Um.... Last time I did the experiment DFCO (Decelerative Fuel Cut Off) pulls fuel out during deceleration to save fuel. If DFCO is disabled you will have more popping on decel, (more unburned fuel going through the exhaust.) The more harshly FCO is applied the less popping. Better yet, what I did in my own custom tune is leave DFCO enabled, and then reduce the severity of the coastdown/and Idle Spark retard as the ECM references those tables in No throttle situations to reduce the popping. I don't mean to make an argument out of it, but either way can reduce it, I just think my way is more efficient. The only down side is that you lose some engine braking effect and it doesn't return to idle as quickly when revved.Um, my post right above yours is what needs to be done. It's the fuel cutoff to save fuel. It's not the car pulling timing. It is easy to tune it out though.
I liked it at first too. I'm just an old fart at 39I like hearing it and make it do it when people are walking in the neighborhood and shift from 4th to 3rd and gives some good pops then hit the gas. Got to love it.
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So I an Guessing no popping with the super turbos then. Oh well. It should be louder. Don't want wake the dead but a little more would be niceMy wife was actually disappointed with hers when we got it cause the SLP powerflo didn't have the pop it was quiet. So I had to take the old SLP loudmouths from mine and put them on hers now its stupid loud and she's happy which is a win for me.