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    looking at your tune your map B3320 settings were to high.try this tune.
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    Try this. Some of the settings may not be what you're expecting-- don't change them. DFCO should become active as soon as you take your foot off the gas pedal. Let me know how it works.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dfe1
    Try this. Some of the settings may not be what you're expecting-- don't change them. DFCO should become active as soon as you take your foot off the gas pedal. Let me know how it works.
    Did you remove the attached file for a reason?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mistermike
    Did you remove the attached file for a reason?
    I wasn't aware it had been removed. I'll repost it as soon as I can find it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dfe1
    I wasn't aware it had been removed. I'll repost it as soon as I can find it.
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    I am looking to buy EFILive soon, but don't have any experience with it, what are these tables here, like B3336 and such? What are the values? How do I view them?

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    Download/install the software from www.efilive.com/downloads

    Then from the tunetool, open a sample bin file (say 2001_Corvette_Man.tun or 2002_Camaro_Auto.tun for example)
    located in the folder My Documents\EFILive\V7\bin.

    Then in the tunetool's search dialog box (upper left, under "Navigator:"), type B3336 (uppercase B) and press Search...
    this takes you directly to table B3336...

    Each table shows:
    - description of what the table does,
    - links to related tables,
    - each axis's units and max/min values.

    Press F1 to bring up the tunetool user manual pdf for more info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dfe1
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    so these settings are working for ppl? I have been told (seen on here) from several that cutting DFCO off makes it worse...well from these tables several of the enablers are set to off..that doesn't entirely cut it off correct? just eliminates that enabler?

    how many ppl have had succes stories from this? I'm interested in just stopping my car from going rich on decel...i don't want to try and CUT fuel, just get it away from going rich
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    I've used the data (or something very close) in the tables I posted in a variety of vehicles with excellent results. The values are fairly aggressive, so you may want to soften the spark ramping a bit. There won't be any doubt when DFCO becomes active-- wide band AFR readings will go to 19:1 and you'll feel a change in the rate of deceleration. If you're having problems, I'd be happy to look at your file and make some suggestions.

    Why don't you want to cut fuel?
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