The importer and distributor showcased a number of bespoke enhancements at the show

Scuderia Autoart found the perfect opportunity to display its wide range of brands and products at this year’s Australian Auto Aftermarket Expo (AAAE) with its brands and its numerous “cutting-edge” enhancements featured.
With presence in every state and territory through its extensive dealer network of more than 50 dealers, Scuderia Autoart says it has been the home of the world’s leading automotive aftermarket brands for over 10 years in Australia and has “grown into the premier source for all car enthusiasts looking for bespoke aftermarket enhancements of the utmost quality for their vehicles.”
At the forefront of the Scuderia Autoart stand was the wheel rack, featuring the best from HRE, FlowForm, Vossen and ABT. For HRE, the entire range was proudly on display, with the stunning forged HRE S101SC wheel as the most attractive application while the HRE FlowForm FT1 was grabbing all the attention of Ute/Truck owners. Additionally, the Vossen Hybrid-Forged HF-3 and the ABT Sport G21 wheels completed the exhibition.
The brands of the KW Automotive Group were one of the stand’s highlights, with the KW V6 racing damper as a testament of KW’s cutting-edge suspension technology along with multiple coilover and suspension kits to complete the ‘yellow and purple’ display.

For ST suspension, all 18 custom spring colours were laid out at the stand along with the XTA Plus 3 coilover kit, offering KW technology at a more affordable price point. Reiger Suspension introduced its Street and Trail damper, the first street application for the off-road/truck market derived from championship-winning rally technology.
From Akrapovic, the striking Slip-On Race Line titanium exhaust and tailpipes for the Porsche 911 (991.2) GT3/RS stood out along with the BMW M3 and M4 carbon tailpipes.
AWE was represented with its Touring Edition non-resonated exhaust for the Ford Focus RS with drone cancelling technology. For the top-end segment, the Novitec exhaust system for the Ferrari F8 captured the attention, made from Inconel, an alloy used in Formula 1 exhaust systems.
For engine-bay upgrades, Eventuri brought its signature BMW E9X M3 Carbon Inlet Plenum and Carbon Intake for carbon fibre lovers. On the other hand, CSF brought its industry-leading cooling products to Melbourne, with the Porsche 911/930 Performance Oil-Cooler and BMW F8X top mount charge air cooler.
Completing the Scuderia Autoart range on display, GiroDisc showed its slotted and drilled brake rotors for the Porsche 991 and Mercedes AMG G63 as the perfect brake performance upgrade while Velocity AP presented its Clutches, developed to satisfy OEM replacements at a fraction of the cost with no compromise.
Finally, Scuderia Autoart recently onboarded Techart, a leading brand for Porsche premium refinement, in a move that it says continues to set the company apart as one of the industry leaders for the Australian automotive aftermarket.

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