Audi TTRS clutch assembly.

    Click here to enlarge

    With the power and abuse the team at Redline Speed Worx was going to be putting this Audi through we knew the only choice was to contact our good friends over at South Bend Clutch, so out the stock unit went!

    Click here to enlarge

    South Bend Clutch (SBC) put together a custom offering for us to our specifications. The clutch was built around the use of a "Stage 3" Pressure plate, which had the required clamping force to stand up to consistent track use while still maintaining an almost stock like pedal feel, an 8 segmented sintered iron disc, and a lightweight single mass steel flywheel!

    Click here to enlarge

    Click here to enlarge

    Click here to enlarge

    Click here to enlarge

    We chose to make a slight addition / upgrade to the clutch package with the addition of ARP Flywheel hardware, as there have been some occurrences in the past of 5 cylinder Audi's snapping stock flywheel hardware, no chances were taken!

    Click here to enlarge

    The Southbend Stage 4 TTRS 2.5T clutch now fully installed it was time to wrestle the gearbox back into the vehicle again so we could get back on track with the turbocharger upgrade!

    Click here to enlarge

    Removal was quick and painless (well relatively), one of the benefits of breaking down brand new vehicles is you don't run into any issues of hardware not wanting to come apart!

    Click here to enlarge

    The stock turbocharger on the 2.5T 5 cylinder engine is a very impressive unit in its stock form! But as you all know, we have a problem when it comes to leaving perfectly good cars alone!

    Click here to enlarge

    Click here to enlarge

    Now for the best part of the build, the APR Stage 3 GTX 3576 Turbocharger, Tial 38MM MVC Wastegate, and APR Inconel Tubular V-band Exhaust Manifold

    Click here to enlarge

    A few shots comparing the stock unit to the APR...

    Click here to enlarge

    Click here to enlarge

    With everything removed, there appears to be ALOT of room to work with to get all the APR components installed, but with the massive billet wheeled turbocharger this space is filled quickly!

    Click here to enlarge

    If you have followed some of our other builds, you will already know we have a "thing" for heat reflective gold foil. We used quite a bit of it on the TTRS, but unfortunately in places not visible to the eye. To try and shield from the new levels of heat we took care to cover the the top of the gearbox as well as the angle drive!

    Click here to enlarge

    Transfer case, APR Turbocharger Inlet, APR Kevlar / Nomex Turbo blanket, and driveshaft are now all happily back in the TTRS. As you can see its a tight fit for all these high-end components. But as always APR's high level of skill ensured everything was a perfect fit!

    Click here to enlarge

    Getting the downpipe properly aligned was probably one of the harder parts of this installation, as not only are you aligning the downpipe assembly, but also the turbocharger discharge, and the recirculated waste gate plumbing.

    Click here to enlarge

    Once correctly fitting the 3" 304SS hand built, fully TIG welded downpipe fit perfectly around the TTRS's driveshaft.

    Click here to enlarge

    Since our TTRS was still equipped with the factory turbo-back exhaust system, we had to fabricate a mid pipe to connect to the APR RSC Catback exhaust. Due to us hoping to set record times at the track with this build we chose to go catless, with our off-road ONLY test pipe for maximum power output. Not to mention it also gives the 5 cylinder a more aggressive tone!

    Click here to enlarge

    With the APR RSC exhaust system now fully installed we were starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel....

    Click here to enlarge

    Now were mechanically all bolted up, and ready to complete the final component inspection!

    Click here to enlarge

    The last piece of the puzzle, perform the APR TTRS Stage 3 GTX 3576 ECU Upgrade!

    Click here to enlarge

    Finally the finished, fully installed engine bay! We chose to utilize a bit more NASA shuttle technology! As you can see other than the heat reflection preventatives, when looking under the hood it is very difficult to even comprehend the amount of awesome-ness that our friends at APR have put together for this Stage 3 Upgrade on the Audi TTRS!

    Click here to enlarge

    The APR Upgrade has completely transformed the TTRS into a true super-car killer, the performance and drivability of the kit is un-matched by anything currently on the market for the 2.5T engine.

