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Flattening,
the left side of your VE2 table around idle varies between 90 and 95 or so,
as MAP changes or RPM changes a little there is a resulting change in VE which is changing the Frequency valve duty a couple of points right at the 16 second mark where idle comes good

I too think the map change is an effect of something else in the system, but the resulting VE change when map changes could in fact be the cause of the bad idle

if we can get VE2 to not change when MAP changes that little bit at idle, that should behave exactly the same as the factory FV control and hopefully stop the RPM change when MAP changes
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