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Default 2016 883 with 1250 kit VE tables

So I have installed my 1250 kit and run multiple auto tunes. The bike feels great but has some decel popping. When I look at the VE tables there appears odd numbers in some of of the lower rpm/tps cells. See below - 1750/2, 1750/5, 2000/2 to name a few. Should I adjust these to be closer to the surrounding numbers

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Are you using target tune or just the narrow bands?

Edit: sorry, I just noticed this wasnt a dynojet product. Is this the VH tuner?
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Yea it’s a FP3. I rerun another tuning session and it’s better, but interesting the front VE table lowered some values and the rear increase some values.
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Should I adjust these to be closer to the surrounding numbers?
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...but interesting the front VE table lowered some values and the rear increase some values.
That seems normal. You have a front and rear injector but with a common throttle body and manifold (not individual runners) there does appear to be "fuel stealing" between the cylinders.
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So if I’m getting decel pop from 2500rpm down would I increase the VE table numbers in the 0 column in those ranges? And if so how much would you increase?
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Will FP3 let you decrease or shut off "deceleration enleanment"? That's the better place to start. I'm not familiar enough with what tables FP3 gives you access to.
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It has a table for deceleration enleanment and a table for acceleration enrichment. The enleanment table has a multiplier column which is editable, startin from 1.25 down to 1.00 at increasing temperature increments
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I'm assuming you have an enleanment table with a column of numbers at temperatures and then a separate enleanment multipler table with single number. Make the single number enleanment multiplier table 0 (zero) and see if that helps.

Deceleration enleanment is purely an emissions thing and not desirable. A "zero" multiplier will disable it.
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