Ok. Thanks for the replies. That's exactly what I was thinking. I kept thinking about it and came to the conclusion that: A) of course a dealer technician (not a Triumph dealer though) is going to knock it because he only sees the bike once the ECU is cooked. And B) a Triumph dealer is going to knock it because it is taking away from their bottom dollar. Yet I see hundreds, thousands(?) of posts with very successful use.
Basically, I recently traded in my Road King on a mint bone stock 2014 Street Triple R. I just installed a Two Brothers S1R slip on, and 15 tooth front. I love tuning and I do all my own maintenance and service. So, I've been reading up on Tune ECU for 2 weeks since I got the bike and finally downloaded the app and the 3 available maps today.
I saw you can import PCV maps. How reliable is that? I already have the software and am familiar as my hog had a PCV that I built a total of 22 progressively better maps for until I nailed it. I was thinking if that works well I could build my maps there and import them. Feedback?
2014 Street Triple R ABS
Riding & Wrenching Since 1991