Comrades: I agree that anyone should be able to gain a modest income as a result of their efforts. I'm also of the firm view that challenging the capability of software systems is not necessarily bagging the supplier it is merely called evidence-based investment. In this particular case I'd be very interested to hear from anyone that has actually used this system on a 1290 or a GT. Also, rather than suggesting that there were great improvements I'd like to see the evidence such as a before/after dyno runs and also some graphics illustrating the maps before and after. To date, I haven't seen any of this except for cars and claims about Tuono's Etc. A Tuono is not a KTM Superduke. Further, there are many systems to trick the ECU, such as PC5's Etc, but that is not the same as being able to modify the maps directly. I've not seen any evidence that OpenFlash is actually able to do this. In fact, when I look at things such as the video below:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ujGnr4e48Cg
I see software that is merely reading the canbus data (anyone can do that) and apparently either modifying the injector open times (+-). If i'm correct then all this software is capable of doing on a 1290 is making it either richer or leaner across the whole rev range
Perhaps somebody can prove me wrong and if so I'd be happy to admit my mistake. In fact, anybody that is really able to do this is, I believe, is on a promise of a date with kevxtx's sister
As an aside I'd like to acknowledge the work of one of our other contributors (Seattle Dan) who published on this forum (for free) a great deal of information about reading RPM's and other engine parameters from the canbus.
In the meantime this little old retiree fills in some of his spare time banging his head against the wall trying to work out ways of decrypting the actual maps files. KTM should be happy it's been some years now.