Ok everyone, my PM box is getting flooded with support questions. So I want to direct everyone to this post:
Before you purchase the software, or a tactrix, please check that your ECU is supported
. Its pretty easy to do.
Epifan has said all 2014 *should* be supported, but I recommend checking just in case.
Pop your cars hood, and in the picture attached, you will see the location of the ECU. Remove the ECU cover (or if necessary the intake as well for room) and you will see on your ECU a Sticker with a code / Number. please PM ME a picture of that ECU sticker / code. I will get back to you within 24-48 (depending on Epifan) if your car is supported and we can go from there!.
ATX and MTX should both be supported.
for ATX owners
: Like most Mazdas I've tuned, the transmission is controlled by it's own TCM, and not the PCM. Unfortunately I can't promise that on the mazda 6 I will be able to tune or adjust shift points for the ATX.
If you unplug anything to get access, remember to plug it back in. You shouldn't have to unplug or fully remove the ECU.
you will know you are looking at the correct thing because it should be a small black box with a lot of wires going into it.
Requirements for tune:
You need a MazdaEdit license. you only need LITE for me to tune you. PERSONAL is if you want map access and want to play around with the ECU yourself. ( I don't recommend this unless you know what you're doing ) epifanSoftware | ecuEdit
A Tactrix Open port 2.0. no reflash adapters. Tactrix
A WINDOWS based laptop PC (windows 8 works fine). It has to be a laptop because you need it in the car to flash / datalog.
General recommendations to get the most out of it:
91 or 93 octane will give the best results, but aren't required. You can still get a noticeable difference running stock octane requirement.
Intake / exhaust will only help get you more, but not required. A stock car will still see a big difference.
A car that is properly maintained.
- As with every tune I've done, I offer free lifetime updates for as long as you own the car, free support and help, along with that I'm continually working to get the best possible calibration, and everyone who has a tune from me is entitled to any new updates for no charge.