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    • AMS Lamborghini Huracan & Audi R8 5.2 V10 Alpha 9 Twin Turbo package is a turn key 900+ hp setup for $41,995.95

      900+ horsepower on pump gas at $41,995.95 installed? That is what AMS is promising with their Lamborghini Huracan and Audi R8 5.2 V10 Alpha 9 Twin Turbo package. This is obviously a stock internal setup that they say is directly bolt on.


      Bolt on may be a bit of a stretch for something this involved but this is something you can drive daily and you do not to do anything to the motor or transmission. It is a turnkey pump gas package.

      • Complete twin turbo kit with ECU & TCU tuning
      • 900 horsepower on 93 octane pump gas
      • Unmatched reliability
      • 9 second quarter mile runs on street tires
      • Direct bolt-on, no modification to chassis
      • Hundreds of engineering hours
      • Better than factory fit and finish
      • Drives like stock until you mash the pedal
      • A complete turnkey package

      Their 826 whp 93 octane dyno certainly shows they are will within that 900 horsepower range:


      As this is a factory ECU and TCU tuned package the main competition will be from Gintani as they offer a similar setup with their G1000 kit.

      The Huracan and R8 have multiple stock internal and factory ECU twin turbo packages now offering 900+ horsepower on pump fuels. Talk about a great platform for tuning and big power.

      Kit Includes


      • Turbos
      • Intercoolers
      • Piping
      • Manifolds
      • ECU and TCU Tuning
      • Everything you need to make 900 horsepower reliably

      This article was originally published in forum thread: AMS Lamborghini Huracan & Audi R8 5.2 V10 Alpha 9 Twin Turbo package is a turn key 900+ hp setup for $41,995.95 started by Sticky View original post
      Comments 11 Comments
      1. crapinternet's Avatar
        crapinternet -
        I like how it makes more torque than the factory motor does HP, and maintains that high torque until redline.

        I'd love to see a bunch of photos of the parts included with the kit. 42k is a pretty good price for "DIY" performance of this caliber.
      1. BLKROKT's Avatar
        BLKROKT -
        That sounds like a great deal actually
      1. Zombie1's Avatar
        Zombie1 -
        Doesn’t UGR also offer a base kit that runs off the stock ECU?
      1. George@BMS's Avatar
        George@BMS -
        I noticed this kit is on a Huracan on the new Netflix race show.
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by crapinternet Click here to enlarge
        42k is a pretty good price for "DIY" performance of this caliber.
        I get your point but no 'DIY' by any means. AMS likely requires doing the install with them.
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Zombie1 Click here to enlarge
        Doesn’t UGR also offer a base kit that runs off the stock ECU?
        Eurocharged used to do the factory ECU tuning for UGR. I'm not sure what the status is now.
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by BLKROKT Click here to enlarge
        That sounds like a great deal actually
        It is. Gintani's is even more competitive...

        Certainly has me considering going this route.
      1. CFI Designs's Avatar
        CFI Designs -
        Many affordable twin turbo packages available for the gen2 r8/Huracan market.
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by CFI Designs Click here to enlarge
        Many affordable twin turbo packages available for the gen2 r8/Huracan market.
        Don't do that... no free advertising.
      1. welwynnick's Avatar
        welwynnick -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
        Don't do that... no free advertising
        And what was the original post, if not free advertising???
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by welwynnick Click here to enlarge
        And what was the original post, if not free advertising???
        An article I chose to write covering a new forced induction kit. Big difference between writing about a performance car development and a competitor coming onto the article page to piggyback advertising off of it.