Go to the site noted below. It seems to me that the system shown there could be used for PCM reprogram- ming. Maybe it could be used for changing top speed limits, shift points, and the like. It's expensive....$2790.00.
I'm gonna wait and see what Intense will offer once they start working on the GXP.
Hopefully a cheaper option, $2800 USD is no chump change
FYI, the Bonneville GXP uses the 2000+ Northstar, not the 1993-99 Northstar. The PCM's (and everything else) are substantially different. If they do come out with a GXP program, it's possible they could apply it to 2000+ Caddy's and 2001+ Aurora's, but it might not mean it would help crack the code of the 1995-99 Aurora...
Edit: Also, that EASE tool looks like it is simply for loading a calibration. You would actually need a calibration that had the speed limiter lifted, etc, in order to be able to load it.
Last Edit: Jun 23, 2004 9:13:58 GMT -6 by Aurora40
They finished the PCM for the 2000+ Bonnevilles and now offer the same for older Bonnevilles.
FYI, the L67/L36 really didn't change at all from 1999 to 2000. The Bonnie itself went to a new platform, but the powertrains were pretty much the same. I doubt even the Series III changed as much from the Series II as the 2001 Aurora V8 did from the 1999 V8.
Anyway, I wasn't saying they won't do it, just that they are quite different. Glad you're in the loop on it... :-P