Sleeper: Stage III 2010 Passat

Stage3PassatDo you really believe you can have too much of a good thing? Too much bacon on a breakfast sandwich? Too many Dan Bilzerian photo shoots? Too many fine Cohiba’s in your golf bag? Ya, us either.10PassatStageIIIAThis 2010 Volkswagen Passat (ya, that’s right) is an absolute animal! Wheel spinning fun through three gears, and then flat out speed. In fact, so much speed that you might be thinking, “how in heck am I going to slow this thing down?!” That’s where these beauties come in…10PassatStageIIIBA STaSIS 6-Piston set-up with 370mm Alcon rotors and Goodridge braided stainless lines. Not exactly the stock Passat stoppers.10PassatStageIIIcIt might not be everybody’s cup of craft libation, but you have to raise a glass to our client who is just crazy enough to dream big. Pour yourself another good sir. You’ve got brass stones.

The Full Mod List:

– APR Stage III GTX Turbocharger System

– H&R Coilovers and Sway Bar

–  Carbonio Intake

– Full Milltek Sport Exhaust

– Eurojet Intercooler

– DSG Reflash

– STaSIS 6-Piston Big Brake with 370mm Alcon Rotors and Goodridge Braided Lines

– 20″ BBS CH-R with Pirelli PZero (245/30)

If you like what you see, give us a call at (866) 271 – 5903.  We’d be happy to answer any questions you may have! Feel free to leave any comments down below.



5 Comments Add yours

  1. Looks great and sleeper indeed! Is that a 4 cylinder Passat? I only see 4 R8 coil packs?

    1. naplesspeed says:

      Yes it is a 2.0L 4 Cylinder Passat, an those are R8 coils to handle the new power of the Stage III setup.

      1. That’s awesome! My 2006 A6 C6 3.2 came with R8 coils! I’m disappointed because I can only get a Stage 1 tune or Supercharge it. Have you guys ever worked on a Audi C6 before?

      2. naplesspeed says:

        We repair them from time to time but as far as performance no we have not, we would be up to explore some options if you are interested in what we could do.

      3. Really? What are they constantly needing repaired? I’ve replaced six door latch modules already and I’ve owned the car for three plus years now. I’ve replaced my valve cover gaskets because my car leaks oil here and there. It still either leaks or consumes a lot of oil. If you can explore some options that would be nice. Like I said, I was only able to tune my ECU but my TCU overrode my ECU so I flashed it back to stock. I called up for a supercharger kit and it’s almost $8k at a place in NH. I’d take that $8k and put that towards a newer 3.0 Supercharged A6 instead.

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