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It’s with a heavy heart that I must share that STaSIS is no longer in business. Founded in 1999, STaSIS had a long history of producing and selling high performance parts for Audis, even when doing such a thing wasn’t very common. They’ve sponsored numerous race cars, showed the world how menacing an R8 can be with a supercharger, and really did a ton for the Audi community. I held off on writing this post with hopes they might restructure and rise from the dead, but after several months that seems less and less likely. I myself have happily owned many parts made by them including a front & rear BBKs, coilovers, and an exhaust, so it’s really disappointing to confirm this on a personal note too.

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While details were scarce as the company never had an official statement confirming their closure, their website and Facebook Page have been taken down and their local newspaper confirms the closure. After speaking to multiple shops, many of whom were former STaSIS dealers, it sounds like the long-and-short of it is that STaSIS took a lot of loans when they moved to Summit Point, WV and weren’t able to pay them back. It sounds like there were also struggles as they grew very quickly but not necessarily profitably through their partnership with the Audi dealer network, as well as some confusion over Audi warrantying their parts or not. Ripoff Report has some more crazy and serious allegations, but I rarely take anything seriously on Ripoff report unless it can be substantiated elsewhere. In my humble opinion, it sounds like a case of growing too quickly and not being able to scale profits with expenses – something that seems to happen a lot in the aftermarket auto parts industry.

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Regardless, those in the Audi community know that there aren’t a ton of brands out there making parts for our cars, yet alone sponsoring race programs and doing many of the awesome things STaSIS did. It sucks to lose a company like this, but hopefully others like JHM and APR will continue to grow and flourish and fill the vacuum where they left off. I’ve noticed that some of the STaSIS parts that were originally built through third party manufacturers and then repackaged/customized by STaSIS are being picked up already, such as their Alcon BBK kits that are now being sold by Steve Petty Motorsports (SPM), tunes by GIAC, and other similar arrangements.

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The other bit of bad news is those STaSIS parts many of us own are now going to be harder to get repaired, such as the recommended service intervals for the STaSIS Ohlins coilovers I have – while other shops can perform this service, I’ve found many of them like PSI are charging 2-3x what STaSIS did for the basic service, which is quite frusterating.

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Regardless, I bid a fond farewell to STaSIS and hope their employees all find good jobs somewhere else in the motorsport community, and maybe even some of them back in the Audi scene itself.

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Thread: B7 Audi A4 STASIS Exhaust

  • 02-23-2017 04:11 AM#1

    B7 Audi A4 STASIS Exhaust

    Hi everyone I have a Stasis Exhaust on my A4 and was wondering what company made it. I thought Stasis just re-badged it. Thanks for any info!
    Pic for fun!


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  • 02-23-2017 05:11 AM#2

    Stasis designed it and it is now sold as the Europaparts exhaust. I might be missing some info somewhere in between, exhaust manufacturer I have no idea.

    2013 S4 Monsoon Grey | APR Stage 2 Single Pulley | Roc Euro Intake | 034 RSB + Drivetrain Inserts | CR-15
    RIP 2007 Brilliant Black A4 Quattro | Unitronic Stage 1+ | Bilstein Sport + H&R Sport | Apikol Snub | GFB DV+ | 034 Turbo Inlet, Street Density Motor Mounts, RSB & End Links, Control Arms | Pipercross Filter


  • 02-23-2017 06:44 AM#3

    Thermal R&D


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    2006 A4 2.0T Q. S-Line 6MT - Arctic White
    JHM stage 1, 034 hfc, Europaparts exhaust.
    Miro 111 18x8.5 et 35, 034 RSB.


  • 02-23-2017 10:06 AM#4

    I heard back in the day that Stasis was rebranded AWE stuff.

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  • 02-23-2017 12:28 PM#5

    Nope. I was in direct contact with thermal when I purchased the europaparts exhaust.


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    2006 A4 2.0T Q. S-Line 6MT - Arctic White
    JHM stage 1, 034 hfc, Europaparts exhaust.
    Miro 111 18x8.5 et 35, 034 RSB.


  • 02-23-2017 01:40 PM#6

    I know that Stasis coilovers are rebranded H&R coilovers, but the Stasis exhaust may be one of their owns.

    I don't think AWE would ever allow Stasis to rebrand and sell it cheaper. AWE's prices have a HUGE $$$ difference relative other exhaust brands. But if I were to guess, it would be some flavor of magnaflow.


  • 02-23-2017 01:46 PM#7

    Stasis Street coils were Koni coils

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  • 02-23-2017 01:57 PM#8

    QuoteOriginally Posted by DOWORKB7View Post
    Hi everyone I have a Stasis Exhaust on my A4 and was wondering what company made it. I thought Stasis just re-badged it. Thanks for any info!
    Pic for fun!


