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Audi R8: Creventic CR8 mod made for racetrack

Creventic CR8
Creventic has created the CR8, based on the Audi R8, and destined to conquer the racetrack. Unfortunately we don’t like it as the Audi R8 is a different kind of car, not made for this useless mods. This is a not a Nissan GT-R! Just seeing that wing makes us wonder if it can fly.

Thus far, Creventic has been cautious with its modifications. The current CR-8 benefits from a remapped engine management system to produce 430 hp (ten horses over the stock 420) and the removal of the factory-installed low-gear restrictor, as well as a host of baubles and bolt-ons to the body to bring it up to race spec. 18-inch BBS competition rims wrapped in Toyo racing slicks are put in place, a 90-liter racing fuel tank installed and AST suspension components mounted at all four corners. Creventic is also working on squeezing more power out of the RS4-derived V8 engine, a race-spec sequential gearbox and carbon fiber body panels, among other competition modifications.

Creventic CR8
Creventic CR8

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Source: Autoblog