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Old 04-24-2012, 05:34 PM   #1
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Default EFI Live - Abuse Management Table?

Just saw this table for the first time.

Says upper level - 6,600 rpm
Lower level - 6,500 rpm

Abuse mangement commanded fuel .833

Does anyone know anything about this. Is this ok to leave it where it is?

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Hi Bill, what year/vehicle/ECM...?
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2000 formula, 6 spd
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Are you referring to the Abuse tables in the transmisson segment...?
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Just set abuse tables to a setting that can't be engaged, like enabled over 7500 or something.
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Thanks, It's a folder under engine calibration called abuse management.
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It comes oem so that abuse management can only be activated if throttle position is greater than 100%. I don't change anything in that table. Never been a factor or issue.
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It comes oem so that abuse management can only be activated if throttle position is greater than 100%. I don't change anything in that table. Never been a factor or issue.
Not all cars/trucks are the same calibration from the factory.
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Not all cars/trucks are the same calibration from the factory.
Yes, that's correct. The LS oem parameters that I've seen, including a 2000 Formy have B1207 set to "0" and so abuse management is disabled unless you're sitting still. Out of curiousity, which ones come oem with Abuse management enabled above zero kph/mph?
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