Now when I change the values individually per gear then its not issue, its only when you try and link all the gears does this stupid issue happen.
I just went through this a few posts up. The best you can do is copy and paste the map into each gear. The 100 column will not paste for some reason, so you'll have to adjust that manually.
Yep, copy and paste is your friend. It's very buggy so read my post a couple up about after you copy and paste, to select the entire table and increase by one, then decrease by one, then fix 100% values.
To check if the stock flash-tune map has any reduction in engine braking, go to the ignition map, and change at the top "value" to "percent". Look in the 0 column, as well as the one beside it (sometimes the column is labelled 1 or 0.5 or 0.6, etc.). In the higher RPM range, say 11000rpm and over, a -10 (i.e. 10% less ignition timing over stock) results in a 10% reduction in engine braking, and a -30 results in about 20% less engine braking. Making it more than -30 doesn't significantly decrease the engine braking any further.
You can also dump in extra fuel to reduce engine braking. You can use the same percent view on the TPS vs RPM screen to see that as well. 0's all down the first two columns mean no reduction in engine braking. 10's (in percent mode) starting around 3000RPM and up will take out about 10% of the engine braking, 30's about 15% and 40's about 20%. I wouldn't recommend using a higher value than 40.
So using -30% for the ignition timing and using +40% for the fuel = a total reduction of about 40% of the engine braking. To remove any more than that, you have to fake it by increasing the YCCT throttle table to hold the throttle open slightly, even when the grip is at 0.
If you have any probs, just let me know year of bike and all engine/intake/exhaust mods and what you'd like out for engine braking and I'll make ya up a nice map