I am currently using FMF mapping. Does the power tuner or FI Diagnostic Tool show the rpm's? I assume that the rpm adjustment is done manually (by turning cold start knob) and that the tool only shows the reading, correct? Where in California do you live that you have packs of coyotes passing by? I was in Ventura County before moving to Colorado last year.
Both show the RPM. I use the power tuner as its quick to hook up.
I live in Santa Clarita in Sand Canyon. We also have lots of bob cats and the once a month or so mountain lion. The coyotes here get a group together and go on all night raids, sit in your front yard cackling and fight each other or tear apart a dog or cat that they got a hold of. Its worse in Burbank. If you live up in the foothills area of Burbank the coyote packs, 10 to 16 strong chase down people that are walking at night.
I ride from 0 to 7000 foot and the fuel injection compensates very well for the changes. The ECU compensates for temperature and intake air pressure. If I were you I would try a CO of 12 or 13 and adjust my maps down -1 in all fuel cells. See how that works and bump up from there.