The Audi RS6 Avant C7 generation always performed admirably. However, the team at Auditography needed more. With stage 4 aftermarket tune and other engine improvements, an RS6 Avant currently produces over 1,000 horsepower.
DGM Performance, a Belgian tuning company, oversaw the entire project. According to Auditography, this Audi RS6 Avant underwent stage 2+ tune, including modified Turbosystem wastegates, exhaust manifolds, and throttle bodies.
The Audi RS6 Avant also gained 4bar map sensors from SRM and Snow Performance's water-methanol injection stage 3, as well as a Forge charge cooler with an improved CWA 100-3 intercooler pump. High-pressure fuel pumps from Autotech and double low-pressure fuel pumps with bigger lines were also fitted.
Using the Dynospectrum tool, the owner did the turning and mapping himself. The output is 1,200 hp and 1,069 lb-ft of torque, although this is achieved only with 102 octane fuel. With such power, the modified Audi RS6 Avant can reach 62 mph in 2.57 seconds and continue to a maximum speed of 217 mph.