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Since the upper range cut tables haven't been found in the current definition, the hysteresis tables are a little wonky to use. The OFF table should be the higher RPM value, and the ON table should be a few hundred RPM lower. From what I can tell, there is no way to disable the high RPM cut.

There are four reasons to disable the DFCO:

1. You want the vehicle to roll on decel - this is why Cadillac fuels on decel.
2. You want a smooth decel - this is why (non-endurance) racing vehicles rarely run a fuel cut.
3. You are tuning the vehicle - this just removes a variable for the tuner to consider while reading logs.
4. You want to make noise - disabling decel fuel cut and running rich on overrun is a surefire way to get burbles, pops, and bangs.
 

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I had DFCO turned off... I did the wrong question... Is there any advantage in turning the component protect off besides the backfires? Did you see any improvement by turning it off?

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