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WONT TAP

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2016 ATS-V A8, 2018 ATS-V M6, 2022 CT4-V Blackwing A10
After eight months, 8,000 miles, 165 dyno pulls and five track days in Florida, Texas and Ohio, we are very close to releasing our CT4-V Blackwing performance packages. Today’s peak dyno numbers are essentially the same as the ones we shared last month. However, you will notice that we figured out how to bring in another 100 whp and 150 wtq at 4,000 rpm. The current powerband now holds 600 whp or higher all the way from 4,000 rpm to red line!

We are going to call our first four mod/tuning levels the White, Blue, Purple and Brown Belt Performance Packages. Each one will include minor engine modifications, additional hardware and software installation, debugging and custom dynamometer tuning. Power levels will range from 450 to 650 whp and all inclusive pricing will be approximately $5,000 to $20,000. The first 25 to 50 CT4-V Blackwing packages will be installed and tuned live and in person here at our facility in Ohio, so we can ensure everything is perfect.

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Keep in mind they're only planning to develop it. They don't have anything today. Also, if your car tries to update the ecu over wifi and sees it's been modified GM COULD brick your ecu.

Also, if this was possible, how has it not been figured out on the FAR larger C8 market?
It is funny that of the Global B based cars, two companies have selected the CT4 BW as the one to crack first...
 
We purchased our first Blackwing 14 months ago, and have been working on our performance packages for more than eight months now. It's good to see we've generated enough excitement that others are finally getting interested enough to start their own development. Competition is good for the industry, and we wish them well in trying to crack what others have been working on for years now without success.
 
It is funny that of the Global B based cars, two companies have selected the CT4 BW as the one to crack first...
We are LF4 specialists. That's why Tapout Tuning made the decision to have one of the first Blackwings in the country, and devote whatever resources are required to develop safe and reliable performance packages.
 
Keep in mind they're only planning to develop it. They don't have anything today. Also, if your car tries to update the ecu over wifi and sees it's been modified GM COULD brick your ecu.

Also, if this was possible, how has it not been figured out on the FAR larger C8 market?
To the bold, this aught to be illegal. If your car has been paid for, they should have zero authority to access your car to destroy something that no longer belongs to them.
 
They'll probably claim you don't own the software, just a licensed user.
Just added another reason to hate this whole electric vehicle movement. I'm all for advancing tech. I'm not for having rules against doing something that is rightfully mine, like an HOA. As much as they think they know what is best for me, they can kiss my ass. I'll paint my fence like a piano if I want dangit!
 
Another four weeks of testing and validation have resulted in even more refinement, plus another 23 peak whp. The ultimate goal is to earn a set of these killer t-shirts so stay tuned! :D

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