Pipercross launches Audi RS6 / S7 4.0 V8 TT Panel Filter

Filtration expert Pipercross has released a high performance foam panel filter for both of Audi’s latest uber ‘Bahnstormers’ the brutal V8 RS6 and rapid S7. This new, OEM-sized filter fits either car and offers huge improvements in flow, balanced with significantly longer life and greater engine protection.

Owners of any of these cars can improve the breathing of their engine thanks to this new, direct replacement panel filter, which drops directly into the factory airbox. The dry, triple layer foam used draws heavily on Pipercross’ BTCC experience, as the firm supplied almost every leading team on the grid for the 2014 season.

The vastly improved surface area, carefully selected multi-layered foam within the unit offers 30% more air-flow than even the most efficient of OEM filters. As well as providing a far better rate of flow, the ingenious multi-layer design also filters down to a far finer rate, protecting the engine against damage. With a comprehensive lifetime warranty it makes huge financial sense, especially when you factor in the reasonable £29.99 + VAT £35.99 (Including VAT) price tag. Best of all, each kit is lovingly hand-crafted in Pipercross’ UK factory.

Although designed with performance and longevity in mind, a useful by-product of this optimised induction is that, in most cases, fuel efficiency is often marginally improved too, adding the Audi’s already excellent reputation for brutal power, balanced by half-sensible fuel economy. Although, let’s face it, nobody ever bought an RS6 for its MPG, did they?

The Pipercross panel filter provides a very subtle improvement in induction noise combined with a genuine airflow improvement, making it an essential enhancement for anyone running any incarnation of these 4.0 V8 model. Whichever VW Group car you run, with over 3,000 applications covered in the range, there’s a good chance they have one to enhance and protect your engine.

For more details on the Pipercross range, please visit www.pipercross.com

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