GM launched its new Global B electronic architecture for the 2020 model year, offering myriad benefits and advantages over previous digital underpinnings, including greater processing power and enhanced security. However, the Global B system also proved to be particularly tricky to crack with regard to aftermarket tuning, which is an issue for those owners eager to modify their ride. Now, HP Tuners has announced that it is offering support for GM Global B tuning and diagnostics.
“Our support provides pro tuners and enthusiasts with diagnostics and custom tuning capabilities for your GM vehicle’s stock control modules and convenient and direct OBDII flashing using our VCM Suite software and MPVI3 interface,” HP Tuners states. The control module upgrade service provides users with access to the complete VCM Suite software package, allowing users to scan, log, read, edit, and write as desired. It also includes access to engine parameters such as boost, cam timing, air/fuel ratio, injector timing, ignition timing, rev limiter, torque management, and more.
Some of the applications include such performance superstars as the C8 Corvette Stingray, the Cadillac CT5-V Blackwing and Cadillac CT4-V Blackwing, and the Cadillac Escalade-V. While each of these machines is impressive right out of the box, there are undoubtedly some owners out there who are eager for even more performance. Some folks, for example, may want to add forced induction to the C8 Corvette Stingray, a project that’s likely a whole lot easier with direct access to GM Global B tuning.
HP Tuners recently posted a video announcing its support for GM Global B tuning. The video includes a breakdown of what’s offered, as well as exciting footage of some the products available to be tuned doing their thing on the track. Check out the video right here:
For those customers that simply can’t live with the factory stock setup, this advancement from HP Tuners will surely be appreciated.