What can you do that with VW Golf GTI (MK8 / 2021) even better (faster) do? Of course with more Performance in combination with an Sports exhaust system. Sure, new rims and a few minor adjustments are never wrong. For most people, however, performance is at the top of their wish-list. And the German company RaceChip can significantly increase this on request. The vehicle from the video is a Golf GTI that is "measured" by means of the RaceChip Tuningbox (GTS Black) 265 PS & 367 NM on clear 312 PS & 427 NM is strengthened. That's just it 47 PS & 60 NM more! With this, the VW EA888 four-cylinder with a displacement of 2 liters, which is already well in the forage, gains strength on the level of the R with 320 PS and 420 NM. The as Project RC 8.0 titled Wolfsburg flies with it in only 12,12 seconds from 100 to 200 km / h (Series 16,05 seconds).
3,5 to 4 seconds faster in the sprint
That is of course an announcement! An announcement that also stands out optical shows. The 8 series got one from Schwaben Folia foiling in urban green with various details and red accents and matte bronze-colored ones Barracuda Project 2.0 individual rims in the format 8,5 x 19 inches (ET45, LK 5 × 112) with 235/35 Michelin Pilot Sport 4S tires. All of this in combination with one wheel spacer (Eibach Pro Spacer) and Sportline lowering springs from Eibach. And then there is the acoustics. You optimized it with a Eisenmann exhaust system including TÜV approval. Finally, the vehicle is still chic 3D Plate installed.
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VW Golf 8 GTI (MK8) with Racechip Chiptuning!
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