After looking over ECUFLash I have a couple of questions;
Can the high and low octane maps be bended, or made identical, so your basically running one map? This applies to the timing maps too. Basically make all the corresponding cells the same, so when the map switches nothing is changes. The ECU will think it's doing it's job, but it really doesn't, because the settings/cells are the same between the two maps. Does that make sense?
These leads me to the next question;
Would this mess with the ECU's safety parameter of reducing timing when it detects knock? I've alway been under the impression the the ECU just pulls out an acctual number of degrees of ignition timing, or does it just revert to the low octane map and it's those values that are expressed in a log?
Basically does the ECU pull timing when there's knock or does it jump to the low octane map making the identical high and low maps a idea bad?