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034 B9 2.0 down pipe proven to make power!

  05/22/18 20:44, by Jon@GoodSpeed, Categories: News, Announcements, New Products , Tags: a4, apr, audi, downpipe, dyno, goapr, intake, power, software, tfsi, tuning, with
034 B9 2.0 down pipe proven to make power!

So we thought we would share some info on a new part by 034. They have introduced a new cast high flow cat pipe/down pipe. First it's an absolutely beautiful execution and very well made, castings are flawless and the dimensions/fit is perfect. So does it make power? The answer is YES! It absolutely does make power, not just on the dyno but power you can feel in the drive of the car. Our test took a new B9 A4 with the 2.0 already equipped with APR stage one software and a 034 cold air intake system making already significant gains then added only the 034 high flow catalyst. Note, that no software change was done when adding the 034 high flow catalyst. The results speak for themselves gaining a peak of 25ft-tq and 14hp, and a under the curve gain of 47ft-tq and 21hp. Most of that power is gained throughout most of the power band.

034 B9 2.0 down pipe proven to make power!

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