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HP-Flash ECU reprogram (ULP & Diesel)

  • Price: From $795
  • Model Compatibility: Gen-1/2 Mazda 3 MPS, 6 MPS & CX7

HPF can recalibrate your factory fuel injected Mazda MPS and CX7’s and Diesel power Mazda vehicle’s ECU using our advanced HP/Flash software. We optimise the fuel, timing and boost to maximise torque and horsepower as well as giving the engine full boost at low speed and maintain full throttle and boost at high RPM.  Custom dyno tuning ensures your particular engine package is making optimum power and efficiency across the entire rev range. We tune for cold and hot start, varying load/throttle applications and fuel type to suit its individual needs, preferences and hardware combinations.


HPF can also recalibrate your diesel powered Mazda vehicle,  gains around 20% in power and torque can be achieved as well as improvements in fuel economy can be seen. We are also able to resolve issues with Diesel Particulate Filters (DPF) and other faults.

Package Includes:

  • 1 x ECU “HP-Flash” reprogram
  • 1 x Before and after dyno graph
  • 1 x All labour to tune and test


If you have had your car tuned by HPF previously and then perform additional work which requires an ECU reprogram we are able to offer modifications to the tune at a rate of $165/hr.


Additional costs may apply for heavily modified engines or those fitted with non-factory turbochargers. Contact us for more information.


More Information:

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HPF Warranty

HPF power packages are warranted for the parts and services installed by HPF. Please contact us for more information.

Additional Notes

  • We recommend all vehicles coming to HPF for tuning run 98 Octane fuel. Please contact us if you have a need to use different fuel.
  • Power figures listed are estimated kilowatts at the flywheel based on results typically obtained by HPF on HPF’s dynos. Typically these are based of a manual vehicle with standard driveline and standard wheels and tyres. Actual power can vary based on each specific vehicle.
  • Modifications such as this package require the vehicle to be in excellent mechanical order.
  • We advise against increasing the power output substantially on high kilometer engines, if your engine has in excessive of 150,000kms please contact us to discuss options.
  • Whilst every attempt is made to ensure prices listed online are correct, they are subject to change at any time.
  • Additional parts may be required in some cases depending on the condition of the vehicle. Cost of these parts and additional labor required may incur additional cost.

58 Comments please add yours...

  1. avatar


    I’ve had two previous tunes and parts install at hpf with my gen 2 mps. I’ll be changing my turbo as well as a few other mods to the car and adding a Acessport V3. I’m just wondering when I bring my car back to hpf for tuning will I be be charged for a new tune or paying per hour for retuning as I did previously? Also does Matt tune for different fuel mixes such as 98 and E30 that I can switch between via the V3. Thanks.

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      Hi Daniel, If we have tuned the car previously we just charge dyno time. We can tune it to suit different fuels but obviously that increase dyno time to change fuel and tune it to a different fuel.

  2. avatar

    Hi, in doing this tune would i need a rear motor mount? Ive heard they can vibrate alot in the cabin?

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      We use the Cobb unit see description below –

      The COBB Rear Motor Mount is the best way to minimize engine movement, improve traction, and reduce wheel hop without major impact to NVH. Typical bushing designs can rattle your teeth out at idle or during throttle input. The COBB RMM utilizes unique voids custom molded into the 85A durometer bushing to absorb vibrations, but still reduce engine movement to aid getting all the power to the ground. The beautifully machined 6061 billet aluminum mount with zinc hardware will make you sad you have to hide it under your car.

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        If installing a rear motor mount, will it weaken the other mounts like the transmission mount and the passenger motor mount? So basically if i get my car custom tuned which will increase the the power and torque its highly recommended to have a rear motor mount?

  3. avatar

    Hi, once i get this tune done. How much will a type 2 cost?

  4. avatar

    Hi, i have a 2013 mazda 3 mps and im getting my car tuned with you guys next month. Its fully stock apart from a k&n panel filter. With this car, is there anything you highly recommend to upgrade that will go with the tune. Cheers.

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    I have a MPS 6. The engine has been rebuilt with HD Con Rods, Forged Pistons, performance bearings, increased to 2.5L.
    CAI too. Currently tuned to 98 using EcuTek.

    I wish to switch to a COBB tune and have purchased the AP3. Not installed yet. I am waiting on a CPe TMIC and AutoTech HPFP.

    I also have to install a EGR cut off and delete kit and new banjo bolt to prevent the smokey turbo at a long idle.

    I would like to look at having 3 custom maps. One that remains on the ECU for like long distance fuel efficient drives with others on the AP3,say one for top performance and another for medium performance.

    Can you help?

