HP Tuners Announces 3.6 VCM Suite Compatibly for 2018 Camaro

HP Tuners has just become the very first company with tuning software to support the 2018 Camaro. If you already have the 3.6 VCM Suite for the 2017 Camaro, you are set, all you have to do is run the update for 2018 compatibility. This will allow you to unlock the full potential of the 2018 Camaro with powerful tuning features.

This is a perfect solution for both shops, as well as individuals who want to tweak the computer of their new Camaro. Learn more about the 3.6 VCM Suite and how to use it for 2017 and up Camaros in the release from HP Tuners below.

Official Release:

HP Tuners is the first to support the 2018 Camaro. Another reminder for version 3.6 of VCM Suite. Ensure you stay up-to-date by updating your software!

VCM Editors Flash utility allows the user to read the VCM/PCM flash memory and save it to a binary file. The Flash utility allows a valid calibration to be written to the VCM/PCM and also incorporates an automatic VCM/PCM recovery capabilities for ultimate protection against any reflashing problems that may be encountered.

The VCM Editor also allows modification of the saved binary image. The VCM Editor allows all parameters such as Spark, Fuel, RPM Limits, FAN Temps, Transmission Shift points and pressures, Speedometer settings and many, many more. The editor provides an easy to use graphical interface and many powerful table manipulation capabilities such as copying, scaling and shifting to name a few.

Please note the following updates to the process for tuning 2017+ GM Vehicles:

Step 1: Download and install the latest VCM Suite 3.6 update available on your customer page

Step 2: Connect the vehicle and read it.

Step 3: IF you receive a message that the vehicle can’t be read at this time and to try again. Please wait at least 30 minutes and then try to read the vehicle again using VCM Suite 3.6.

Important Note Make sure you are connected to the internet for the first time you are tuning a 2017+ GM vehicle.

This is required only for the first time you are tuning a specific vehicle using a specific PC. Other instances where you will need an internet connection include:

◦Tuning a different 2017+ GM Vehicle

◦Using a different PC to tune the same 2017+ GM vehicle you have already tuned before

If you have any questions about this updated process, please email Support.

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