FordFusionClub.com banner
1 - 5 of 5 Posts

·
Registered
Joined
·
943 Posts
Discussion Starter · #1 ·
since you've released the programmable ECU, is there a possibility that you will release a reflash with some pre-programmed settings learned from the microtech ECU?
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
10,538 Posts
[quote author=M3-S link=topic=56661.msg945681#msg945681 date=1158025691]
since you've released the programmable ECU, is there a possibility that you will release a reflash with some pre-programmed settings learned from the microtech ECU?
[/quote]

i think that'll have a lot more success...especially since the new ECU is 1,500
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
1,525 Posts
For around 2k more you can get a turbo and a ECU bypass ;-)
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
3 Posts
[quote author=M3-S link=topic=56661.msg945681#msg945681 date=1158025691]
since you've released the programmable ECU, is there a possibility that you will release a reflash with some pre-programmed settings learned from the microtech ECU?
[/quote]

Maybe I'm not understanding, but are you wanting a reflashed Mazda ECU? If so, that will most likely not be coming from NSN. Mazda is known for protecting their ECU from reverse engineering, unlike Ford ECUs. The Microtech is a full, standalone ECU and does not interact with the stock unit. If I didn't understand your question, please clarify what you are indeed asking. If what you wanted to know if the Microtech can be reflashed, then yes. You are able to save and load maps/settings on the unit via the laptop adapter. If you want to use a Microtech from another vehicle, that would require it to be sent back to Microtech to be reprogrammed for use in the new car you want to drop it in.

Note: I don't speak for NSN, so this is not an 'official' reply. Just a friend's opinion.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
1,377 Posts
Mogi is right... reflashing a Mazda ECU is more or less impossible at this point, they do a damn good job of locking it down.

And yes, the Microtech is pricey but go out and compare it to any other ECU that can handle igniterless coils etc and you'll find we are 300 to several thousand cheaper than anything else you can find.

Later!

Steve
 
1 - 5 of 5 Posts
Top