You need to increase your 0 vac fuel pressure by screwing down the center shaft on the FMU. Then start opening the thumbscrew on the little valve on the side to reduce your pressure rising rate. You'll probably need to pick up a second check valve from the parts store to get enough of a bleed off. Do that and your torque curve will look much better. I would tell you to turn up boost to reduce the richness, but I don't see any timing controller.
cool. I've not had a bipes so I can't help you use it to tune ignition.
But do what I wrote earlier, except if you can't lean it out enough up top, add a little boost. If all that fuel is getting into the motor, you may as well give it some air and combust it.
There is both more power and more safety available there.
you might need a helper spring to control you wg a little better if you're getting a boost spike.
the spike is curious. I'd like to see what my FP gauge is showing you at taht spot. I'd say it needs a tad more pressure at 0~hg, I set it to 50psi, maybe go to 55psi, then back off the bleeder to acheive the same pressure in boost.
yeah wow i never noticed that before. Bump up the base for sure and then stretch out the rise for sure. For your HP level aim for 90 psi by 6 psi and the stock ecu should pull you closer to 12's this will help you make more power. running 11-1 is not practical safe or economical.