Wassup guys, two posts in one day! Just excited to show you what I've learned so far regarding the Rapid bike Software and how it effected the bike today.
Now with a couple rides in, today my dealer told me to make some updates to the o2sensor auto adaptivity settings. At default it is set at +43, however he told me to try +1 rich, and if that felt worse, I could try +1 lean. He also said in his experience, most bikes he worked on benefit from +1 rich. The maximum is +2 rich, however that might be wasting time he said.
I went for a 60km-ish short ride at +1 rich, and instantly with the new setting, the bike is more lively, like a barking, happy puppy dog eating up treats while running.
When I got home, he told me to try another setting, called Correction Pump. He said its a trick that could make the bike accelerate harder. He said to enable it and give it a try. (I'll try it and update later)
I also attached a screenshot of the standard cbr500r (16) rapid bike evo "map". This is the baseline map I'm using from their library, so the auto adaptivity settings are correcting off of this.
The initial bike they made this map for also had a leo vince exhaust.
Once I'm really happy with the auto adaptivity settings, and all the corrections have matured, and most of the rows and columns have been filled with adjustments, I can quickly press a button called "add corrections". It would modify the standard map you see now, and the graph and all the values will change to my personalized one. Then I can save it as a file and share it here to whomever wants to see what they can do with it.
Theres probably more stuff to learn, but its exciting to feel the changes so quickly! I guess thats why they call it rapid bike... lol.
Attached is a blurry picture of the restrictive disc in my exhaust and how its been modified. You can see the 4 extra holes I drilled, also enlarged the most center hole. Flow and power improved greatly, however top end power, I know it can be better without the disc. Compromise for the street. A cop car was following me for a dozen city blocks. I think if my exhaust was any louder he would have pulled me over! Luckily he got so bored he turned off.