1). Any boost, vac, or exhaust leaks? Boost leak tested 5psi above your max boost with no leaks? None 2). Verified mechanical timing? yes 3). Verified base timing? 4). Ignition system COP or Stock Coil: Stock Wire brand and Age: NGK less than 6 months Spark Plug brand, type and Gap: bpr7es gapped to .018 5). Motor health (Compression Test) Cylinder 1: 170 Cylinder 2: 170 Cylinder 3: 170 Cylinder 4: 170 6). Performed basic throttle body adjustments? Idle Switch: yes Throttle Cable: yes TPS: yes BISS: yes 7). Compression ratio 9:1 8). Any known bad sensors or brittle wiring? None 9). Any DTC/CEL codes? None 10). Electrical system Car off (not running): Car running: 11). Base fuel pressure and injector values Base Fuel Pressure: 47.0 (I know needs adjusted, just switched to a more accurate gauge) Injector Size (cc/min): 1450cc 12). Properly calibrated and configured wideband sensor Sensor Brand: AEM Calibration Date: N/A 13). Type of fuel Type: E85 Percent of Ethanol: Unkown 14). Watched ECMlink how-to videos? Yes Currently working with my tuner on an issue that was noticed after my switch to speed density. Did not get very far in the tune before he noticed it. The problem that he is having with my car is that the VE values are super high in boost, the car goes lean, and that is all with the injectors scaled down lower than they already should be even for E85. What I have checked and know: - Fuel pressure goes up 1:1 with boost so no pressure issue - Injectors were cleaned of some E85 goo that they had one them and soaked in seafoam - Fuel pump was checked for any leaks where it connects to the hanger. This is what the VE table looks like: This is what the important part of the log looks like (Log files are also uploaded to this post.) I am sending out the injectors to FIC to have them flow tested and cleaned because to me and my tuner, that has to be the issue. But I was posting to here just to see if anyone else has an idea of what it could be that I could test in the meantime. Thanks.