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2010 MTM S5 Michelle Edition

MTM provides M-Cantronic devices with power enhancement for the Audi S4 and the Audi S5 Cabriolet

-- 3.0 TFSI engine goes up to 430 bhp after MTM's power therapy
-- Top speed of 285 kph for the classy sport wagon from Wettstetten
-- Complete package wîth power enhancement, exhaust system, suspension kit, brakes and sport rims

The engine specialist MTM in Wettstetten proposes a considerable power enhancement for the new Audi S4 and the brand new Audi S5 Cabrio. Úsing its approved control device M-Cantronic, both cars, which are motorized by the 3.0 TFSI engine, become powerful sports cars wîth an incredible power reserve. The MTM S4 - which is declined in its Avant model - after its power therapy, stand as a real
successor of the Audi RS4, and the current V8 of the RS4 is only 10 bhp more powerful than the MTM S4. Besides the engine control device M-Cantronic, MTM provides the series production car S4 wîth 4 rear pipes silencers wîth throttle valves. What results is 430 bhp (317 kW), 515 Nm of torque and an incredible 4.6 s from 0 to 100 kph (0-60 mph) wîth the 6 speeds manual gearbox. When a V-Cantronic is also implanted as well as the M-Cantronic, the normal 250 kph top speed reachs 285 kph.

The S4 is not the only model which is motorized wîth the 3.0 L engine and new compressor technology. The S5 Cabrio is also built wîth the factory-made engine. It is then logical that MTM modifies the S5 Cabrio which allows cruising around wîth a massive power reserve. The tuning specialists from MTM propose different stages of performances, starting wîth at 380 bhp (280 kW) and 480 Nm of torque, which means about 47 bhp more than the series model. Who wishes the complementary exhaust systems wîth throttle valves in 4 rear pipes optic (4 x 80 mm), has access to the ultimo stage of power enhancement of 430 bhp and 515 Nm.

So much power in the new MTM S4 Supercharged needs an important brake system, that the customers can of course find by MTM. With 380 x 34 mm disk brakes, drilled wîth 8-pistons calipers, the S4 decelerate much better. With body work, MTM trusts the series model. However, MTM puts new lowering springs which lower the car up to 40 mm on the front axe and up to 45 mm on the rear axe. To reach the perfection, the package includes 19' rims in the original Bimoto design wîth dimensions 255/35 ZR 19. Of course, the 20' rims are also available in option.

Source - MTM
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