If you are looking for VCM Editor, you have come to the right place. We explain what VCM Editor is and point you to the official download.
What is VCM Editor?
The VCM Editor from HP Tuners is a full-featured VCM (variable cylinder management) and PCM (power-train control module) utility that allows users to adjust parameters and program VCM/PCM devices. The program can access as well as save VCM/PCM data. Users can employ the program to calibrate their devices as well. Nearly all parameters are adjustable through the software: Transmission Shift pressures, FAN Temperatures, settings for the Speedometer and more can all be edited using the VCM Editor. It also includes a setting recovery feature in case reflashing issues occur.
The program saves VCM/PCM memory data as binary files. It can edit those files completely and flash the recalibrations to the VCM/PCM, allowing comprehensive user control over automotive system management. It is capable of editing Vehicle Identification Numbers and is also equipped with a utility that packs diagnostic scanning tools to help users identify problem areas. Data is presented in a number of ways, from visual graphs to numeric quick-reference tables. The main interface itself is of the graphical user interface type.
The program is for Windows operating systems with XP, Vista, and 7. It requires at least 512MB of RAM.
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Last updated: : July 11, 2014