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    • HP Tuners releases MPVI2 bluetooth OBDII device with internal logging support

      So what is this MPVI2 product and what does it do? Well, it is an OBD-II device that when plugged in is capable of scanning, storing, diagnostics, logging, and ECU calibrations. As it has internal memory it can store logs as well as multiple maps.


      In theory, it sounds pretty awesome:

      Quote Originally Posted by HP Tuners
      Package the MPVI2 together with VCM Editor and VCM Scanner, which make up the essentials of VCM Suite, and you have one of the most powerful, scanning, diagnostic, logging and calibration products on the market. Not to mention full support for our latest rendition of Track Addict, whether you frequent the drag strip, circuit, autocross or off-road the MPVI2 has the fastest scanning, logging and data transmission rates to ensure you capture everything.
      In practice, this will likely be relegated to mostly domestic applications as HP Tuners software and products usually are.

      It sounds like a dream product though with the ability to tell you everything about what your car is doing and allowing you to log without connecting a laptop and connect to bluetooth devices. It still also allows for a wired connection as well.

      Quote Originally Posted by HP Tuners
      Packaging VCM Editor together with MPVI2 allows you to read most vehicles control modules flash memory and save it in our proprietary .HPT file structure. VCM Editor enables you to adjust a multitude of complex parameters such as torque strategies, spark tables, fueling, RPM limits, fan activations, transmission shift points and pressures, exhaust valve control, speedometer settings and many more. Finally, you can write these changes back to the various vehicle control modules via the MPVI2.
      HP Tuners plans to expand the functionality as well:

      Quote Originally Posted by HP Tuners
      Taking the first generation MPVI, to the next level, with our Pro Feature Set allowing you to log your vehicle without a laptop (vehicle dependent), Expandable Internal Memory to store your calibration and log files, Bluetooth® connectivity for your laptop or mobile device and proprietary Expander Hub ready for analog / digital / voltage sensor and device inputs.
      This all sounds fantastic for $299 but to get the full impact of features you need the VCM suite.

      It remains to be seen what platforms are supported but if you do not have a domestic car do not get your hopes up.


      This article was originally published in forum thread: HP Tuners releases MPVI2 bluetooth OBDII device with internal logging support started by Sticky View original post
      Comments 2 Comments
      1. subaru335i's Avatar
        subaru335i -
        Damn, I have MPVI already and a bunch of credits already but actually $299 for just the device isn't bad and I can still use my license for VCM and credits.
      1. Eleventeen's Avatar
        Eleventeen -
        A lot of people here have probably never had the pleasure of using HP Tuners, but it is an awesome thing. The GM applications can adjust almost any engine or trans parameter you can imagine, (with more being added). The logging abilities are also top notch; so many different filters and mathematic formulas that can be added to present very specific data points. The VCM suite is worth every penny of it’s relatively cheap price.