Cars computers seem to be much more sophisticated to flash vs motorcycles, but they still crack them. It’ll happen, it’s just a matter of timeto be honest I was just trying to be modest. I'm an undiscovered MotoGP legend in waiting and I push the OEM bike so far past it's limits......oh wait then I woke up lol
I get that 100%. again I admit I jumped the gun last year being an early adaptor and assumed a flash would be quick so spent money early. like I said if I were buying today I'd still buy the bike but would have gone a completely different (and very cheaper lol) route in regards to the aftermarket stuff. Coulda woulda shoulda but didn't, so I dug myself a very expensive hole and at several points I had to turn back I went deeper in stead.
For me the writing has long been on the wall even before the news of the R6 being discontinued hit. All these electronics making their way onto bikes means more restrictions not only because of the ease to which the companies can do them but also legislation. I mean ok euro 5 but I don't see what ABS has to do with emissions, but it's in there. I see all the new bikes and they have all these gadgets that I have no interest in which means going forward no more new bikes for me. I got my 2016 R6 when I did because I had a feeling the next year Yamaha would add the electronics which they did. And that was going to be my last new bike but then the redesign of the 2020 aesthetics made me want that bike despite the electronics.
but anyway again it may not be the preferred way to do it but at least right now there are at the least 3 piggyback FI units available for the 2020. Yeah it sucks but you have to think Yamaha locked it for a reason don't be shocked when you see others follow. Corvette owners are finding this out as well, so that's where it's all headed