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    HP Tuners Introducing 19-20 Silverado & Sierra Support



    19-20 Silverado & Sierra Support (L84/L87)

    Introducing support for the 19-20 Silverado and Sierra 1500 5.3L & 6.2L engines.

    Tuning will require an MPVI2 interface, the latest beta software, and an internet connection.
    ECM Modification will be required, and licensing cost is 10 credits.

    Visit the E90 product page on our website for more details.
    https://www.hptuners.com/products/

    • Click here to purchase an MPVI2
    • Click here to download the latest version of our VCM Suite software


    Chevrolet
    • 19-20 Silverado 1500 5.3L, 6.2L


    GMC
    • 19-20 Sierra 1500 5.3L, 6.2L





    For the full VCM Editor Change Log, please see the following link:
    http://www.hptuners.com/help/vcm-editor/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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    Quote Originally Posted by Darek@HPTuners View Post


    19-20 Silverado & Sierra Support (L84/L87)

    Introducing support for the 19-20 Silverado and Sierra 1500 5.3L & 6.2L engines.

    Tuning will require an MPVI2 interface, the latest beta software, and an internet connection.
    ECM Modification will be required, and licensing cost is 10 credits.

    Visit the E90 product page on our website for more details.
    https://www.hptuners.com/products/

    • Click here to purchase an MPVI2
    • Click here to download the latest version of our VCM Suite software


    Chevrolet
    • 19-20 Silverado 1500 5.3L, 6.2L


    GMC
    • 19-20 Sierra 1500 5.3L, 6.2L





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

    Do you have read stock file for 2020 GMC Sierra?, to just check before send the pcm for swap

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    I did completed a tune on a 6.2 2020 10 spd with e90 ecu and thanks for the access. i am doing another tomorrow but i am having serious issues tuning due to having no ability to lock it in gear without it downshifting. i tune everything on dyno. My question when will we have access to these new 10spd modules via scanner to lock then in gear, and also with editor to tune them?
    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by obd2 View Post
    I did completed a tune on a 6.2 2020 10 spd with e90 ecu and thanks for the access. i am doing another tomorrow but i am having serious issues tuning due to having no ability to lock it in gear without it downshifting. i tune everything on dyno. My question when will we have access to these new 10spd modules via scanner to lock then in gear, and also with editor to tune them?
    Thanks
    why is it that expensive to tune these trucks , it costs almost 3 grands just to start tuning

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    Quote Originally Posted by malikib View Post
    why is it that expensive to tune these trucks , it costs almost 3 grands just to start tuning
    Because of the R&D required to support them, not to mention the cost of a new GM ecm that we need to unlock. Unfortunately the route GM has taken does not lean towards people tuning their own vehicles meaning more work for us so unfortunately we have to pass some of those costs onto the customer.
    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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    Can I disable DOD/AFM/DFM or whatever GM is now calling it?

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    Why does the "Supported Vehicles" page not currently state that ECM Modification/Exchange is required (similar to how the Chrysler stuff does)?
    https://www.hptuners.com/vehicles/

    Also, I assume you can update tire size and disable speed limiter without TCM support?

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    Quote Originally Posted by calgarylsswapper View Post
    Can I disable DOD/AFM/DFM or whatever GM is now calling it?
    Anybody know?

    You would think for that kind of dough it should make you breakfast.

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    HP Tuners will need to update this thread now.

    They dropped the exchange price and credit amount to tune these new trucks now.

    https://www.hptuners.com/product/e90-modified-ecm-purchase-ecm-exchange-service/




    Also this for new people to the game.

    The HP Tuners E90 ECM Exchange Service is now $699.99 or FREE with a qualifying purchase! Licensing cost for the E90 ECM has also been changed to 8 credits.
    To qualify, add the E90 Exchange Service product to your cart along with an MPVI2 + 8 credits, and the E90 Exchange Service price will automatically be zeroed out.
    Last edited by 5FDP; 06-12-2021 at 12:09 AM.
    2016 Silverado CCSB 5.3/6L80e, not as slow but still heavy.

    If you don't post your tune and logs when you have questions you aren't helping yourself.