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The RS6 Brakes are designed to upgrade this amazing driving machine produced by germen auto manufacturer Audi. The "RS" stands for Renn-Sport, and is positioned above the "S" (Sport) line of Audi's regular line-up. Being one of the top performers in the Audi lineup, the RS6 Brakes offers even the most demanding auto enthusiast an amazing ride. These RS6 Brakes are fitted for this vehicle that made its appearance in North America in 2006 and continued production in 2007 and 2008. This vehicle was available in both sedan and wagon (AVANT) options and housed a monstrous 4.2 liter V8 twin-turbo engine. This model also debuted Audi's dynamic ride control suspension which automatically adjusted individual shock absorbers for cornering, smooth ride, and high grip. This DRC system was banned from Le Mans because it allowed the vehicle to take corners at blistering speeds while still maintaining grip on the ground. This was accomplished by adjusting the suspension to shift the center of gravity on banked turns. Car and Driver estimated its 0-60 acceleration at less than 4.7 seconds. View our awesome lineup of RS6 Brakes. These RS6 Brakes will surely revamp the feel of your vehicle. Send us an email if you have questions regarding our RS6 Brakes. RS6 Brakes are one of the most essential parts of a cars driving and safety system. The RS6 Brakes allow for the driver to stop the car while it is moving at a rapid pace. The RS6 Brakes consist of several components; from the pedals that the driver presses, to the rotors that are attached to the wheels to ultimately stop the vehicle. When the driver presses the brake pedal the car uses the power brake system to pressurize the brake lines which contain brake fluid (which is essentially high density oil). The pressurized brake lines cause the brake pads to pinch the rotor of the vehicle. The rotor is attached directly to the axel of the vehicle and the car will slow down.