Factory wideband generally does not read below 11:1. The only vehicle fault I see is that there is a problem with the alternator or alternator wiring. According to the factory wideband the vehicle is running quite lean at cruise, and the MAP is fairly high for that speed, which may indicate the actual AF is something else (air leak in exhaust?). Otherwise the injector duration looks about right, and the fuel tables seem ok. In the past this type of problem has been caused by other factors, like the fuel pressure regulator and fuel injectors. I'd fix the alternator wiring and then start to look at the fuel system.
Where did you find the fault for the alternator wiring within the datalog? Just wondering so I know where to look.
As far as any exhaust leaks, there isnt any. I have a ws2, fairly restrictive so I would be able to easily hear it.
My injectors are brand new, doesnt mean they arent acting up. But looking at the duty cyles, they are exactly where they were after leaving the dyno. The tuner told me what they were because he was surprised how much fuel he had to pull out on my methanol tune. I will look into the fuel pressure regulator. I know at idle, it is rock solid at 43 psi. Would it be a good idea to have someone look while using the 2 step as I would have to run a gauge inside the car if not? I hold 10 psi on a 4250 2 step.
Also as far as the alternator, I did notice the voltage drop from the 14 volt column to the 12/13 volt column.
Thank you so much for your insight, Ill check back in with further datalogs and info as I try to figure this out!