I was just playing with Google docs and a datalog of stage 2 91 I made tonight.
The graph below shows WOT from a low speed rolling start and run until 4th gear, I let off when I thought the speed was getting a bit excessive.
The raw data on the log states that in 3rd gear 6000rpm, cylinder 3 was 7.22 degrees advanced, boost was 22.46psi
(Cylinder 3 is the hottest because of its proximity to the turbo so it is usually used for reference).
Green is speed, peak is 125.5mph, 4th gear, 5770rpm, 22.5psi when I let off.
Yellow is charge air temp, peak is 94.6f.
Red is boost pressure, it peaks at 26psi on the shift points, between shifts it held a little over 23 psi fading to 21psi at the 6500rpm shift points.
Blue is AFR which stayed around 10.88 under full boost on ethanol blended 94 octane fuel.
The car was a dog yesterday on the the stage 2 93 tune so I tested the stage 2 91 tune,
I believe the reason it was dogging was because I sprayed the engine bay down with high pressure water with the engine cover off and got some stuff wet that did not want to be wet, everything seems to have recovered now.
Here is a chart of knock and ignition correction during the same run.
You see the climb through 2nd, 3rd and 4rth
As the throttle was smashed cylinder 2 was sleeping or something and knocked twice so the tune took it all the way back to -2 degrees, cylinders 1 and 3 knocked once and the tune pulled only a degree, everything then recovered without further knock.
3rd gear was almost perfect except cylinder 4 let out a whimper near redline and asked for a bit of relief.
4rth gear was perfect all cylinders were happy.
For reference, on the bottom is an ignition correction log from Stratified auto that shows what the chart should NOT look like, multiple corrections into negative timing that dont recover.