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Buy any APR Stage II or greater engine package and receive a free STaSIS Street Sport suspension package. The Stage II package contains the 1.0 Bar ECU upgrade and APR’s catback exhaust delivering extra horsepower and improved exhaust flow. If you want the ultimate in performance, go for the Stage III package. Stage III provides over 275hp with the APR ECU, Turbo and Exhaust upgrade.
Go to www.stasisengineering.com to register to receive your free Street Sport suspension package with any APR Stage II or larger engine package purchase. To qualify, you must register any time between now and 24 hours after the show’s airing. Indicate on the form that you want to purchase a designated brake kit package. This will be limited to the first 5 customers to apply for this limited special. Sports Car Revolution will be broadcast on Speed TV, at 10:00 am EDT, May 28th, 2005.
On the final edition of Sports Car Revolution they invite all involved to test drive the completed Ultrasport A4. The drivers are astounded at the transition from a stately road car to a road-pounding beast. Sports Car Revolution is shown every Saturday morning on Speed TV at 10:00 am EDT and rebroadcast again the following Friday at 10:30 am EDT.
STaSIS Engineering designs performance brake, suspension and drivetrain components for your Audi, VW or Mitsubishi. Each STaSIS design is tailored to your vehicle and your driving needs. The goal at STaSIS is to deliver the technology and expertise utilized by the most successful race teams in the world to our customers in focused and balanced packages.
APR is an engineering firm dedicated to bringing you only the best performance solutions for your Audi and VW. APR leads the competition with products such as the Enhanced Modular Chipping System (EMCS). APR uses sophisticated tools and technologies like Pro-Engineer, in-house Stereolithography (SLA) rapid-prototyping, 4-wheel dynamometer, and in-house computer numeric control (CNC) machining capabilities.
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