I just put 2 sec delay and it 's working well. I control idle valve so when DEFCO is enabled valve is open and DEFCO is softer.
Yes that post is mine. I have tested that map setting in DFCO and it's not working. That's why i did that time delay. In map base we have problem that map is dropping so quickly it dose not help in that problem. One how you can control that map dropping is open idle valve fully when rpm is high but still map drops under that setting fast.
We have car's in different use. I use it daily drive and i don't need maximum power. In traffic jam and city cruising that delay is nice.PSIG wrote: ↑Thu Feb 06, 2020 5:19 pm+1. That's a big reason for street and now used in most forms of racing for multiple reasons. It also expands the available torque range of the throttle, which is useful on the street, but very useful on the track. Including MAP allows the relatively linear range of torque from max power through zero torque to max "negative" torque, selected by your foot. There are other ways to use it.
If you don't want reduced torque on shifting, then either use the flat-shift function or don't lift your foot so far. These last comments are not directed at you @Ilotalo, but to others generally. Not to sound harsh, but I'd rather that people who are not using the full capabilities of functions or do not consider other ways of using them, or are not tuning, racing or driving in ways or classes others do, not try to define or limit the parameters of that function. If some users really need delays, then we should add them! I don't (today ), but I need MAP in order to define my expanded decel torque curve. @Ilotalo - thanks for asking for other input.
Yes, different uses. FWIW, I never had any issues with DFC in traffic (or any other time) when using rpm, MAP and TPS. It was effectively invisible except in higher-rpm full decel, where it extended the torque range. Do your thing!
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