POWER CONTROL MODULE
RACINGLINE'S PLUG-IN TUNING BOX SOLUTION
for VW / Audi / Cupra / Skoda 2.0 TSI GEN.4
Frustrating, isn't it? The latest generation of 2.0 TSI 'gen.4' MQB EVO cars cannot yet be tuned via the traditional methods.
PCM is RacingLine's new tuning solution, developed exclusively for these cars such as Golf mk8 GTI, Golf mk8 R, Audi S3 8Y, Cupra Leon & Octavia vRS.
PCM stands for ‘Power Control Module’ and is our way of bringing your new MQB EVO car to life with more power and torque.
Easily installed, and easily removed at any time without a trace.
Expect power increases of up to 40HP and 60Nm with supporting RacingLine hardware over the factory quoted numbers. Not only that, but it's beautifully smooth and progressive gains, right throughout the rev-range.
Two versions of PCM are available, to suit either the higher or lower output versions of the EA888 gen.4 engines.
FOR YOUR CAR.
PCM works on a standalone PCB, which communicates with the factory ECU. Developed by RacingLine's own in-house calibration experts over the past 12 months, it allows the car to safely increase power and torque levels.
Of course, we know that many customers will want to have a full ECU calibration as soon as it's available - and who can blame them?
So uniquely, RacingLine will give any PCM customer a free upgrade to our OEM+ calibrations as soon as they are available, whenever you are ready - as long as you purchase your PCM unit from one of our OEM+ dealers.
Too good to be true? Not with PCM by RacingLine.
RacingLine's PCM controller is a leap forward for the latest MQB 'evo' 2.0 TSI cars.
It's all about the 12 months of detailed development that's gone into PCM. The PCM itself is housed in a stunning billet aluminium case, finned to ensure effective cooling plus a beautiful carbon fibre mounting bracket to locate it securely on top of the battery. The full install kit includes a wiring loom made to the perfect length for the MQB 'evo' cars.
And an instant power boost is only one of the advantages:
PCM runs our in-house calibration on a standalone PCB, operating in parallel with the factory ECU, allowing us to find the sweet spot for engine performance, drivability and safety. And of course, a valuable power and torque boost.