NEUSPEED Power Module | Multiple VW/Audi Fitments (64.10.15)
VW Golf GTI/R, Audi S3 & TTS Power Module by Neuspeed
NEUSPEED Power Module is a device which easily allows most able person to upgrade the performance of their 2015-up Audi S3, TTS or 2015-up VW Golf R without reducing the reliability or integrity of the engine, clutch and driveline. This is the simplest and best alternative or option to chip tuning.
The NEUSPEED Power Module is an all new design, not some rebranded 3rd party product. It is a plug and play box that intercepts at the MAP and Boost sensors and can be installed or removed within minutes without any detection. There is a convenient two position switch for 91+ premium fuel and 100+ octane race fuel for maximum HP output.
The electrical components are housed in a billet aluminum enclosure which is protected from the elements and is designed and manufactured to be positioned within the engine bay of your vehicle. The wire harness is manufactured using automotive quality wiring which is both oil and heat resistant, and has the same OE water proof connectors as used on your engine.
- Two Position Switch - +5 PSI and +7 PSI
- Increases boost by modifying the charge pressure and map sensor readings - Uses the closed loop control of the ECU and Allows ECU to remain in control of boost
- Readings in the vacuum region are stock - No effect during cold-start, warm-up, or easy driving
- Retains stock ECU programming - Correct Air/Fuel mixture maintained from the wide band O2 and closed loop mode of the ECU
- Easy Installation - Plug-and-play intercept at Boost and MAP sensor connector locations
- No trace Power Module was ever there after removal - Resume driving as normal. The Power Module can be sold or re-installed on the same engine type afterwards
- Increases boost by modifying the charge pressure and map sensor readings
DO NOT USE POWER MODULE IF ECU HAS BEEN TUNED OR MODIFIED. STOCK DIVERTER VALVE RECOMMENDED, NO AFTERMARKET
- 2015+ Volkswagen Golf (Mk7) 1.8T
- 2015+ Volkswagen Golf GTI (Mk7) 2.0T
- 2015+ Volkswagen Golf R (Mk7) 2.0T
- 2014+ Audi A3 (8V) 1.8T/2.0T
- 2014+ Audi S3 (8V) 2.0T
- 2015+ Audi TT (Mk3) 2.0T
- 2015+ Audi TTS (Mk3) 2.0T
What's in the box?
- 1 - Power Module
- Necessary Hardware
- Neuspeed Limited Warranty
I have a 2018 Passat R-line, my commuter car. Does the job but drives more like a go cart, anemic in the power department especially in the 1-4 gears and lower RPM range. I’m not an aggressive driver, use the sport shift and typically shift around 2500rpm. Average 36-39mpg on my commute to work.
I got the power module as there are no tunes available yet and I have a 6 year warranty I don’t really want to mess with.
Install took literally 5 minutes. On the Passat it’s much easier than on some of the videos I saw on YouTube for GTIs. Can all be done from the top, no need to crawl under the car, remove panels and access from below.
I drove it for 10 minutes after the install, then had to stop at the post office. Drove another 20 minutes to get my kid’s haircut. Didn’t notice anything. When we got back in the car after the haircut though, it was there.
My Passat actually drives like a car now. It’s not a complete bore and I can move from an on-ramp to highway speeds with ease. Before, it was brutal just trying to catch up to and merge with traffic. I still shift around 2500 rpm, maybe closer to 3000 now since I can actually get a bit of enjoyment feeling the car respond to pushing on the gas pedal. I don’t have to downshift to pass on the highway... give it a little more throttle, wait a second or two and the car responds now. Before, it would dog along and I’d end up downshifting.
My MPG has not changed whatsoever. If anything it’s improved slightly, and I’m more consistently in the 38-40 range. Even though I may shift a little later than before, I don’t need to give it as much throttle when cruising to maintain speed (usually cruise at 70mph) and I think it balances out.
All in all it was a simple addition to get my car to actually drive like a car. It’s significantly better than stock, though a stock Passat 2.0t really leaves a lot to be desired. Performance is improved though and for me was worth the money. Makes my car more enjoyable to dr...
1,000 mile review: The power module is a very simple install and can be stealthly tucked away. Acceleration improvement is most noticeable under partial throttle and at speeds below 60mph. It's not going to blow you away but its a definite improvement over stock and will not void your warranty if you remove it before going in for dealer service.