Originally Posted by DEcosse
You need a license to load a Tuneboy map on your own ECU, regardless of what generation and who is doing it. i.e. a shop would still require a license for your specific bike to use Tuneboy on it, even to install an existing map.
Yea I understand that bit, but once the tuneboy map is on the bike can I then download it using tuneecu?
I have read conflicting info about this. Some say once the map is loaded to the ecu it is just data and either maps can be downloaded by either software. (Tuneboy maps can be read by Tuneecu and vice versa)
Others say Tuneecu cannot download a Tuneboy map from the bike (as earlier in this thread) and it will error like some of the OEM maps, but that info is quite old now so I am wondering if that is still the case.
The local dyno guy I have found uses Tuneboy, he says he likes it bc he can ring them if he has a software problem. He did say he would play around using Tuneecu if I brought in my laptop but if he is familiar with Tuneboy I'd rather he used that to do the work faster (cost me less), he also says he likes to keep the bike for a few days so there's no way I'm leaving my laptop there with him.