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    Hey All...New here!!

    Hey All
    New here on Hp Tuners, 47yr old, husband & father
    I own a Pontiac G8 GT, (Play Car)call it the Black Panther, yeah I?m a Marvel movie junkie.
    Also own a 2007 Cadillac Escalade EXT (Daily).

    Wanted to say Hello

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    Welcome!
    It doesn't have to be perfect, it just needs to be done in two weeks...

    A wise man once said "google it"

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    Hi Bill, I'm new to actually trying to tune with HPTuners. Years ago I bought a suite, became intimidated and never used it. I currently bought the new VCM suite . I now have a 2000 Camaro Ss with a 4l60e .it was tuned on a Dyno by a professional using HPTuners. I'm in the process of converting to an M6 and don't know how to change the transmission settings. Can you help? Thank you in advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by chumbini View Post
    Hi Bill, I'm new to actually trying to tune with HPTuners. Years ago I bought a suite, became intimidated and never used it. I currently bought the new VCM suite . I now have a 2000 Camaro Ss with a 4l60e .it was tuned on a Dyno by a professional using HPTuners. I'm in the process of converting to an M6 and don't know how to change the transmission settings. Can you help? Thank you in advance
    We would recommend having the ecm flashed to an M6 file via tech 2, then reread, license & tune away.

    You could probably do a segment swap of multiple segments and maybe get away with it but flashing to a true M6 file is honestly your best bet.
    It doesn't have to be perfect, it just needs to be done in two weeks...

    A wise man once said "google it"

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    Hi Bill

    Can you elucidate on this one please?

    I'm not familiar with the context, equipment or specifics.

    Just looking to broaden my horizons


    Cheers