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    Hyundai Veloster Turbo Support



    Hyundai Veloster Turbo Support Now Available


    HP Tuners presents support for the Hyundai Veloster 1.6L Turbo, model years 2012-2018.

    By far the most comprehensive solution available on the market for the Veloster, VCM Suite
    will allow you to edit over 400 parameters as well as scan important parameters necessary
    for maximizing your vehicle's performance. Best of all - tuning is available via the OBD2 port!

    Some examples of our parameter coverage:

    Attachment 83613 Attachment 83614 Attachment 83615

    Attachment 83617 Attachment 83616


    Access to the Veloster's MED17.9.8 controller requires 4 Universal Credits and is only available
    with our latest generation MPVI2 and VCM Suite 4.

    Need an MPVI2? You can order yours here!

    If you don't have the latest Beta version of VCM Suite, you can download it from our website
    or directly here.

    Please note, you will require an active internet connection to tune this vehicle.

    Hyundai
    • 2012-2018 Hyundai Veloster Turbo (1.6L T)





    For the full VCM Editor Change Log, please see the following link:
    http://www.hptuners.com/help/VCM-Edi...changelog.html

    For the full VCM Scanner Change Log, please see the following link:
    https://www.hptuners.com/help/VCM-Sc...changelog.html


    For more information, and to view the latest supported vehicles list, click here.

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    Hello,
    that's nice step up but 2018 is CPEGD 20.3 ecu,hptuners can still read it ?

    Thanks.

    Sam.

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    Any chance you want to try and support the Stingers?? I have access to one, LMK!

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    So is this a simple handheld tuner an average person can use or do you have to be a tuner to do this?

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    Not for the average person. It's a real tuning platform meant for people that know how to tune already.

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    what controller does it use? i have a customer that just brought me his for a full tune and im getting a failed to validate checksum. 4.x.168 beta and MPVI2

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    Quote Originally Posted by txtailtorcher View Post
    what controller does it use? i have a customer that just brought me his for a full tune and im getting a failed to validate checksum. 4.x.168 beta and MPVI2
    Try updating to the latest beta, and if that does not work please send your read into support@hptuners.com so we can get your calibration added!
    If its not broke, just give it time.

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    VT are only 13-17 and 19+ MY to my knowledge. 19+ has a different ECU for sure.

    Can you list all the maps available to edit or link to what they look like? Want to try HP Tunerson this platform if it has more than what I have available now and especially if it has ability for auto transmission tuning to allow different shift points, higher line pressure, higher redline, etc to take advantage of built motor and transmission.

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    13-15 VT:
    List of all maps available?
    Auto Transmission support?

    16-17 VT:
    List of all maps available?
    DCT support?

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    Anyone in Michigan with the mpv2? I need my "read" info log so I can send it to hptuners. My tuner guy said some ECUs are locked and I want to see if mine is before I make the 2.5hr trip and not be able to get it tuned that day. '13 VT with a '14 engine

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    I would think a scan tool to tell you the calibration on the ecu and/or looking on the ecu itself that HPT may be able to tell you if supported or not. That is ofcourse if the ecu has not been tuned already.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trdtoy View Post
    I would think a scan tool to tell you the calibration on the ecu and/or looking on the ecu itself that HPT may be able to tell you if supported or not. That is ofcourse if the ecu has not been tuned already.
    It hasn't been touched to my knowledge. Yea I'm going to have to figure it out