I do realize not everyone wants a new exhaust or to mess with the stock fuel maps by adding tunes but it has been just about every bike I owned exhaust and fuel mods, and when I had some money, shocks. That went for my cars too except it was wheels and tires and brakes and shocks and tune.
I have a little Honda Accord 4 cylinder 6 spd Coupe that I did a E Tune on. I made 21 pulls and sent the map to Turbo Gixxer
to adjust. I would make a run, send the map, load the one sent back and do another pull. I did that 21 times in the matter of a week or so and he adjusted a bunch of stuff but most important when VTEC (read shiftcam) kicked in. It is a 93 octane tune. I can take it off and flash it back if I want but have not in 9 years. I get 25 MPG around town with sane driving, and around 35 on a trip so I am ok with that and feed it 92 or 93 100% of the time. It will burn some gas stoplight to stoplight hard running but like my bike it is all dependent on the right side of my body, and in the car, how fast my left leg can work the clutch, no quick shift there
The ending of exhaust mods we all have seen coming I think. The fuel or tuning also. The addition of that third O2 sensor on the 1250 really knocked that one in the dirt. I know I could not buy a Remus header pipe in CA because CA would not allow the manufacture of them and at that time Remus was based there.
I know nothing of the BT. I would love to see a dyno of before and after on a owner's bike. Can you flash and un flash them? Can they E Tune for you? I would love to have something I can flash and un flash at home or on the road. To turn my bike to stock I have to replace both O2 sensors, plug the injectors back into the stock plugs, and take a TPS wire tap off. I carry what I need to do that with me. It would be nice to just have a flash device like my K Tuner
or another one by HonData
I look forward to your thoughts on the BT and if they can then e-tune to your bike? I paid 300 bucks for my e tune and that is what I paid to have my bike dynoyed to make the PC 5 map. But PA Dyno
did my bike twice for me as he had a brand new dyno from DynaTune and wanted them dialed in on the second day to make sure it was correct.
Please let us know how that tune works out for you.