Where is the boundary of the preparations? Basically the limit is imposed by the mechanics, as well as the experience of the preparer in order to modify the powertrain of the car. B&B is a preparer German specialist in the Volkswagen Group, and never fall short in terms of power of their preparations. In this case, have been taken as a basis for the preparation of a Audi RS3 Sportback and have transformed it into a rocket to earth that leaves in ridiculous cars like the BMW M4 GTS. Power: 550 furious horses.
Audi still has not renewed its RS3 Sportback, but when you do, you’ll mount the new 2.5 TFSI 400 HP Audi TT RS.
Aesthetically the preparation is almost imperceptible. A new 20-inch wheels and very little else. When I open the hood is when the job starts. B&B offers several levels of power for its compact sports, in particular four. In his first level of power – Stage One, whose price is 1,950 euros – the figures of the original car (367 HP and 465 Nm of torque) increase up to the 430 HP and 620 Nm of maximum torque. Well, the figures are already comparable to those of a BMW M4 series. But it is not sufficient.
second stage of B&B and takes the car up to the 450 HP and 655 Nm of maximum torque, provided that the consumer is willing to get rid of their hard-saved 2.950 euros. The Stage Three costs 7.950 euros, and its power already reaches the 485 HP, while maximum torque jumps to 700 Nm. These first three stages consist mainly of reprogramming of the electronics in the car, without significant changes in the car beyond exhaust, intake and other tricks to gain power quickly.
If you have 17.950 euros in your account to spend on preparing your Audi RS3 Sportback, don’t hesitate and purchase the Stage Four of B&B. The mechanical modifications are extensive: a new turbocharger, an exhaust competition with catalysts of high flow, a new fuel pump and an intercooler of large dimensions. The result are 550 BHP of power and 750 Nm of torque, enough for a 0 to 100 km/h in 3,3 seconds and a top speed that leaves the very back of the 300 km/h.