We suggest setting activation and hysteresis values to avoid de-staging while remaining at high engine load. During de-staging fuel is stripped from the manifold walls upstream of the primary injectors, which doesn't occur in a smooth linear fashion. The result temporary fueling may be a concern while at high engine load, but is NOT a concern when the driver releases the throttle after a pull. During lift throttle, fuel cut will stop all injection, and the wall film from all injectors will be consumed uneventfully.
An example of activation settings which might induce the condition we are advising against would be: setting all activations very low, and using Minimum Staged Inj, Pulsewidth as the primary activator, with a small hysteresis. Pulsewidth generally follows the torque curve. If the torque curve tapers as the engine revs out, as many setups do, you may fall below Minimum Staged Inj, Pulsewidth and hysteresis, causing the system to de-stage at high RPM while at WOT.
Regardless of the activation thresholds you choose, using sufficient hysteresis values is another way to avoid destaging during pulls.
Another example of a way to avoid this would be using Injector Duty Cycle Activation Threshold as your primary activator, since duty cycle will continue to increase throughout the powerband. Keep in mind duty cycle will drop during high load gear changes, and set staging activations accordingly.