Audi TT RS Clubsport by HPerformance

2015 Hperformance Audi TT RS Clubsport Front AngleThe Osterburken HPerformance tuning manufacture north of Heilbronn, Germany, has already many years of experience in many fields of VW car optimization. The team around Tobias HAEFNER is specialized in hard- and software development of AUDI 5 cylinder models. The customer feedback is exclusively a positive one, not at least because of the “hand-picked” cooperations with renowned manufacturers.

The subject of experience now is no less than an Audi TT RS Clubsport, the software of which has been brought to the “most recent state of affairs” by HPerformance in cooperation with MTR Performance. Furthermore, there have been installed other details coming out of the own product portfolio. The presented in the following “CLUBSPORT-TT RS” was HPerformance stage 5 power uprated. Lichpin of the car transformation is the HPXT530 turbocharger, supported by the likewise self-developed HPerformance “Clubsport” charge air cooler and a HPerformance 90 mm suction device with Ram air function. In addition, there are to be mentioned the plugs and the high-pressure pump – now in another “bore”. Thanks to the 90 mm piping, the HPerformance Clubsport exhaust export version roars the car’s power into the air in the truest sense of the word and is hardly not to be heard. The vehicle is completed by a Clubsport rollover bar. KW Clubsport coilovers with 3-way regulation and Uniball strut towers hold the TT RS on the road. The all-around installed Mov’it racing brake system has 370×35 mm brake discs on the front and discs in 342×28 mm on the rear axle.

For reasons of aerodynamics, HPerformance has applied the big Clubsport lip, lateral front flaps and a Clubsport rear wing. All mentioned here parts are made of high-strength weight-lowering carbon. The result of all applied measures in sum are 510 HP (= 375 kW) of power with 690 Nm of maximal torque for about 50.000 € all in all. By the way, this “beefed up” TT RS is available for 90.000 Euro already!

Source: HPerformance