As mentioned before, thank you for your effort and for giving us all that much information and files. In a world dominated by money and interest only, this is something we are not used to find every day. This is what makes this type of forums such a great place !
Regarding TuneBoy, just a few points:
1. Some of you are very knowledge people about how it works, so, based on your experience, maybe someone could write a real world tutorial about ECU tuning, but going to the basics, explaining from page 1 / chapter 1. The TuneBoy manual does not tell you why / how, etc, just the way the program works. There is a need that some basic topics are covered in depth.
2. Regarding the modified tunes, it would be nice to put them all togueter and well organized, with the comments of the guy who did it, plus the comments of who has downloaded on the bike. This will allows us to track the development that has been done.
We should divide us in different working groups, ( under one are of the forum ) like:
0. Stock bike - stock files ( to make them available to all if needed ).
A. No CAT - TORS - K&N.
B. No CAT - MadDog - K&N.
C. No CAT - Jardines - K&N.
This will allow also to compare the results with different pipes, that is the most different thing we have between us.
I understand that most of us once involved in TuneBoy issues, will have CAT bypassed, any type of optional pipes and the K&N filter. Who is going to modifie the ECU on a standard bike ?
Someone mentioned that we need to put the laptop on the bike and take the results under real world conditions, and this is true. Only putting the bike on the dyno is not enough, since some conditions are different.
I will order my TuneBoy next week so I hope to work side by side with all of you.
Good luck to all of us in this adventure !