Not really sure what you are skeptical about?
Idle state fueling is not adjusted only APPS inputted fueling is adjusted. so depending on how the anti stall works it may still work as normal, Tylers truck didn't seem to have issues with this. You can do a sudo anti stall be simply setting 0 psi to a slightly higher % than 1 psi.
If you set it for %50 then you will get %50 if you set it for %75 you will get %75, so it is not a half power mode, rather a power reduction scale, based upon user input. This is no different than tuning a truck with EFI live, if you tune badly your truck will run badly. for the lvl 3 canbus fueling you would not set the 0psi % to 50. Even with Tyler's 300 hp injectors we had it set to %75 I think. Tuning your anti stall to work well might require a higher % at 0 psi vs 1 psi, I dunno. Point is you can tune that with this new tuning.
Keep in mind that this is all controlled via the custom tunes so you can have a trailer tune and a dd tune and a smoke free tune and a low grunt tune, switching just requires clicking the new tune so it is on the fly.
Like Tyler I am testing this also.
My impressions with it is that my usable throttle range is more like stock now when driving around town. I am not relying on a given apps point to limit fueling / smoke. Before the truck was mostly driven between 0 and 25 % APPS input. Now I am using 0 - 50 to get around.
The truck isn't slower however, but you need to get used to using more throttle than before since you are able to go past the TPS points without worry of smoking out the guy behind you. This means you feel like the truck is laggier, but doing side by side data logging I can see that the truck is faster if the main requirement is not smoking out the guy behind you. I will have to export my data logs with the time passing to show this. Where as before you hit %40 throttle and you had almost %100 worth of fuel you now need to be using %60-70 throttle to get the same fueling.
With this said I am able to drive the truck much more preppy without smoke compared to before. I no longer have to leave a stop light by going to %15, hold for a second then %25, then %30, I can just put my foot to %30 or %50 and it goes without the smoke, if I keep holding at %50 boost will build and before I know it I am moving pretty dang good. I would say that my truck significantly cleaner up at this altitude compared to what it used to be like at sea level.
Wiretap scaling is a nice feature so I can ensure that I am not hitting the pump TPS min without boost, before I would sometimes be climbing a hill at just under the wiretap point, then I would hit the wiretap point and the truck would start rolling coal because there was too much load for the revs and fueling. Or I would be trying to merge and hit the wiretap min and I was smoking out everyone on the sidewalk.
I need to spend more time tuning in the 4-8 psi range, but I think it is a nice improvement in terms of being used around town with some peppy driving, no more watching my passenger mirror watching for smoke. The power is still there when I want it.
Here is my old DD tune snapping to %50 ish and %35 ish OEM fueling no canbus no wiretap
and here is leaving a stop light with the v2 at a %0 to %45 throttle snap had to let off about half way through the intersection due to someone turning Canbus and wiretap