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2013 Volkswagen Golf GTI Razor 7 by RevoZport

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You may recall the Golf VI GTI Razor 6 that RevoZport revealed to the world back in 2010? As its name suggests it was based on the Golf GTI VI , and it was all about bumping the engine’s total output.

With Volkswagen revealing the seventh-generation Golf GTI , RevoZport came with a new tuning kit, this time called of course Razor 7.

For the first time, the GTI is offered with two different level of power. As standard, the GTI’s 2.0-liter, turbocharged engine delivers either 220, but you can bump that to 230 horsepower with the Performance model. We think that even VW can admit that those numbers aren’t necessarily overwhelming.

This is where RevoZport comes into focus. It updated the turbocharged engine with an ECU remap, a new induction system and a titanium exhaust that weight just 22 pounds — 50 percent less than the stock version. This increases the 2.0-liter engine’s total output to 290 horsepower, which is much better suited for a hot hatchback like the GTI.

Click past the jump to read more about the Volkswagen Golf GTI Razor 7 by RevoZport.

Volkswagen Golf GTI Razor 7 by RevoZport in Detail

Front Three-Quarter Details

Volkswagen Golf GTI Razor 7 by RevoZport

Along with the extra power, the new Razor 7 adds an exterior kit that includes a double-deck front splitter, a full-carbon hood with two large vents for an improved engine cooling and a pretty aggressive look.

Rear Three-Quarter Details

Volkswagen Golf GTI Razor 7 by RevoZport

From this angle, the Razor 7 continues with a pair of carbon side skirts, a GT-Wing and a two-element diffuser. All these new body parts feature a touch of red carbon accent for a little extra spice.

Press Release

Volkswagen Golf GTI Razor 7 by RevoZport

The RAZOR 7 is based on the Golf VII GTi, performance has been revised with new ECU mapping, titanium exhaust, 2 stage induction system makes the 2.0 litre 230 horsepower engine now produce more than 290hp. The exterior is dressed up by a double decked front splitter, a full carbon hood that shows 2 vents to help exhaust the heat from the extra horsepower, a pair of carbon side skirts, a GT-Wing and a 2 element diffuser all with a touch of red carbon accent. The titanium exhaust stretches from the down-pipe all the way to the dual purple-ish titanium tips only weight 10kg, that’s more than 50% weight savings from the original stainless steel system.



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