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    Nice ride brother!!


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  • 02-23-2017 02:35 PM#9

    QuoteOriginally Posted by DEEZLUTZView Post
    Nice ride brother!!


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    Haha looking good! Gotta love that red on black!


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  • 02-23-2017 06:03 PM#10

    So, just to get things straight my stasis shocks, brakes, springs, tune and exhaust is really KONI, ALCON/DORITOS, H&R, APR, THERMAL R&D/AWE


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  • 02-23-2017 07:09 PM#11

    QuoteOriginally Posted by NickSchoolerView Post

    So, just to get things straight my stasis shocks, brakes, springs, tune and exhaust is really KONI, ALCON/DORITOS, H&R, APR, THERMAL R&D/AWE


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    Where did you get all that information? I have a Stasis B7 as well.

  • 02-23-2017 07:11 PM#12

    Tune would be REVO not APR, but other than that sounds about right.


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  • 02-23-2017 07:27 PM#13

    B7 Audi A4 STASIS Exhaust

    QuoteOriginally Posted by drmonkeyView Post

    Where did you get all that information? I have a Stasis B7 as well.

    Just from browsing different forums about stasis on the B7 platform. Original dealership put it on the lot as StaSiS touring addition, I received the car 4th hand. Used dealership took off all stasis decals and badges unfortunately.. You can even see the outlines for the S under the side blinkers :/ I have the a ocean blue Avant with all of the mods listed above. How did you get ahold of yours? EDIT: Challenge edition... Anti-roll bar + Alcon mono4


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  • 02-23-2017 07:29 PM#14

    QuoteOriginally Posted by Sylvania A4View Post

    Tune would be REVO not APR, but other than that sounds about right.


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    I was also hearing another name for the tune on some old forums but can't remember. But you're right APR is wrong, they were competing with StaSiS.


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  • 02-24-2017 01:08 PM#15

    QuoteOriginally Posted by NickSchoolerView Post

    Just from browsing different forums about stasis on the B7 platform. Original dealership put it on the lot as StaSiS touring addition, I received the car 4th hand. Used dealership took off all stasis decals and badges unfortunately.. You can even see the outlines for the S under the side blinkers :/ I have the a ocean blue Avant with all of the mods listed above. How did you get ahold of yours? EDIT: Challenge edition... Anti-roll bar + Alcon mono4


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    Got mine from a small dealer near my house. It came with the Stasis badging on the front filler plate and a badge on the back. It has the Stasis ECU, exhaust, and 19x9.5 wheels. I think it just had regular sport suspension but I've already changed that out. Mine's a black B7 sedan.

  • 02-24-2017 08:20 PM#16

    QuoteOriginally Posted by drmonkeyView Post

    Got mine from a small dealer near my house. It came with the Stasis badging on the front filler plate and a badge on the back. It has the Stasis ECU, exhaust, and 19x9.5 wheels. I think it just had regular sport suspension but I've already changed that out. Mine's a black B7 sedan.

    https://www.stasisengineering.com/si...B7-2_0_web.pdf
    If you haven't already checked out this link before. If you have the filler plate for non-sline I'd be more than happy to buy that from you


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  • 02-25-2017 07:50 AM#17

    QuoteOriginally Posted by drmonkeyView Post

    Got mine from a small dealer near my house. It came with the Stasis badging on the front filler plate and a badge on the back. It has the Stasis ECU, exhaust, and 19x9.5 wheels. I think it just had regular sport suspension but I've already changed that out. Mine's a black B7 sedan.

    Could you post a pic? I'd love to see a full Stasis car. I just got the exhaust for mine. Got Revo tuned and coilovers.


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  • 04-07-2017 09:39 AM#18

    Bringing this thread back... I love the sound of Stasis exhaust and obviously having trouble finding it. I need to have it for my car... manual and quattro. So should i be searching Thermal or Europaparts?


  • 04-07-2017 09:45 AM#19

    B7 Audi A4 STASIS Exhaust

    QuoteOriginally Posted by B7S3wannabiView Post

    Bringing this thread back... I love the sound of Stasis exhaust and obviously having trouble finding it. I need to have it for my car... manual and quattro. So should i be searching Thermal or Europaparts?

    From reading the thread it is made by thermal RD which Europa then sells but it is the same exhaust as what stasis used to sell


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  • 04-07-2017 09:57 AM#20

    QuoteOriginally Posted by B7S3wannabiView Post

    Bringing this thread back... I love the sound of Stasis exhaust and obviously having trouble finding it. I need to have it for my car... manual and quattro. So should i be searching Thermal or Europaparts?

