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AMS / Alpha Performance Expands into Audi Market

3.0 TFSI and 4.0 TFSI platforms included

Toni Avery
Dec 12, 2013

    AMS / Alpha Performance Audi Details:
  • Expanding into Audi market with complete performance packages, individual components and tuning services
  • 3.0 TFSI Supercharged V6 and 4.0 TFSI Twin Turbocharged V8 engine platforms included
  • 2012 B8 S4 and 2013 C7 S6 used for further R&D
  • Models included: S5, A7, S7 and S8 while S4 and S6 are under testing

Audi R8 engine bay 002 Photo 2/6   |   Audi R8 Engine Bay 002

AMS / Alpha Performance is expanding into the Audi market with complete performance packages, individual components and tuning services. These will begin with the 3.0 TFSI Supercharged V6 and 4.0 TFSI Twin Turbocharged V8 engine platforms and will join the Alpha Audi V10 Turbo System.

Alpha already performs tuning services on other brands such as Mercedes-Benz, Nissan and Porsche and now Audi will join the group. The company has recently purchased a 2012 B8 S4 and 2013 C7 S6 to further look into development of performance services.

Audi R8 engine bay Photo 3/6   |   Audi R8 Engine Bay

"We don't like using customer cars for development like other firms in the industry. It's a costly expense for us but we don't feel it's fair to our customers to make them guinea pigs when it comes to designing and testing parts," stated AMS VP Arne Toman.

Alpha engine bay Photo 4/6   |   Alpha Engine Bay

Other Audi models these upgrades will cross over to include: S5, A7, S7 and S8 that all share the same engines. Performance testing of both the S4 and S6 is already underway and include these initial plans:

    Audi S4 (B8 3.0TFSI)
  • ECU Calibration
  • Supercharger Pulley Upgrade
  • Heat Exchanger Upgrade
  • Exhaust components

Alpha Audi S6 Photo 5/6   |   Alpha Audi S6

    Audi S6 (C7 4.0 TFSI Quattro)
  • Heat Exchanger Upgrade
  • Exhaust components
  • Turbocharger Upgrade
  • ECU Calibration

Alpha Audi rear Photo 6/6   |   Alpha Audi Rear
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