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Clutch Replacement: AUDI R8 V10

Clutch Replacement: AUDI R8 V10

Redline Speed Worx (RSW) Service Team is New Jersey’s Independent Audi R8 Service and Repair Facility. Today our Team digs into R8 Clutch Replacement on a V10 Spyder. Yes, that car… Since it’s inception of the R8, there has always been mixed feelings. Some love it, some hate it, but regardless of opinions on the car itself, we always have been here to repair it. For one unlucky customer, who bought this silver Audi R8 V10 Spyder with only 6,000 miles on it, got more than he bargained for when he brought it in for diagnosis. Upon picking up the car the customer had problems with clutch engagement, braking issues, caliper lockup, and check engine lights, etc. After weeks, which turned into months of battling with ... read more

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APR Valve Spring System: New Product

APR Valve Spring System: New Product

Redline Speed Worx (RSW) is pleased to present the release of the APR Valve Spring System.  The APR Valve Spring System is a high performance, lightweight upgrade designed to increase valve control and eradicate valve float common on many applications.  APR's design specifications called for a valve spring, retainer and spring seat combination that doesn't overpower and snap the OEM valves or erode the aluminum spring seat, while still maintaining exceptional valve control.  The result is an advanced design that's 28% lighter yet 20% stiffer than the high performance OEM Golf R setup and is proven to eliminate the OEM valve train's weakest link. We call that Performance Without Compromise! APR Valve Springs: Weight reduction, and not necessary stif ... read more

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Maserati F1 Clutch: Exotic Service

Maserati F1 Clutch: Exotic Service

Redline Speed Worx has begun offering exotic vehicle services here at the shop. In this instance we are replacing the Maserati F1 Clutch in this Maserati Grand Sport LE!  First step is get all the components out of the vehicle. This clean 2005 Maserati does share its "running-gear" with the Ferrari 360's, so the actual transmission is located in the rear of the vehicle. Next step is the remove the factory torque tube from the vehicle along with its exhaust system in preparation for changing the Maserati's F1 Clutch Package. Now with the Maserati / Ferrari Transaxle removed we have access to the electronically control manual transmission, (F1 Gearbox). We now had full access to replace the dry clutch assembly. With the approval of the customer we did also take advant ... read more

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