You need to set the spring pressure, in the AEM Tru-Boost, lower than wastegate spring pressure. Otherwise the wastegate will be stuck all the way closed until 13PSI(or whatever your wastegate spring is at) creating fastest spool, but will spike at high RPM. You can even start at 3PSI and adjust gain and other functions to gain extra spool without inducing spiking. Adjust the spring pressure up until you start seeing a spike, then reduce.
Spring Pressure: (SPr – 2.00)
Enter the waste gate spring pressure(3psi less than your spring). The Tru Boost will keep the boost solenoid open from 1 psi until boost exceeds the selected value. This value can be adjusted to reduce lead in boost spikes or reduce spool up time. If the spring pressure is unknown, a conservative starting value of 5 is suggested..
Originally Posted by LownSlow616
I have an aem tru boost. I can set at which pressure the solenoid stops sending pressure to the top of the diaphragm(holding it closed)
If i set that number near or above the spring pressure, it will spike when i shift at high rpms
10 psi at 3000 rpm sounds about normal for a 2560.
Your numbers are pretty good for a base timing map and actually seems aligned with the 2560 car Elior is talking about (I know the car as well). I bet that if you play with the timing you can extract a lot more.