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    Default Re: Mazdaedit - "open-source" tuning knowledge meet

    Quote Originally Posted by loki View Post
    I may also be interested to come listen in
    yeah np. its just a how to use the mazdaedit software and a sharing of general knowledge, hopefully not just solely from myself.
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    Default Re: Mazdaedit - "open-source" tuning knowledge meet

    I've subbed this thread as I'm very interested in learning more about mazdaedit and tuning in general. just not sure if I can make it to toronto when this occurs to be in attendance.
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    Default Re: Mazdaedit - "open-source" tuning knowledge meet

    this sunday is still a go for those who want to attend.

    plus, according to orangevirus, the third gen mazda 3 ecu is supposedly now available for tuning with mazdaedit. just a fyi.

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    Default Re: Mazdaedit - "open-source" tuning knowledge meet

    Had forgotten all about this. I'll actually be in town this weekend, but have a bunch of stuff to do. Will try my best to make it out.

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    Default Re: Mazdaedit - "open-source" tuning knowledge meet

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    Address? Lol
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    Default Re: Mazdaedit - "open-source" tuning knowledge meet

    I intend to be there. But im going in blind on the topic of discussion, so my participation will probably be pretty limited.

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    Default Re: Mazdaedit - "open-source" tuning knowledge meet

    Im unfortunately not going to make it. But thank you for offering your time to share with people.

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    @Kiyomi just got in from Florida.. Going to try but as I said before ... Yeah going to try

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    WHERE IS IT I JUST walked into a gymnastic club and lady came out do you need any help whois blue 2nd gem gt here?
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    Default Re: Mazdaedit - "open-source" tuning knowledge meet

    Thanks @Kiyomi for setting this up, and thanks @hamza7 for allowing a place to meet up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ace_master View Post
    Thanks @Kiyomi for setting this up, and thanks @hamza7 for allowing a place to meet up!
    thanks for coming out and showing real interest. hope it was helpful

    as for future meets, there needs to be more real interest other than signing up and not showing. I might do another meet in the future if there is enough want for one, other than that, there will be no more for the foreseeable future.

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    Default Re: Mazdaedit - "open-source" tuning knowledge meet

    Sorry I couldn't attend Justin, had a bit of a hectic weekend. I'm sure whoever attended learned a bunch though! Hopefully members can show more interest in the future and take advantage of this favor you're providing. I shall keep my eyes open for a potential Round 2

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    Default Re: Mazdaedit - "open-source" tuning knowledge meet

    I would have loved to attend but couldn't. I wish there were an online tutorial for beginners. Epifans videos are good buy they dont explain much about the basic tuning concepts or where to begin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bretdes View Post
    I would have loved to attend but couldn't. I wish there were an online tutorial for beginners. Epifans videos are good buy they dont explain much about the basic tuning concepts or where to begin.
    i could prob do one.
    except that i would need help video editing/filming since im horrible at that stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiyomi View Post
    i could prob do one.
    except that i would need help video editing/filming since im horrible at that stuff.
    Somebody help! Im not any help with video editing.
    How about just a text explination.
    I have the personal version registered to my car and computure.
    I did a couple logs... what should i be focusing on? The knock retard? Timing? Cam timing? AFR? What will i be making changes to when i am looking for more performance? I have a 2013 skyactiv 2.0

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    Default Re: Mazdaedit - "open-source" tuning knowledge meet

    Sorry for raising this thread back up...
    When tuning the VVT values, is it safe to assume that increasing the numbers is advancing the valves?



    Quote Originally Posted by bretdes View Post
    Somebody help! Im not any help with video editing.
    How about just a text explination.
    I have the personal version registered to my car and computure.
    I did a couple logs... what should i be focusing on? The knock retard? Timing? Cam timing? AFR? What will i be making changes to when i am looking for more performance? I have a 2013 skyactiv 2.0
    I hope you got your answer...

    In case ppl are wondering:
    If you got an aftermarket intake, it's best to start a MAF calibration.

    With our skyactiv engines and with the MazdaEdit personal, there's only so much we can do because of the complexity of the tech.
    For now: MAF calibration, then VVT... only ones I remember atm

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    You need to start with MAF calibration as all of the calculations are based on it. Then you can mock with Afr.
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    Default Re: Mazdaedit - "open-source" tuning knowledge meet

    I would like to attend because I want to purchase a tune. Any chance another meet is coming up?

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    Default Re: Mazdaedit - "open-source" tuning knowledge meet

    would be interested in one pretty new in scene have a 2007 mazda 3 hatch 2.3L stock first gen non-turbo would love to get ideas and much more. I am a apprentice mechanic for a good year in markham area

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    Default Re: Mazdaedit - "open-source" tuning knowledge meet

    I recently had the opportunity to work with @nepal1344 on his hybrid 2.5l motor 2.0l ecu/parts. It took a few revisions to get it to work out, but it was fun to help out another member who was having difficulty with someone else's tune. If anyone still needs help with mazdaedit
    or other software, just pm me. Software that I am comfortable with is (Cars>Mazdaedit, Brzedit, Openflash, Osiris/Revup,--- Bikes> Ftecu Flash w/qs, powercommander, bazzaz). Dabbled a bit with Cobb for 2015 wrx+, and woolich racing for bikes. Or if you just wanna talk tuning or modding, pm me. Keeping the spirit of "open-Source", the help and any knowledge is free.

    no point in doing meets, because last time i offered it, only a few people showed up lol. wow this was 2 yrs ago already.

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    It would be great if we could continue this in 2021 !

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