New v1.08 tunes published in the database

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We would need to get the ECU calibration ID of a 2019 Mazda 6 SkyActiv-D. We could then see if we can extract the tune and make it available for older engines. If you know anyone with that car, let us know, we will explain the procedure of doing that.

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According to the Mazda USA website, the CX-5 2.2 diesel is being released in the USA next month. Time to start testing during this summer?

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Yes, we hope we will finally be able to test one first hand.

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Ugnius, any news regarding that tune?

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The new SkyActiv-D cars use a completely different ECU architecture with a different processor and different encryption. It will take a lot of time for us to support it.

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Ugnius @ VersaTune wrote:The new SkyActiv-D cars use a completely different ECU architecture with a different processor and different encryption. It will take a lot of time for us to support it.
I think their question was about the power drops during summer on the existing tunes... unless it was fixed at some point.
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Yes, Mituc is right - I was asking mainly about the 1.08 version stability during summer days - has there been any improvement since the initial release?

Also, Ugnius you should consider that we've all been waiting for the (new and improved) 1.10 version for more that 2 years now...

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bamse1 wrote:Yes, Mituc is right - I was asking mainly about the 1.08 version stability during summer days - has there been any improvement since the initial release?

Also, Ugnius you should consider that we've all been waiting for the (new and improved) 1.10 version for more that 2 years now...
Agree with bamse1. Over 2 years now.... what is happening? We all paid in to Versatune and we have had turbo oscillation on the tunes you provide for a long time now.

An update would be much appreciated.

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I couldn’t agree more.

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Guys, it's useless - it is clear for me now that there won't be any development in the future for our diesel engines. The admins don't even bother to answer anymore.
If I knew back then that this will happen I would've never bought versatuner.
This is the perfect example of why some companies lose their clients and then wonder what happened...

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