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Finally have a weekend to myself so I decided to snap a few pics of my SVR.

I've had the following mods done:

  • Wheels powder coated gloss black
  • 25mm Hubcentric Spacers
  • Calipers painted fly yellow
  • Velocity AP ECU Tune
  • Velocity AP Pulley Upgrade
  • Quick Silver Sport Exhaust
  • Rear Tail lights smoked
The tune, pulley upgrade and QS exhaust transform an already amazing RR into an insane RR..It's so fast with an insane amount of TQ and the QS exhaust note is pure audio porn.
I couldn't be happier , way more fun to drive than my Cayenne Turbo.


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Hmmm..I'm trying to post other pics but they appear to be too large so I can't upload them.
 

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I have same vehicle but not all your great upgrades. Can you please post your current exhaust sound?
I'll try and make a clip tomorrow..It sounds insane. Before I pulled the trigger on the Quicksilver exhaust I installed an X-PIPE on my factory SVR exhaust but it still lacked the sound I was looking for .
 

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Wow, beautiful truck man! That's a great combination of upgrades. They are exactly what I would do!
 

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Who performed the QS install and did the tune?

Finally have a weekend to myself so I decided to snap a few pics of my SVR.

I've had the following mods done:

  • Wheels powder coated gloss black
  • 25mm Hubcentric Spacers
  • Calipers painted fly yellow
  • Velocity AP ECU Tune
  • Velocity AP Pulley Upgrade
  • Quick Silver Sport Exhaust
  • Rear Tail lights smoked
The tune, pulley upgrade and QS exhaust transform an already amazing RR into an insane RR..It's so fast with an insane amount of TQ and the QS exhaust note is pure audio porn.
I couldn't be happier , way more fun to drive than my Cayenne Turbo.
 

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Beautiful ride! That's my favorite color scheme inside and out. I have a car with those colors, so would be cool to have a matching RR.

I currently have a 2015 RR SCV8, and love the exhaust and the ride, but wanted to ask if the SVR handles the weight better than the standard model? I feel that the brakes could be stronger.. It seems to struggle to pull it to a stop. I tend to manually downshift to slow it down quicker with less stress on the brakes.
 

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Beautiful ride! That's my favorite color scheme inside and out. I have a car with those colors, so would be cool to have a matching RR.

I currently have a 2015 RR SCV8, and love the exhaust and the ride, but wanted to ask if the SVR handles the weight better than the standard model? I feel that the brakes could be stronger.. It seems to struggle to pull it to a stop. I tend to manually downshift to slow it down quicker with less stress on the brakes.
Thanks Chris.
I would agree the brakes could be more responsive. Despite how huge the calipers are that's a lot of weight to stop.
 

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Love your SVR, I have a '16 SCV8 and like the look of your SVR with the 25mm spacers. Which brand did you go for? I'm thinking about picking up a set for mine to help with the look.
 

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Love your SVR, I have a '16 SCV8 and like the look of your SVR with the 25mm spacers. Which brand did you go for? I'm thinking about picking up a set for mine to help with the look.
Joseph- I'll find out what spacers my installed . They definitely make a big difference from an aesthetics perspective.
Now my wheels run flush with my fenders..Looks so much beefier.
 

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Joseph- I'll find out what spacers my installed . They definitely make a big difference from an aesthetics perspective.
Now my wheels run flush with my fenders..Looks so much beefier.
I went with H&R 25mm spacers in the back and am loving the look (though I could have been more aggressive). I'm concerned 25mm up front will be too much though. I'm thinking 15mm will be enough up front to match the backs...do you know if they'll work? Are the offsets between the 22" and 21" factory wheels different?
 
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