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  • 04-07-2017 10:20 AM#21

    If only life was that easy...


  • 04-07-2017 11:21 AM#22

    QuoteOriginally Posted by B7S3wannabiView Post

    If only life was that easy...

    Haha ikr

    You guys wanna do a 50% off deal let me know I'll be one of the first orders lol


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  • 03-07-2018 10:32 PM#23

    I have a question for the STaSis exhaust owners. How do you like it? Did you get a downpipe , HFC, or other mods. Please share your thoughts with me, I just bought one and wondered what I should know. Nice quality fit, sound?
    Thanks in advance, I am excited to get this on my car didn’t want any “hears what you should have done....”
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    2006 A4 2.0TQ S-Line
    MK6 Golf R
    Ducati 996S,ST4
    KTM Duke


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    If you are considering doing any modifications to your Audi, we would suggest you consult STaSIS engineering first. We recently drove an A4 with its latest Challenge Series package, and were thoroughly impressed by the improvements made to an already stellar car. Against a stock A4, the numbers speak for themselves: 0-60 in 5.6 sec. (versus 6.5), the quarter mile in 14.2 at 96.0 mph (vs. 15.0 at 93.3 mph) and 0.97g around the skidpad (vs. 0.86g).

    The package includes a power upgrade in the form of an ECU reflash and a cat-back exhaust (increasing output to 240 bhp and 257 lb.-ft. of torque, up from 200 bhp and 207 lb.-ft.). Other hardware includes Hyperco flat-wound springs and –hlins dampers with STaSIS's own digressive valving, Alcon floating brake rotors with 4-piston monobloc calipers and stainless-steel brake lines, a high-bias mechanical center differential (which increases torque bias to 4:1 from 2:1), 19-in. forged alloy wheels and an Audi DTM-style body kit that mimics the look of a STaSIS World Challenge Touring Car.

    Price for the total package installed on a new A4 Quattro starts around $10,000 and parallels the Audi factory warranty (through authorized dealerships) for the length of original ownership. Get more details at www.stasisengineering.com.

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    Audi A4 - Stasis Engineering

    B5 Audi A4
    Driver: Paul Lambert
    Horsepower: 200.42hp
    Torque: 175.57 lb-ft
    Quarter-Mile: 13.639sec @ 100.37mph
    Contact Info: Stasis Engineering, 888/9-STASIS, www.stasisengineering.com
    Engine: 2.8-liter 12v V6, Stasis competition engine design, Motec engine management
    Driveline: Five-speed manual, Tilton dual-plate clutch, Stasis lightweight flywheel

    Stasis Engineering came out to prove the same point that Euro Sport intended to prove with its Rabbit - to run amazing lap times with way less power than everybody else. In turn, Paul Lambert, owner of Stasis Engineering, brought his Speed World Challenge car - the same one he's racing in the current SWC series.

    A quick look at the car and you'll understand why these things cost what they do. With a custom 'cage but not much else inside, you begin to fear its capability. Consequently, the car drew a pretty large crowd for most of the day. The only answer we could get from Paul when we asked about motor-work was, "It's a race-prepped V6 motor," which left us wondering about the details. But this is a race car competing in a professional series, so why tell a bunch of magazine writers what's been done to it?

    Dyno
    We were amazed at what this car put down on the dyno, especially considering the lap times it sets during the Speed World Challenge series. As the car rolled onto the dyno, the crowd again gathered to see what was going to happen. We say rolled onto the dyno, like it was an easy maneuver, but it wasn't. The car had a hell of a time getting positioned because of the clutch being uncooperative. Every time Paul jumped off the pedal, the car lunged forward about a foot. After a few minutes of positioning the car, the techs strapped it down and fired off three runs. It managed a fairly tame number that was well below the max output the strict SWC rules dictate, but we all knew the car was a worthy competitor - low numbers or not. People shrugged at the horsepower numbers as though they were nothing, but they were in for a surprise before the end of the etGP.

    Drag Race
    Have you ever watched Speed World Challenge touring cars and wondered how those road course race cars would fare at the dragstrip? We got to find out when Stasis Engineering entered the etGP and brought its current race car. Surprisingly, the Audi did exceptionally well, pulling off a 13.639sec pass, making it the second-fastest naturally aspirated car at the event - missing the number-one spot by a measly 0.006sec and running 60' times similar to those of the all-wheel-drive cars that were in the mid-12s. In the process of producing its fastest pass, the A4's ailing clutch spit out its last gasps of traction, aiding Paul's decision to park the car and swap the clutch before heading to the road course.

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