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has anyone does this and is this similar to the tune without sending the logs back and forth?Mazda Skyactiv / MZR ECU Bench Reflash ? www.peakperformance-tuning.com
It's still Mat's business from OV Tuning. The difference now is that he's partnered with Peak Performance Automotive in Colorado which allows him to develop more aftermarket products (eg. Headers, turbo kits, cams, etc.) while being the head tuner at a facility with dyno's. The tune calibration and process is the exact same as was done prior remotely. You can even go on-site now to get your car dyno-tuned.

The link you provided was not the same package as a prior remote tune. A bench flash means you send in your ECU, get it flashed by OV tuning with an OTS file, then put it back in your car and drive away... It won't be calibrated to bring out the most potential out of your car based on its mods and fuel type (it will be aimed to provide a safe high performance generic tune which is compatible with all similar cars running the same fuel). To get the most gains for your specific car and fuel type, the remote package is still the best way to go. Here is the same remote package which includes the tune, cable, and MazdaEdit software:

http://www.peakperformance-tuning.com/products/mazda-skyactiv-ecu-tune-kit
 

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Ah I see. Hopefully now that he has more help that the logs and tuning calibration will be faster. I read some guy waited 2 months to get his first log back. Thanks
 
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