I agree with Gofer but I'll add the following:
Something isn't adding up with your target AFR, WB, and MAFComp. It looks like your global fuel is off (and your deadtime looks low for 650's, but who knows). I don't see logged boost...how much boost are you running?
Your target AFR's are in the low 10's and upper 9's based on the stock DA table and fuel sliders, which is pretty rich. You are running a bit leaner than that, but I would expect you to be quite a bit richer based on the 650's, injector duty cycles up around 80%, global fuel setting being rich, and the MAFComp sliders all being adjusted to add fuel.
Here's what I would do:
. Double check all the mechanical stuff and get it right (boost leak test, base timing, exhaust leaks, etc). If you have any mechanical issues, you will be chasing your tail while trying to tune.
. Calculate your global fuel pressure based on the fuel you are running, base fuel pressure, injector flow data (if you have it), etc. Once you have this set, don't touch it again unless you change the fuel system or type of fuel you run.
. Zero all the sliders, lower the boost to about 12psi, and get your MAFComp dialed in. Take your time and work on it until fuel trims are in line and your WB reads very close to AFRatioEst at WOT. It also wouldn't hurt to change all the values in the DA AFR table (OpenLoopMaxOctane) that are 10 and below to something like 10.2. Anything below 10 is just way too rich and makes dialing everything in a lot harder.
If you see knock at any time during this process, use the timing sliders to pull a degree or two at the offending RPM and try again. The idea at this point is to get everything calibrated without endangering your engine...not to make power.
Once everything is lined up as described above, you'll have a good foundation to start with. Only THEN are you ready to start tuning by bumping the boost a bit (and re-calibrating the MAFComp at the higher points you will be hitting), adding some timing, leaning it out, etc.