Injectors being cut

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darren
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Injectors being cut

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So if I'm driving along at say 30mph, 1% to 2% throttle, my injectors keep being cut causing a jerk.
Engine is a b16 on ITB's

Any ideas?
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Has this been properly tuned on the dyno?
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It has been tuned on a dyno by myself, its my first tune so I'm still learning but runs great apart from 1-2% throttle opening. I shall upload the datalog
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You can see the problem in the first 15 seconds
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Post the calibration as well
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Calibration is now attached
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Do you have the MAP sensor connected and reading vacuum?
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Yes, vacuum taken from all 4 runner's to a vac box, then map sensor reading vac from there
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IT is most likely form the overrun fuel cutoff settings. Try adjusting those and see if that has the desired effect.
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Go into TPS parameters, lower the TPS % for overrun fuel cutoff (TPS), and lower the numbers for MAP (kPa) in the overrun cutoff (MAP). I use 18-19 on mine up to around 4000rpm and its smooth as can be.
'91 CRX, B18c1, T3/T4, 17psi on e85, FIC 1000cc's, S300 V3 P28
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