Thanks guys for all your help and wisdom , I was originally thinking of bunging two 02 sensors in (one for a logger and the other for the auto tune) but in all its not worth it from what Almost-les said
Someone will correct me on this. I have zero experience with the pc system. I'll more throw the wisdom you are thinking of: as the same idea I'm thinking of. Ready?
The 02 is built to spec out under a volt. That means there is math that has to follow this voltage. When the 02 senses rich, it reverses a voltage down in 10ths of volts. So for argument sake, say 0.1v senses rich an 0.9v senses lean. It might be reversed is the theory, but you get the idea the 02 has a set resistance to send these signals under a volt.
The map you made, for argument sake, showed peak HP you can't get any higher, sans porting/cams/bore/etc., to gain more. That is your set map you race with. Enter the 02.
The 02 is going to take your [racing] cell values and run them down to 14.6 AFR, or darnear 'stoic', i.e., 14.7 as in no emissions, ideally speaking. This 'learn' process will take I don't know how many keystrokes are saved until you have this ideal 'low vacuum' cruising valve, btw, gives you the best economy at light throttle loads.
When you are in a 'heavy vacuum' load, the fuel system works 2 ways. The speed rate of the 02's input is for low rpm. The higher rpm input takes time for the 02 to send in that kind of speed input? So no, the bike is back to your race map under heavy load conditions, the 02 shuts down.
Said another way, you are running in 'closed loop' is when the 02 is under light loads. Then, as if there was no 02 to change the fuel back to 14.6 ideal AFR, it drops out so you have that power to pass cars anchit.
When passing vehicles, the heavy load becomes 'open loop' and there is where your AFR will show that time lag, you having the accel mode in play. You can pump that value into the 11 AFR's and light the back tire off.
Has anyone had (as an example) 60 mph roll on to 170 mph and if so did the auto tune keep the afr's steady throw all the gears ?
Correct me if I am wrong again, but you need to run 2 AFR's if you want to watch each cylinder. Say you have every box needed from pit limiter to shifter kit, to 02 box. Well, you need another remote 02 box. You'll need 4 bungs welded at the ideal header location for each cylinder. You are going to plug in the 2nd 02 into cylinder #1 and watch that map. You are going to close off that bung. Swap the 02 into cylinder #2 and so on.
Meanwhile, you are watching the average at the main 02 that is always in play. Make sense?