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Thread: Is the VVE used past the Dynamic high RPM disable value?

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    Advanced Tuner WS6HUMMER's Avatar
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    Is the VVE used past the Dynamic high RPM disable value?

    Just curious on gen V how far I need to go with the VVE tuning go since I plan to lower the Dynamic RPM enable to about 2500. Also asking because the vehicle is boosted & I didn't know if I needed to move the P.R. boundaries any higher than I already have them now. I've done a little research and can't seem to find a definitive answer, I'm sure there are plenty here that know the answer to this question.
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    I'm curious as well.

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    Even if you run MAF only, the ecm still references it.
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    It references it for torque calculation but not for fueling when you set it to maf only.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahmedabri97 View Post
    It references it for torque calculation but not for fueling when you set it to maf only.
    Improper torque calculation affects fueling in ways HP tuners doesn't display.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HeavyChevy305 View Post
    Improper torque calculation affects fueling in ways HP tuners doesn't display.
    Sure does. OP, you need to tune the VVE as well or you'll be playing with dd and tq tables until you come back around for a second try and then tune the VVE table.
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