STM Silicone Inlet Hoses for Lamborghini & Audi R8 5.2 FSI V10
STM Tuned Inc.
5.2 FSI V10 Engines
2010+ Audi R8 V10 and V10 Plus Models
2014+ Lamborghini Huracán Models
2009-2013 Lamborghini Gallardo LP Models
The STM Silicone Inlet Hoses for the V10 Audi R8, Lamborghini Huracán and the LP Gallardo features a smooth-flowing design compared to the rippled, factory piece. In dyno testing we found peak gains of 8 HP and 6 TQ with larger gains throughout the mid-range.
The factory breather fitting is incorporated and includes new hose clamps. The STM Inlet Hoses re-use your factory hose clamps for install and are a direct-replacement fit.
Average gains of 8 horsepower from 2500-8400 RPM and average gain of 9 foot-pounds of torque from 2500-8400 RPM. Testing was done on a 2014 Audi R8 and similar gains should be found on the Lamborghini models.
No tune required!
• Louder intake noise Installs in minutes
• Faster throttle response
• Smooth flowing design
• Add torque and horsepower
• Direct replacement fit
• Lifetime Warranty to the original purchaser
STM Products are made in the USA!
Lifetime Warranty on STM Parts to the original purchaser against manufacturing defects.
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thx great product!
I haven’t noticed any difference in intake noise, but I am using a Capritso exhaust.
Throttle response has definitely improved and I can’t wait to see the dyno results.
It would be nice if they also came with new inlet pipe clips. That said, STM have produced a quality product.
AMAZING!! Costumer service and parts quality is top notch, looking forward to do more business in the near future.
A definite "recommend" upgrade! in about 10 minutes I was done, and along with K&N filters, now have pushed my LP560-4 to at least 580, and low-end response w/o downshifting a definite plus,and when this is occurring, my car produces a nice throaty note, not evident previously. I also feel it's opened up the flow into the manifold by smoothing the airflow it's made a difference in the enfgine's "breathability" which makes sense when you lessen the airflow impedance and turbulence.
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