    Please stay tuned as we progress with the build of our TTRS, and put all of these components to the test!

    Stage 2 or 2.5 E9X M3 S65 V8 supercharger kit for sale
    : http://www.boostaddict.com/showthrea...r-kit-for-sale

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    Such a clean build. Gotta love APR.

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    Outstanding work. thakn you for posting.

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    I love the fact that the stock air box is retained. Supposedly it does a great job.

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    another piece of the puzzle

    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by PAT @ RS WORX Click here to enlarge
    Time for Updates!

    The last piece of the puzzle has arrived! So yesterday we got busy on the TTRS! The small "spray painted" black stock intercooler just was not up to the task to say the least...

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    ttrs_apr_stg3_FMIC_install_1 by Redline Speed Worx, on Flickr

    We made quick work of removing the stock assemblies...and got the upgraded APR support brace installed!

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    ttrs_apr_stg3_FMIC_install_5 by Redline Speed Worx, on Flickr

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    ttrs_apr_stg3_FMIC_install_3 by Redline Speed Worx, on Flickr

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    ttrs_apr_stg3_FMIC_install_4 by Redline Speed Worx, on Flickr

    Some wiring harness extensions are required for the horns

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    ttrs_apr_stg3_FMIC_install_2 by Redline Speed Worx, on Flickr

    Full assembly, all done.

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    ttrs_apr_stg3_FMIC_install_7 by Redline Speed Worx, on Flickr

    Time to cut this non-sense out

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    ttrs_apr_stg3_FMIC_install_8 by Redline Speed Worx, on Flickr

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    They took it out to Island today for the first time.
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    they say they're going to iron out some details in the tune with APR and do some weight reduction.

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    129 trap is no joke. Do you know what tires the car was running? I could see this cracking 10's with some weight reduction and slicks.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by DFM Click here to enlarge
    129 trap is no joke. Do you know what tires the car was running? I could see this cracking 10's with some weight reduction and slicks.
    not 100% sure. i know pictures I've seen looks like stock Continentals, but not sure if they go DRs at the track.

    They're hitting the track again tomorrow with some updates, here's hoping for a 130-132:
    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by PAT @ RS WORX Click here to enlarge
    Looks like where on to hit the track again tomorrow! Made a few upgrades, both in hard parts, software changes, and different pilot!

    With all the software revisions we have been working on with our friends down at APR, we needed to get a boost gauge in the vehicle, and felt this vent mount / defi combo was the trick!

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    ttrs_apr_boost_gauge_defi_Install by Redline Speed Worx, on Flickr

    We have confirmed that in this application the VWR 2.5T Intake does yield approx. 15-20HP, so its currently being installed

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    apr_vwr_ttrs_intake_3 by Redline Speed Worx, on Flickr

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    apr_vwr_ttrs_intake_2 by Redline Speed Worx, on Flickr

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    apr_vwr_ttrs_intake_1 by Redline Speed Worx, on Flickr

    We have also added the upgraded rear sway bar from 034 Motorsport to the vehicle!

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    rsworx_apr_stage3_ttrs_rsb_install by Redline Speed Worx, on Flickr

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    rsworx_stg3_034_rsb_billet_mounts by Redline Speed Worx, on Flickr

    Upon our first trip to the track with this vehicle we were on all 100% OEM mounts, and well the repeated abuse didn't leave the TTRS's subframe mount in too good of condition. So we went ahead and installed the billet VWR mount!

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    apr_vwr_ttrs_subframe_mount_1 by Redline Speed Worx, on Flickr

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    this is an absolute work of art , and the car matches it
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    Here's a picture of the intake installed
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    They broke into the 10s last night. Trap wasn't much higher but they shaved off a bunch of time, they also picked up 4mph in the front 1/8th.
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    they are also working on a shop e46 m3 that @undercover is tuning. They're shooting for 1000hp with a SAAD turbo kit.

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    Good job and great kit!

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    That install looks so clean. And the 129mph trap is amazing for just a bolt on turbo kit.

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