Thank you very much Rick!
The knock sensor is torqued to 14 ft-lbs.
It does not have teflon tape or any other sealer on it.
The alky pump is about 4-5 years old. I have it set on "6" on the dial. While idling, I can press the "Test" button for 1-2 seconds and the AFR (on the wideband) goes from about 13.5 down to 10.5 pretty quick and the engine almost dies. So I assume it is spraying well.
Is there a certain way to test the alky pump other than the method above?
Sometime this week, I will record a pull from 50 mph - 80 mph with the pedal all the way to the floor and post the log.
No problem, glad to help.
Julio sells a alky tester that is a must. Generally the pumps are only good for 2 years. They start to leak and loose pressure. They also get very lazy and don't like to wake up after sitting for long periods of time.
After looking at the log file again I see AFR correction hit the ceiling. I think you may need a new fuel pump bro.
Turn the boost down to 17-18* for now and log a short 3rd gear pull.