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Deactivation Timeout

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I have a turbo dynamics query... Please could someone advise what I would use Deactivation Timeout for?
It is currently set to 2 seconds on my ECU, hence it adds a 2 second delay when returning to Stage 1 (from  Stage 2).

I don't understand why a delay is needed at all?

The car is a Subaru Impreza (EJ257).

Thanks in advance....

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It is used to prevent the closed loop returning to stage 1 during quick lift off events like gear changes etc.  Probably about 0.5sec would cover most.

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