Mcchip-dkr has prepared a massive power package for the discontinued Audi TT RS.

Mcchip-dkr has prepared a massive power package for the discontinued Audi TT RS.

One of those tuners that don't fiddle too much with styling, mcchip-dkr focuses primarily on squeezing as much power as possible from an engine without affecting reliability. Case in point, the reputable five-cylinder 2.5-liter turbocharged gasoline engine powering the defunct Audi TT RS has received a healthy power boost thanks to software wizardry, upgraded turbocharger and a new exhaust system featuring sport cats and downpipes.

While the standard Audi TT RS provides 340 HP (250 kW) and 450 Nm (332 lb-ft), this upgraded version from mcchip-dkr is able to deliver an impressive 473 HP (348 kW) and 610 Nm (450 lb-ft) of torque. It makes it a lot more powerful than the TT RS Plus (360 HP & 465 Nm) and is in fact stronger than the first generation Audi R8 V8 4.2 FSI which had 430 HP & 430 Nm.

As a final note, Audi has already confirmed there's a new TT RS on the way and it will keep the same five-cylinder engine from the RS3 Sportback where it churns 367 HP (270 kW) and 465 Nm (342 lb-ft) but probably with a slightly different output.

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Audi TT RS gets 473 HP and 610 Nm from mcchip-dkr