What I meant by this is that it always seems my engine isn't idling at the high enough level of 1100 rpm to allow fuel cut to take place. It seems that if I let up on the clutch fast, fuel cut starts with regeneration. Although I do notice that sometimes if I let up on the clutch really slowly, it allows me to coast in fuel cut without loosing speed while NOT getting any regen energy in the process. Basically, I tend to try to get this to occur when going down a very slight declinedown the hill, it always seems I need to push down on the accelerator ever so slightly to get 150 MPG (not quite fuel cut, but the closest I can get to it without loosing speed because of regenerative braking.
No.redgiki said:Is there any way to induce fuel cut mode without also incurring regenerative braking
My car seems to think otherwise... If I release the clutch really slowly, it seems to enter fuel cut while not regenerating any energy and thus slowing the car down. BUT, an other thing I sometimes need to do to get this to work is to take it out of gear and put it back in gear while releasing the clutch very slowly.Is there any way to induce fuel cut mode without also incurring regenerative braking