Destroying Ear Drums One Exhaust At A Time Audi RS7 Equipped with ARMYTRIX Exhaust System – JP EURO

The Audi RS7 is one impressive vehicle. With quattro standard and a twin turbo v8 under the hood, the vehicle simply grips and goes. The car in stock form has 560 HP and 516 Ft-Lb of torque, which is nothing to mess around with, but what if you want MORE? More power and greater sound can be easily achieved with an full exhaust system. Luckily ARMYTRIX has the perfect system which is a simple bolt on application.

The ARMYTRIX valvetronic exhaust system for this vehicle increases piping size and improves flow by eliminating restrictions. What this means is that you will get an exciting exhaust tone while putting more power down to the pavement. Using the ARMYTRIX application or wireless remotes, you are able to adjust the noise output from ear shattering to a tame, more refined noise.

This particular RS7 is quite special. It has a full build including wide-body, air ride, wheels and other miscellaneous upgrades. So of course it needed the very best exhaust system. JP Euro did a great job of modifying this RS7 and now we can finally hear it in action. Headphone users beware, this thing gets quite LOUD! This vehicle will also be at SEMA 2017, so go check it out for yourself!

These exhaust systems are available immediately through ARMYTRIX USA or recommended dealers.  For more info or to order, please contact us here – https://www.armytrixusa.com/contact/

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