I know I'll probably be hammered for this, but unless I run a very rich drive off AFR in the 12-12.2:1 range (peak torque AFR?), at part throttle leaving a stop sign (in refer to as drive off), the car will go lean at shift to a perceptible level. Aka, you "feel" it.
This is part throttle say 18% drive off. If I get up anywhere 12.8 or so it stalls on shifts recovers and runs smooth. I can run it out leaner if I turn everything off (CL & Learn) and force that recovery cell area richer, but then you guessed it, that's my same cruise area so I end up cruising at 12.0:1. Any clever strategies to combat this?
Engine is smooth & clean all the way to 6700 RPM on 10 psi, with an engine making 600 HP base, aka lot of power. Cam has approximately 16° of overlap, and cleans up in the 1400-1500 range easily. These shifts occur in the 1800-1900 range at 58-63 kPa (recovery cells). If I leave it artificially rich, it's smooth as butter with positive shifts & recovery. I think about what it would do if it had a MAF trying to keep it at 14.7, LOL. Like my wife's car with similar size cam that shifts no problems in mid 14s, also verified AFR (using the Holley NGK) with a Innovate LM1.
May be in appropriate for this forum, but just fishing for ideas. Feel free to delete it, if I'm in violation to ask for tuning strategies for problem areas on the Dominator ECU and my combo. Thanks.