The results follow the old drag racing rule of thumb that for every 10 horsepower gained you gain a tenth in ET and a mile per hour of trap speed. So, the APR software definitely makes a difference. It's a minor improvement but it definitely is the real deal and worth looking into for RS5 owners who want more power. Gains are shown in 0-60, 0-100, 60 foot, ET, and trap speed. This is the best option available until forced induction gets here, likely also from APR.
|Program Mode||0-60 MPH||0-100 MPH||60-120 MPH||60-130 MPH||1/4 Mile 60 FT||1/4 Mile ET||1/4 Mile Trap|
|Data collected at the same location via a Racelogic P-Box and at an IHRA Certified Drag Strip with 93 (R+M)/2 fuel, launch control, ESP/ASR off, Dynamic mode and Sport mode. May not be comparable to data collected in other locations.|
|Best Measured Stock - 93 (R+M)/2 Octane||4.3 sec||9.8 sec||9.1 sec||11.7 sec||1.777 sec||12.430 sec||110.37 MPH|
|Best Measured APR Stage I - 93 (R+M)/2 Octane||4.0 sec||9.1 sec||9.0 sec||11.3 sec||1.749 sec||12.278 sec||111.98 MPH|