    Kind regards

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      Hi Ben we can custom tune the AP3. I am not sure about the need for 3 tunes. You probably only need two tunes a High boost and low boost there really is such a thing as a fuel efficient tune as the engine is running in closed loop on both tunes at cruise regardless so economy really relates to your right foot and how hard you are driving it…

  6. avatar

    Hi, im getting my 2013 mazda 3 mps tuned next month with hpf. My question is, do i have to get my car in every year with hpf to make sure the tune and the car is running in harmony, since the car will be a year older. Cheers mate

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      Hi Albert, once the car is tuned it does not go out of tune, as long as the vehicle is properly maintained it should be fine. In saying that if it was my car I would get it checked on the dyno once a year just to ensure it is running correctly for peace of mind.

  7. avatar

    Hi I got a Mazda 3 maxx sport 2006 and am wondering
    What upgrades and what results I’d be looking at.

  8. avatar

    Have a 2007 Mazda 6 mps want to know what can be done to boost more power and price .


  9. avatar

    I have a gen 2 mps and i was wondering what it would cost to reflash my ecu i have cobb sri hpfp turbo inlet pipe dump pipe front mount rear motor mount cobb 3 port boost controller

  10. avatar

    Hi, I am getting a Xforce/varex turbo back exhaust for my BL 3 MPS, how much would the cost be and what would the usual gains be for the car? Everything else is factory.

  11. avatar

    Hi I have a 2011 jdm cx7 2.3 turbo front wheel drive, wondering the power output,power gains and power band after tune are the same as Gen2 mps? Are both using same turbo?

    • avatar

      Hi Patrick, not sure about a JDM CX7 but the ADM has a smaller turbo and the gains from remapping them aren’t much. The CX7 turbo’s are also known be prone to failure when increasing boost.

  12. avatar

    Hi there,

    i have a mazda 3 MPS gen 2 and very much interested in an ecu tune. howwever, my car is comimg up with Check engine light code P2096. my mechanic said the car is running fine and proceeded to clear the code but the CEL light came back in again. we checked for exhaust leaks and air fuel mixture is fine as well.

    I was wondering if i get a tune from you, would this clear the code? My car has no modds that i know of. only had for 3 months.


  13. avatar

    Hi I have a holden cruze 2009 1.8ltr engine how much for Ecuador retune/reflash and how much Kw it will gain. Thanks

  14. avatar

    Hi Mazda expert. I’ve my mazda 3 mps year 2006 recently, I’m thinking to put a Cobb tuning short ram intake in it, is it advisable to remaps/ retune it? How much power gain and what is the cost? Thanks.

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      Hi Tommy,

      The Short Ram or SF intake works well on the MPS, I would however recommend a tune. A Cobb AP is $795 and rising with the dollar. The SF intake $270 and also rising. A Custom tune is $595 with the purchase of the AP3 and you can expect to increase the power around 20-25kw.

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    Hi there, I have a 2006 mazda 3 mps.. how much to retune it and what improvements and the difference? Any HP gain? How long is gonna takes to retune it…Thanks

  16. avatar

    We have a 2007 mazda 6 mps. factory standard. wanting to know what we can do to get a little more out of it.

  17. avatar


    I have a mazda mps 6 with gtx2867, upgraded hpfp, intake, dump pipe and cooler. Any rough costs on how much it will cost to tune?

  18. avatar

    I have a CX7, has 170k on the clock and it has terrible turbo lag, always serviced, what are my options re fixing this? Costs as well please

  19. avatar

    Hi guys
    You have the GenII (BL) listed in your Tuning packages section Type 1, 2 & 3, but not here

    I was only interested in a MazdaEdit tune, can you perform and quote?

  20. avatar

    hello there! i just wondering if you guys able to tune sp23 model?

  21. avatar

    Hi there, I have a gen 1 mps, and have bought a Standback 2 with PNP harness a while back. It has a stock 16psi boost map on it so pretty much the same as standard and i have never had my car tuned with it (was a map from a mate). I want to get it tuned and thought since i already had the standback2 and pnp harness maybe you can tune this? if not i guess i will try flog it online and then get this ECU flash



  22. avatar

    how many kw would this add for the mazda 3 mps gen 2?

  23. avatar

    Is this package compatible with a 2010 Mazda 3 BL Series 1 Maxx Sport ? If not any other upgrades are available for this model ?

    Thank you.

  24. avatar

    Any updates on whether this is compatible with Gen II MPS’ yet?

  25. avatar

    I had this done. WOW, what a huge change in characteristic of my MPS3. If you have a Gen 1 MPS3, GET THIS DONE !!!

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