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VF TUNER 1.2.9.9.7 Released

- Multiple new 3UR-FBE and 3UR-FE ECUs Supported
- Sequoia/LX/LC 3UR Support
- 2019 0CP70 0CP80 Tundra Full support
- Generation 2 Phase 5 ECU TCU Read And Flash Now Supported
- Generation 2 Phase 5 TCU Read and Upload Functionality
- Generation 2 Phase 5 TCU Brick Recovery Functionality
- Generation 2 Phase 5 ECU Brick Recovery Functionality - Update
- Resources folder (inside installation folder) includes Tuning PDFs - will be continually updated
- Tacoma 4.0L Manual Transmission 2009+ Support Updated
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Changes From Stock That Effect MPG

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  • Changes From Stock That Effect MPG

    Hey VFTuner , I've been messing around with a modified stock tune that contains my throttle, shifting, acis, and TV settings and have noticed that the instant mpg read out is more likely to stay at 30mpg compared to my heavily modified 2.0 tune. Comparing my intake and exhaust vvt maps to stock, they're identical in the load vs rpm range when I see the instant bar at its max of 30mpg. What other maps would it make sense to look at to try and get this to happen on my 2.0 tune. Ignition maps perhaps? Airload tables?
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