No. If it doesn't end up causing a higher error rate/connection issues it still wouldn't net you a noticeable change with your TOR connection rates or overall speed.
The tool is made to make already poor connections act more stable and it's optimized to be used alongside tools like shadowstocks.
Below is noted from past experience.
Netspeeder caused freenet to become unstable/almost unusable due to consistently dropped/rejected connections. When it was stable it ran at the same average speed I noted prior to introducing netspeeder.
Admittedly this is an assumption solely due to notes when using it alongside freenets network I have not tested it with TOR's network but I'd assume the same issues would occur and at the least it would effectively have little to no bearing on speed if it actually does not have issues as adding lanes to a tunnel doesn't improve the speedlimit just the traffic potential (as well as error rate)