Yes, but with the note that it is not yet fully supported. As I understand it, there are difficulties with some of the gen v engines- car pulley systems, 2017 and up engines have locked computers and I donít think they have tested all the various platforms - lt4, etc.
If you have an L83 or L86 pre 2017 it seems to be fairly straight forward. Iíll let you know when I get mine done. I plan to wrap it up in March.
The truth is not clear about the locked computers , as I understand it there are just a few types that will be effected .
GM's Australian Holden being one , there are a few others but , Very Few , will be affected .
If you are talking about OE certification , well that's another matter .
All computers would be "locked" , there is a system within that would show that someone was in the computer and it would probably get the build rejected for certification and a registration or a license plate in the state that would allow the swap based on the OE requirements .
About the only way you would be able to have a "custom tune " is to have two computers and hope you don't get caught in a spot inspection running the "hot" computer .
Clarity on these issues will be known WHEN and IF a swap company finally receives OE certification .
There is a lot of money and time to be spent by the company to achieve this , good luck and hard work are the reward to the company that gets there , they will have a real winner especially in Cali , CARB certification is just the last obstacle to get beyond .
I wish I knew the truth , but I don't , only those that are working on it know , but they aren't talking .