Sorry guys I have been on travel this week, so I have been a little slower to respond.
I've got two things to bring up:
First is that I think some sort of two-step rev limiter would be an awesome next feature. It could be controlled by the clutch switch (not sure if that signal goes to the ECU) or perhaps the limiter would simply be active while the bike is not "in gear". "In gear" being defined as engaged in a gear with no/minimal clutch slip. I guess I'd like to see what Flashtune could come up with, but I would be against any sort of button or switch that would require additional use of the hands.
Secondly, I think we really need to agree on a terminology regarding maps. Because currently, and as Flashtune defines it, a "map" contains "maps" and that is somewhat confusing. There is a YCCT map, idle map, fuel maps, quickshifter maps and ignition maps all within what Flashtune calls a map. I think we need to refer to the "Flashtune map" as an ECU image or something like that. All other maps must be referred to as their type, for example "ignition map" or "TPS vs RPM (Alpha-N) fuel map". Perhaps we should try to get Flashtune to change the terminology in their software.
Tad, you seem to be in contact with the Flashtune guys pretty frequently. Perhaps you can be an "ambassador" for us.
First point, send them an email, I think this thread has fallen off their radar for some reason. I will also request the feature. We can take the squeaky wheel approach. At some level the same goes for the second. I will add that terminaology to the FAQ (give me a few days as I am still pretty busy at work and home this week and next), and I support this convention, though you know what they say about old habits.
To be honest, I just send F-T emails, and they respond to them. Some times it takes a few days, but they usually get answered.
does anyone know how we disable the o2 sensor now that the crossover point is not adjustable on the newer updates
and is there anyway to disable the velocity stacks if you put fixed stacks on??
What do you mean you can not change the load bias setting?
...You do know that they changed it from a slider to a drop down box just above the speed adjustment?
One way to do it is to simply change it to an RPM that is above the rev limter, aka an RPM that the engine will never get to?
Does this help you VC?