EuroCode Tuning Meisterwerk Intercooler upgrade 8V RS3 2.5L TFSI
Audi’s 2.5L TFSI (EA855 EVO) motor is nothing short of amazing! The team at Eurocode have
developed an intercooler upgrade capable of supporting in excess of 1000 horsepower.
Featuring a massive 24” x 11” x 3.8” high density bar and plate core, combined with CNC
machined billet aluminum end tanks, this upgrade consistently reduces air intake temperatures,
minimizes heat soak and improves performance.
- 24" x 11" x 3.8" high density bar and plate core
- 5 axis, CNC milled, single piece, billet aluminum end tanks
- Easy to install, direct bolt-on replacement
- No cutting, drilling or welding required
- Fully compatible with vehicles equipped with adaptive cruise control
- Supports in excess of 1000 horsepower
EXTREME AIT TEST
Below you will find the IAT (Intake Air Temperature) comparison between the stock and
EuroCode intercooler upgrade during 3 consecutive 0-130mph runs. Our gorgeous Voodoo Blue
Audi Exclusive RS3 was equipped with APR Stage I software and tested with the OEM
intercooler - the only change made was the installation of our intercooler upgrade. As you can
see in the graph labeled Run 3, there is a difference of 32° Fahrenheit at the top of the run. All
runs using the EuroCode Intercooler Upgrade display consistent temperature behavior, while
the OEM unit continues to climb through the roof. The highest temperature experienced during
our torture test with the EuroCode was only 108°F vs the OEM unit which reached an
The following graphs with all three runs together demonstrate the consistency of the Eurocode
2.5L TFSI (EA855 EVO) 8V RS3 Intercooler Upgrade vs OEM
Eurocode tested our 2.5L TFSI (EA855 EVO) 8V RS3 Intercooler Upgrade on a Mustang AWD
dyno within a cell capable of producing variable wind speeds in excess of 100MPH. 5 back to
back pulls were completed with the OEM intercooler. While still strapped to the dyno, the OEM
product was removed and 5 additional back to back pulls were completed with our intercooler
upgrade. One minute elapsed between each pull and we data logged air intake temperatures
using the dyno machines OBDII input.
The results from the dyno testing showed that our intercooler upgrade consistently produced
more power and resulted in lower air intake temperatures.