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Equipped with enhanced features like Bluetooth®, our Proprietary Expansion Port, and Mobile Device Support, the powerful MPVI2 makes it faster and easier to read, edit, and write your vehicle’s software.
The MPVI2 comes packaged with VCM Editor and VCM Scanner and programming/USB cables, making up the essentials of VCM Suite, bringing you one of the most powerful and inclusive 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.
The Pro Feature Set takes your MPVI2 to the next level. It includes a Pro-Link cable and enhanced firmware, allowing you to log additional, analog signals that are not part of the factory ECM. It comes with a free Pro-Link cable, allowing you log up to two analog inputs with the Pro Feature Set. More Pro Features are coming soon, which will be available to all Pro users!
VCM Editor, which comes with the MPVI2, allows you to read most vehicle 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.
VCM Scanner, which comes with the MPVI2, gives you the most powerful and comprehensive scan tool on the market. View, chart, and log diagnostic data in real time via the vehicle’s OBDII diagnostic data port. View and clear vehicle Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs) along with other vehicle module information. Command control functions like closed loop, fans, gear select, timing, air fuel ratio and so much more all in real time. No editor package can be considered complete without comprehensive scan tool capabilities.