2019 USDM Golf R and Additional WM MK6 Support Now Available

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Accessport Support for the 2019 USDM Volkswagen Golf R is now available!  This initial support includes the Stage 1 Off The Shelf (OTS) Maps along with several COBB Custom Features.  Custom tuning is also available from an Authorized Protuner for those that want to add more extensive modifications.  Additional supported ROMs along with the full line-up of OTS maps have also been added for the World Market MK6 GTI.

Newly Supported Vehicles

Golf R

  • 2019 USDM Mk7 Golf R Manual Transmission
  • 2019 USDM Mk7 Golf R DSG Transmission (ECU tuning only at this time)

World Market MK6 GTI

  • ROM Version VLK_CCZB_5K0907115N_11
  • ROM Version VLK_CCZB_5K0907115A_12
  • ROM Version VLK_DSG_0D9300040

OTS Maps and Features

The initial release for the 2019 USDM Golf R will includes calibrations for Stage1 91/93 Octane, Anti-Theft, Stage 0 (replica of the factory data), and Valet Mode. Additional staged OTS maps will be added in the future.

Features included with OTS maps upon release:

Power Gains


Stage 1 91 VS Stock


Stage 1 93 VS Stock


CLICK HERE for additional OTS Map information in the Map Notes.


Custom tuning is avialable for those ready to dive in headfirst and push their pretty new Golf R past Stage1 as soon as possible.  The Accesstuner Pro Software for our VW Authorized COBB Protuner network includes 2019 USDM Golf R support too!



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There are two different Stage 1 options available.  Both include the Accessport which comes with the off the shelf maps and access to the custom features listed above.  The choice comes in whether you want to retain the stock intake and use a high flow filter or whether you’d prefer the full COBB SF Intake.  Both packages will make about the same power on the included Stage 1 map file but the SF Intake will have major gains in the aesthetic and sound department.  It’s also a good first step in the upgrade path paving the way for future VW Golf R parts and modifications.

0 responses to “2019 USDM Golf R and Additional WM MK6 Support Now Available”

  1. Hey I talked with you guys a couple a months ago about supporting Euro MK7.5 GTIs (dlba engine 06k907425j ECU ). How is it coming along?

  2. Any possible support for the USA MK5 GTI, w/ the same motor/ECU as the MK6 GTI?

    Or the 1.8t MQB Golfs…

  3. Hey Adam, this is good news. I already got mine ordered for my 19 R. But like always i have more questions for future items. An easy one at first:

    1. When will additional stages be released for the 19 Golf R?

    2. Harder question, when will TCU/DSG support be available for the 7.5 refresh Golf Rs?

    Any idea ranging from this year or deep into 2020 would be helpful on tempering expectations. Thank you sir.

    Mike Holtgrieve

    • Hi Michael,

      Good questions. Both of those tasks are on the current roadmap for VW, but I don’t want to call out any timelines yet. We have a significant project that is in BETA currently that is the key priority. Once that is complete then we can shift focus more heavily towards other projects. Naturally, the additional OTS stages are slightly more predictable once we get started, so I expect that will be sooner than later, but the 7spd DSG work is very difficult to predict for release until we get closer to the quality control process. So just keep in touch over the coming months for updates.

      [email protected]

  4. The map notes link seems to still be restricted.

    Is Accesstuner for end users something that is even being considered at this point in time?

    • Hi Aaron,

      Thanks for pointing that out. It should be unlocked now.
      Also, AccessTuner is always being considered. We simply have a lot of projects going and limited resources. So no ETA currently.

      [email protected]

  5. Hey guys,

    Will there be any support for Euro/WDM Seat Leon Cupra 280/290 R? As it shares the same engine but I should imagine different ECU configuration I would love to get an Accessport for mine having had a Mazda 3 MPS with AP!

    • Hello,

      Thanks for the question. As you predicted, the majority of the work would be on the ECU side versus mechanical support. We are not currently working on expanded vehicle support for that platform.
      [email protected]

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