Alright last question(s)... hopefully. Thanks for playing along though.I haven't attempted to open HPT files with any other program. When they first started business, the files were .bin, but I think they had problems with hackers bypassing their licensing scheme, so they migrated to their own .hpt file format.
Pricing is correct, however the interface is useful for a huge number and type of vehicles ( Supported Vehicles List – HPTuners ), so if you ever contemplate tuning any other vehicle, HPT is the way to go. I've used it since 2004, and couldn't be happier, although I'm still using an MPVI1 interface and haven't upgraded to the MPVI2. I borrowed one from a fellow whose Jeep/GMC 5.3 I'm tuning in order to play with the Eco files.
Can you edit any part of the file or are you strictly limited to what HP Tuners lets you edit? For example, can you make the changes I've shown above without HP Tuners defining the table?
And it works with android/ios right? so you could have your different tunes loaded on your phone and just load them that way?