I'm trying to get my DCC loco(s) to perform similarly to my DC switchers. I have three switching puzzles on my trainboard (think Inglenook) and I've had fun running these on DC often with the throttle fixed at about 10% and simply using forward/reverse input over uncouplers to run the whole thing. Now I get that this is not very prototypical, but as a game, it keeps it snappy and fun. I have a UWT-50 on order and would like to get similar performance from (at least) one of my DCC locos. Right now using my Zephyr, if I pull a similar maneuver as above, there is a built-in ~1/4 second of deceleration/acceleration to zero speed/switch directions. I have checked that DCC CVs 3 and 4 are set to zero. I have read about CVs 23/24 which are described in the context of consists, so I don't know if they play a part here. So essentially, I am trying to program a zero-delay throttle on a DCC loco. Are there any other items I should be looking into? Factory-programmed items that perhaps need to be zeroed out? All input and discussion is appreciated. Thanks.