Don did call me back and said he would do what ever he could to make me happy with my bike. We are about to leave on vacation, he said to call when we return. He said I could have carbon build up that will not let the new flash work right. He said to try a little higher octane to see if that helps. I told him I would run a load of sea-foam through it also and see how that works. I will try almost anything to get it to work like everyone else's before I send it back to Don. Fred, you are right. He want's everyone to be happy. Thank you Fred for talking to Don with ideas. I hope everything works great by the end of our trip.
Alan, Don and I discussed your bike, and he showed me the changes made to the fuel mapping on the original 06 map versus the modified map. I don't know how many miles are on your bike, but it is possible that you have a slightly higher compression ratio on your engine due to carbon build up, which could cause issues with amount of timing advance added on map # 3. I'd suggest running several tanks of premium fuel through it and see if the mileage and performance improves. If it does, then we will know that the timing on map # 3 is a bit too advanced for your bike, and you'll probably need to drop back to reflash #2.
What we think may be happening with your bike is that the knock sensors are picking up engine pinging, and when they do, they greatly reduce the amount of timing advance, even beyond what the original timing was. The result would be a loss in power and mileage. So if you go too far with spark advance, the result can be a loss in power when the knock sensors tell the ECM to drop the timing way back. Our guess is this may be what is happening to your bike. Running a higher octane fuel should reduce any potential for knocking to occur in the first place, so that would be you're best short term solution.
By the way, Chevron Techron would be the best fuel additive to use, since it can clean out carbon deposits inside the combustion chamber. Other fuel cleaners aren't able to do this. Just don't use more than one bottle between oil changes.