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97 GT Fuel Cut-Off Issue

I have AEM Wideband AFR in my car. Also have Diablosport chip and a custom tune. But I have suspicions about my tune maybe you guys can help me. Here's my problem:

When I let of throttle while I'm cruising, AFR shows around 13,5 for 1-2 seconds, than it shows normal rate that around 14,7 which have to be shown at idle. I wonder that is this normal or is it rich?

My another question is about fuel cut-off. When I let of gas my AFR is about 14,7 which is normal at idle, but not seems like fuel cut.

However, for instance if I cruise around 120 mph and than let off throttle it seems like fuel cut-off exists until rpm's come down to 2000 because AFR becomes lean which can't be shown. Wideband only shows 3 little lines which means that afr is extremely lean (seems like cut-off).

So I strongly think that I'm burning more fuel than I need.

What do you think about it?


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