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The AWE Tuning Audi allroad touring edition exhaust rises to the standard of all AWE Tuning Performance technology. AWE Tuning research and development has yielded an exhaust that is remarkably civil while idling / part throttle cruising, but unleashed at full throttle it produces what some have called a "war-cry wail."
AWE exhausts are like bespoke suits: each is hand-made utilizing only the finest materials, and they command respect while never losing composure…Sophisticated, refined, and powerful, all in one package. Perfect for the allroad.
- AWE 180 technology
- Crafted from mandrel bent T-304 Stainless Steel
- Dyno proven gains of +8-9 Horsepower and +6-7 lb ft of torque at the crank
- Available with Polished Silver or Diamond Black 102mm Tips
- Engineered, developed and tested in-house
- Perfect fitment
- Works perfectly with existing allroad valence
About the project
The allroad’s stock exhaust system is full of crimped tubing that hurts exhaust flow and robs horsepower. The AWE Tuning Audi allroad Touring Edition Exhaust was designed using CAD modeling software to produce smooth, gradual bends, specifically engineered to eliminate any interruption to the flow of exhaust gasses.
AWE Tuning’s improvements to the exhaust path result in gains of 8-9 horsepower and 6-7 lb ft of torque at the crank.
In addition to achieved power gains, replacing the large, restrictive factory mufflers also unlocks the tone of the 2.0T engine. The AWE exhaust systems give the 2.0T a civilized, more melodious voice, with specific attention paid to low rpm situations at part throttle.
Sound Perfection: AWE Tuning 180 Technology™
As exhaust gases exit the 2.0T engine and flow into an AWE Tuning 180 Technology™ equipped resonator, they pass through strategically located ports, and into reflection chambers.
Sound waves, carried by these exhaust gasses, bounce off the walls of the reflection chambers. By controlling the size and location of the ports and the chambers, we also control when the sound waves exit the chambers.
The specific timing of when the reflected sound waves re-join the main exhaust flow creates a one-hundred-and-eighty-degree out-of-phase sound wave that cancels out problematic frequencies.