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Thread: CALC VET Summary Notes

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    B0120. See post 1 of this thread.

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    Thanks Darcy. I did change B0120 from 4000 to 400 per the tutorial, I just wasn't sure what it did. So as far as that part, I'm OK.

    Thanks again!
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    Also keep in mind during Calc.VET that the transient filter, if setup wide enough, will filter out VE contribution (which comes in during throttle transients)...

    but it is safer to willfully disable the VE via B0120.

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