This is pre loaded with the map though? But for a bike they've never seen.I would say give them a chance to get the dyno results from whoever they're working with and compare them to what's out there. The unit looks to be as pricey as a PCV, so maybe it can outperform one? I think any piggyback will work as well as the dyno operator who's setting up the map.
So the question is, have they just matched the connector and said "give it 15% more fuel at all rpm"?
Now the thing is, my mate had both their fuelling unit and their QS on his 390, both worked really well, so I'm not against their products.