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New Feature Update Notice!

Hypertech has now added support for IDLE SPEED ADJUSTMENT for the Max Energy Sport programmers for the 2006-2009 MAZDASPEED3/6 2.3L TURBO. Update your programmer for FREE via the Hypertech Tuner Update Software.

Part Number/Applications Covered:
62003- MAX ENERGY SPORT- MAZDA
· 2007-2009 Mazdaspeed3
· 2006-2007 Mazdaspeed6
· 2006-2009 Mazda3 MPS 2.3L Australian
· 2005-2007 Mazda6 MPS 2.3L Australian
· 2007-2009 Mazda3 MPS 2.3L European
· 2006-2007 Mazda6 MPS 2.3L European

Product Features Updated:
· Adjust idle RPM: -100/+200 RPM (in 50 RPM increments)

This new update adds the option to raise or lower the idle speed of your car to your programmer. To update your programmer, install the Hypertech Tuner Update Software on your computer. To download the software from Hypertech’s website, click here. Then connect the programmer to your computer with the supplied USB cable, and start the update software. Click on the “Update Tuner” button, and in a matter of seconds, you will have the latest revision.

*Note: Your vehicle must be programmed back to stock in order to update the tuner.

For more information, go to Performance is our Passion - Hypertech, or call 901-382-8888.
 

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Hi,

I updated my HT, noticed this after reflashing my ECU and cant quite figure out if I want to change the stock RPM levels.

Any chance you could explain what some benefits of either are?

Thanks.
 

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Hi,

I updated my HT, noticed this after reflashing my ECU and cant quite figure out if I want to change the stock RPM levels.

Any chance you could explain what some benefits of either are?

Thanks.
There is no specific benefit from either raising or lowering the idle speed. This feature was added, based on requests from our customers. The primary reason for the request was for people whos cars were smoking a bit at idle. Raising the idle speed up seems to eliminate the smoke issue.

If you don't have any issues with your car idling at the factory speed, then I would suggest just to leave it stock.

Chris
 
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