That's and older map. I was refering to the 93 octane map I just updated mode 1 engine brake 3. It is more or less identical to the stock map below 37% throttle. As for the rest, the throttle continues to open to 100% if demanded regardless of rpm, but that is just my personal preference. If you see 99.9%'s in the 100% column it is a bug in the software (I know, I know, FTECU bad, Whoolich good.)
I guess I pulled the Power 1 EB 1 table. Your Power 1 EB 3 is relatively concave. As for the rest, why leave them like that?
I still think folks are missing the engineering logic behind the tables being shaped the way they are (and this includes HRC ECU fuel tables) - it is based on the feedback from the Honda test riders that the bike is faster if you only feed in the throttle needed for maximum acceleration versus dumping 100% throttle then trying to recover from wheelspin to regain forward movement.
The FTECU tables are the same crap numbers FT seems to shove into all tables for all bikes with Fly By Wire throttles.
That 100% across the board indicates a fundamental misunderstanding of the presence of Electronic Throttle Valve actuation.
What possible value is 100% throttle at 3000rpm in 3rd gear with 190rwhp on tap?