Originally Posted by Superbike Unlimited
I'm sorry you see it that way. We just don't share any information we may consider proprietary when it comes to services/products we offer. Just like you wouldn't ask Ohlins what kinds of processes or tooling are involved in manufacturing their suspension products, so that you could adequately determine the value of their product and/or their profit margin. Is it exactly the same thing? No, of course not. But it's our service and the value does not lie in the hardware or software. It lies in the time invested and the development we've put into it.
We hope to continue improving the flash in the coming year, using data gained running one of our race bikes and we offer free updates for the service as well.
and that's a perfectly acceptable answer as to not saying what software you use.
your first response came off as, you're question isn't important so we're not going to answer it.
as a customer i still want to know whats going into my ecu. it's like getting a performance package from a shop and not being told if i'm getting march or caro mag or alum wheels, penske, elka or ohlins as my suspension, nissin or brembo calipers, what rotors etc, with none of the parts having names stamped on them. (that'd be a more accurate analogy is all)
i understand value, the thing to remember is it also depends on who you are talking to as to how value is defined. to a customer, it is in the final product, in the hardware and software. to a company, its the hours of r&d time put into it. hence you have companies like ecunleashed who charge $550 and companies who charge $150. Some care, some don't. And it's fine, just be honest about it. Some forums, are stupidly hung up on a name, some, are not. "Oh only brand X is good and brand Y and Z are inferior!" even if it's not.
from your dyno graph, it appears your flash is good. of the top flashes out there, the curves are about the same, means your afr (although it's strange its blocked out on that graph, run it high probably 13.7:1?) is good and fuelings probably all within 10% and timings within 1-2 degrees with similar mapping to all the others so it's safe to say you have a good product.
follow up question, what fuel were you running on that tune? some people get hung up on that stuff.
i am sure your product is fantastic and i highly doubt anyone will be let down, once you hit the efficiency target, it's pretty solid and it becomes about the optional little stuff