Flash Tune Fuel/Modification Update - MazdaSpeed

Starting at: $25.00USD

Please Choose:

Tuning form emailed to you after purchase for your mod list.

Read Your Choices Carefully!

Previous Flash Tune Order #:

Intakes, exhausts, intercoolers & BOVs included in base price:

Added Parts:

MUST MATCH to your previous Flash Tune order(s):

Extra Options:

May not work on Vent-To-Atmosphere BOV setups:

STuned Crackles:

Throttle calibration. Maximum power not affected:

Further tuning using data collected from your car:

*** Datalog Refinements will adjust your tune for your
specific car. This means the tune may be changed for safety
and/or power based on the data collected in the logs.
Datalogging instructions will be sent via e-mail. ***

Import calibration changes from PREVIOUS Datalog Refinement:

Previous Datalog Refinement Order #:

Add to Cart:

This update requires us to re-make your tune from scratch. Please reselect the options that you had on your previous tune.


The Details

This update gets your tune version to the latest spec AND accomodates for your new modifcations and fuel types.

  • If you have no new modifcations and ONLY want to update you tune version to the latest spec click here.
  • If you want to keep your current version but want to add/change tune settings or features click here.

This update is for cars running the Stratified Flash Tune that want to tune for a different fuel type or have added new modifcations such as:

  • Intakes 
  • Exhausts
  • Intercoolers
  • Blow-off valves/by-pass valves
  • WMI (water-methanol injection) kits


Update History

Our current Flash Tune version (as of January 27, 2017) is 3.00.

Version 2.10 to 3.00:

  • Stage 3 Flash Tunes allow for further power increase over Stage 2 for both Flash and E85 flash tunes if you have supporting modifications.
  • Additional refinements for bigger than stock intakes to maximize performance
  • Higher altitude tuning changes to minimize power loss due to elevation changes
  • Option to fix post shift stutter on cars that experience this (MazdaSpeed6)
  • Closed loop fueling  extended to higher engine loads to ensure AFRs are always on target


Version 1.xx to 2.10:

  • Power output was increased for all our Stage 2 tunes
  • Power output was increased for all our E85 tunes
  • Launch control and FFS is set as per request and it can now be set right on the Accessport handheld
  • Shift logic was improved to reduce exhaust popping especially when using a 50/50 BOV
  • E85 tunes have both increases in power and spool/response
  • All tunes now offer improved high altitude performance
  • Stratified tunes are extensively tested to always deliver exceptional performance, reliability, and driveability in all conditions.
  • Steering wheel angle (SWAS) power reduction removed at your request
  • Improved temperature compensation for wastegate control


The Options


Added Parts:

Bolt on parts such as intakes, exhausts, intercoolers, blow-off valves/by-pass valves are included in the base price. Only WMI kits have an added cost. WMI tunes come with complimentary Datalog Refinements at no extra charge.


Fuel Configuration:

Supports 91OCT/95RON to 94OCT/98RON, E30. Unique fuel types and mixtures such as race gas, octane booster, etc. will require a MazdaSpeed 3 ProTune or a MazdaSpeed6 ProTune.


Extra Options:

Idle RPM Change: We can also change your idle RPM. This is particularly useful if you're running stiffer motor mounts to eliminate unwanted vibration during idle. Specifics will be asked in the tuning form after you place an order.


Throttle Mapping:

Does not affect power. Only affects how your car will react as a result of your accelerator pedal input.

Linear: The classic Stratified feel; Smooth and Predictable.

Aggressive: 'Punchier' feel at the pedal; Smooth and Predictable with a little more kick.


STuned Crackles:

This feature adds crackling/burbling sounds to your exhaust when lifting off the throttle and coasting down in gear. On catless setups there can be flames. The frequency and intensity of the sounds highly depend on your current engine speed during lift off and most importantly: YOUR EXHAUST SETUP. We recommend at least an aftermarket downpipe. 

When crackles are purchased a separate TUNE FILE is sent containing the crackles.

This additional TUNE FILE can be used to Enable/Disable crackles. You must reflash from your original tune to the additional tune and vice versa.

** IF YOU ARE USING OEM/FACTORY CATALYTIC CONVERTERS KEEP IN MIND THAT THE CRACKLES WILL DAMAGE THEM OVER TIME. AFTERMARKET CATALYTIC CONVERTERS WILL TEND TO HOLD UP BETTER. The crackles WILL NOT work for VTA (vent to atmosphere) blow off valve setups. We have not tested all exhausts for sound quality nor do we have any data on the long-term effects of this feature on aftermarket catalytic converters. However, we have found that exhaust gas temperatures have stayed relatively the same and catalytic converter temperatures had no significant increase compared to having no crackles..**

Check out our videos demonstrating STuned Crackles:





Datalog Refinement: 


  1. Enhance performance of your Flash Tune IF AND ONLY IF there is leeway or headroom, OR make adjustments based on datalogs to ensure your car operates safely with your local fuel and particular environment using a SINGLE tune iteration.
  2. To report if there are any issues and make suggestions on how to correct them (swapping parts, repairing leaks, changing fuel)
  3. If your car is running optimally on your local fuel or particular environment, you will receive a full report on its performance.


For more information click here

Datalog Refinement Update: 

This allows us to import any changes based of a previous Datalog Refinement to your new updated tune. Please ensure to enter the correct order number associated with the Datalog Refinement that you want your updated tune to be based off of.








  • Model: MZSPD_FT_Mod_Update
  • 279 Units in Stock
  • Manufactured by: Stratified Automotive Controls

Current Reviews: 1

This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 16 October, 2014.