1. Cruise control seems to work like that adjusting rate first with throttle and press starter bottum, the cruise starats then, according to a video "Multistrada 1200 cruise control". Is that right?
2. Does cruise control require continuous mounting WiFi device and connection on the machine? Otherwise just flash the software into ECU?
3. Can TuneBoy work on Windows7?
4. If dedicated O2 sensor of option C is used, can we optimize map ourselves for each exhaust?
Some quick responses based on what I've already discussed:
1. Yes, this is the case however there is the option to add an extra set of buttons/switches to give the +/- variation. Currently there is no switchblock supplied however TuneBoy are going to make one available in due course (they're not yet sure of the cost of this optional extra)
2. The WiFi module is not required to be mounted to the bike except for data/map transfer, everything resides on the ECU (even the datalogger function logs into the spare memory in the ECU)
3. I'll confirm this but I believe the answer is yes (I have a Win7 laptop and a Win8 tablet I'm taking tomorrow so will see if they work)
4. Yes, with a little work... the stock O2 sensors are disabled and the datalogger can record 2 runs with the supplied O2 sensor used in each cylinder (ie do a run and tune on front cylinder and then repeat for rear)
Not sure about cruise, but I assume that is part of the map. Stock map would probably wipe cruise, just like switching from an SAI tune to non.
I'll clarify both of these but I'm expecting the cruise control will be a tick/check box in the tuning software, the cruise control requires holding the starter button for 3 seconds to turn on so has to be intentionally turned on