Other than that I used his tune and just changed it to my size motor and injectors, set required fuel, etc. Everything else looks decent, it's just that timing table.. I would like to get something safer to get me in the ballpark range. Or would I be better off just using the base map tune included and change kpa to 200 for each table (fuel and timing) - then adjust the AFR table to where I want it to be across the board, get it running and driving then let auto tune sort it out
I'll agree that the values above 100kPa in your table don't make sense from a theoretical standpoint. Advance shouldn't be the same or anywhere close to the same at 2500rpm and 6000rpm on a turbo engine that reaches full boost in the midrange.
If you look at our "Megasquirt tuning basics - timing" sticky thread linked below, there is a sample timing table in there. It's for an iron head 8:1 turbo engine and 93 octane fuel. Since you've got higher compression you'd need to pull a few degrees from it, and if running 91 octane, pull another 2 degrees. That basically puts you at using the 300kPa row in our timing table as the 200kPa row in your table and then interpolating down to your 100kPa values, leaving everything in your table below 100kPa alone. Note TunerStudio has "interpolate" buttons to make this "easy" after you set the top (200kPa) row and have the 100kPa row already set.