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I highly doubt it since they don't support the stock ECU.

Unfortunate too. Eurodyne sucks when you change hardware due to limited table access, but is the only packaged option for self tuning.

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I highly doubt it since they don't support the stock ECU.

Unfortunate too. Eurodyne sucks when you change hardware due to limited table access, but is the only packaged option for self tuning.

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Actually they support allot more than what is listed on the website.

Tyler posted his MK7 golf r scan a couple weeks ago. It is a long shot but worth a try. If anyone in DFW area wants to try I have hpt and will try to scan so you don't waste money on the dongle if it won't read.


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Edit: car is stock tune with catless testpipe and 02 spacer
 

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Actually they support allot more than what is listed on the website.

Tyler posted his MK7 golf r scan a couple weeks ago. It is a long shot but worth a try. If anyone in DFW area wants to try I have hpt and will try to scan so you don't waste money on the dongle if it won't read.
Pretty sure that's because they all use the Bosch MED17 ECU. The MK6R (that this forum is for... are you by chance looking for the MK7R forum?) uses a MED9.
 
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