What does it take to add boost to an Audi R8 Spyder for sale? If you think patience and time, you would be correct. However, building an OEM-quality system requires fabrication skills and the resources of an industry-leading aftermarket manufacturer.
The Audi R8 and its cousin from Italy are reliable and engineered to take whatever you throw at them. This process is nearly identical for the Lamborghini Huracan, and it starts with removing the factory intake and exhaust. A pair of billet precision turbos are tack-welded in place to confirm the location of the intercoolers. Once the symmetrical layout has oil and boost lines routed, the hot side was tig-welded, sanded, primed, and painted to match the factory exterior.
A dedicated cooling system uses new radiators up front and a high-volume pump, with everything plumbed in stainless with AN fittings. As a perfect finishing touch, the exhaust and wastegates have crossover to create a deep and balanced exhaust soundtrack. Details like V-band connections and a new oil reservoir are all examples of how Hennessey Performance offers more than customers or the aftermarket is expecting. The process is essentially the same for all generations of R8, Huracan, and Gallardo, so click the link below to learn more.