Do you mean that when you turn OFF the cruise control than the tune goes active or the other way around?
The supply of e85 is decreasing here in Sweden so I think I'll go for the normal tune.
How did you perform the reprogramming in Italy? Did you send logs to Trifecta or DDM for fine tuning?
I believe they can configure it either way, but I have mine setup so that when the cruise control is "off," then the tune is active. There is no relationship to the cruise control being engaged, the tune is configured to respond to the setting being either "on" or "off." If that makes any sense.
Unfortunate about the E85. It really seemed as if every petrol station had it on offer. You need to really hunt it down here in Germany, it's certainly not worth the trouble. Of course seemingly every shop here sells useless LPG.
I am in Germany, but it's all the same, there was no fine tuning in my case, I just bought the canned tune. The comment about Italy has to do with their seeming lack of offering anything except 95 RON when I've traveled there with the car.
I downloaded it to the car using the cable I bought from them and my laptop, took just a few minutes. I can definitely recommend just doing the basic tune, I think general consensus remains that if you have mostly stock hardware then it works well. I've been using it, and beating quite hard on the car for the past years and it's been flawless. Nothing strange to report in terms of knock retard or other parameters when I have scanned the car with a Tech2 emulator, either.
If you'd like to borrow the Trifecta programming cable to program your car I could maybe post mine to you and save you the trouble of shipping and importing one, though I would want it back.