I honestly couldn't tell you. Maybe someone else has an idea?
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For some reason it seems to run just a tad better then Chevy's kernel. It seems to run better memory wise, which I think is the reason. In running services my phone gets really slow when its around 20 MB, but using this kernel keeps it around 40+ MB free. I don't even think that kernels have anything to do with the memory management, but it's just what seems to happen on my phone
Try the SV kernel, run it for an hour, let your phone cool down, run the LV kernel for an hour, and see if your phone runs cooler on the SV kernel -- it's counter-intuitive, but some phones have ECC kick in while on the LV kernel and that slows down and heats their phone up VERY quickly. That results in much shorter battery life.