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    HP Tuners Owner Keith@HPTuners's Avatar
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    Thumbs up VCM Suite 3.0 Is Finally Here!!!

    The long awaited release of 3.0 has finally arrived, and it is sure to impress!

    A complete rewrite of the 2.24 software, 3.0 was designed to be the fastest, most versatile and most feature-packed tuning and scanning solution available for the domestic vehicle market. We've taken all the lessons we've learned over the years, listened to your suggestions and re-engineered our software to give you the best tuning experience you can possibly have and to allow us to continue meeting your needs quickly and efficiently.




    Supported Vehicles List





    Major Features:
    • Broadcast parameters added!
      - This increases scanning rates dramatically!
    • Improved Math Parameter
      - Functional filtering via avg() and slope() functions
      - Variable wizard to help expression creation
    • New Interface!
      - Supports multiple instances of Gauge/Graph/Chart displays
      - Resize friendly
      - Much faster scrolling/drawing/updating of controls
    • Serial Inputs
      - Connect Widebands direct via a Serial Port. No more voltage offsets!
    • More parameters and scan methods added
      - GM routines improved for speed
      - Ford routines improved for speed
      - DMR added for Ford
      - Dodge routines improved for speed
    • Improved Channel and Parameter Selector forms
      - Filtering
      - Text Search
    • Import .csv file functionality added
      - Open logs from other software in VCM Scanner


    Full Changelog: http://www.hptuners.com/help/VCM-Sca...changelog.html





    Major Features:
    • Flexible licensing system allowing licensing for wide array of vehicles including crate motors and retrofits
      - This solves the invalid vin/os pair scenario
      - You can now license most of these vehicles right away
    • Improved calibration change history to allow going back to any previous revision
      - Full binary history of your changes are maintained within the .hpt file
      - Open up any restore point as a compare file, or in a new VCM Editor
    • Master/Slave tuning model allowing for remote tuning and restricted calibration access
      - Remote tune and still protect your calibration
    • Separate ECM/TCM Flashing
      - Flash only what you need to, saving time
    • GM Virtual Volumetric Efficiency Tool
      - View and edit your VE tables for newer GM vehicles from within VCM Editor
    • File import and export to Emotion and Powerteq devices
      - Adds options for tune deployment through third party devices
    • GM P01/P59 Segment Swapper
      - This enables users to do their own transmission segment swaps
    • Improved Parameter Navigator
      - Text Search


    Full Changelog: http://www.hptuners.com/help/VCM-Edi...changelog.html



    Vehicle Addition Highlights

    GM:
    Many additions included but are not limited to:
    • 15-16 Camaro & Corvette
    • 11-16 Duramax 6.6L Diesel
    • 12-16 Colorado/Canyon/S10 2.8L Diesel
    • 16 ATS-V
    • Continued support and parameter additions for all new and older platforms
    • 5 & 8 speed transmission support
    • E92 Crate Motor PCMs


    Ford:
    Many additions included but are not limited to:
    • 2003-2007 F-250 Powerstroke 6.0L
    • 2008-2010 F-250 Powerstroke 6.4L
    • 2011-2016 Mustang support (2.3L Ecoboost, 3.7L, 5.0L, 5.4L, 5.8L)
    • 2011-2016 F-150 (2.7L Ecoboost, 3.5L Ecoboost, 3.7L, 5.0L, 6.2L)
    • Enhanced Scanning across all Ford vehicles


    Dodge:

    Many additions included but are not limited to:
    • 2008-2016 Dodge Viper 8.4L
    • 3.6L Pentastar
    • 5.7L Hemi
    • 6.4L Hemi
    • Supercharged 6.2L Hellcat
    • 2003-2007 5.9L Cummins
    • A580 Transmission used in various models from 2005-2016
    • *Note: 2015-2016 vehicles need to have their PCMs unlocked via the PCM Modification Service before tuning.



    For the full list of supported vehicles, please see: Supported Vehicle List
    Last edited by Keith@HPTuners; 02-01-2016 at 01:17 PM.
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    Wow, that was unexpected, great job guys

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    Impressive!

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    Version 3.0!? Say it isn't so!

    Good work guys, looking forward to the press-release. (Seems the link to the press release is not active yet). Excited
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    Well shoot.......time to download

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    What link do you have that isn't working? Sounds like we might have an issue.

    The press release is here: http://www.hptuners.com/forum/showth...s-Finally-Here!!!
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    I get a permissions issue when I try to follow it and I'm logged in.

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    Same thing, no permissions to read it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shizon View Post
    I get a permissions issue when I try to follow it and I'm logged in.
    Me too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith@HPTuners View Post
    What link do you have that isn't working? Sounds like we might have an issue.

    The press release is here: http://www.hptuners.com/forum/showth...s-Finally-Here!!!
    This link doesn't work for me either. It says "you do not have permission to access this page"
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    +1 for me

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    Me too so what is new on 3.0??

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    Pats disabled on 2011+ f150 5.0 yet?

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    Works now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harnessconnection View Post
    Pats disabled on 2011+ f150 5.0 yet?
    Not yet.
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    Sorry about that, so much stuff going on today!
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    How do I import my old config? I had my old VCM scanner setup just perfect and its all gone including all my formulas stressing out I can't remember everything I did for the life of me over the years.

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    Outstanding! Been enjoying the Beta.
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    Add the ability to open .bin format?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mourat View Post
    How do I import my old config? I had my old VCM scanner setup just perfect and its all gone including all my formulas stressing out I can't remember everything I did for the life of me over the years.
    Installing 3.0 won't erase/remove any of your old files, they'll still be there. If you need to reference them, you can uninstall 3.0 and reinstall 2.24.

    3.0 doesn't support the older 3.0 config files.

    There are many additional math parameters built into 3.0 though. If you need help building one that isn't there, we can help.
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