Hey guys, it seems like there are a lot of boosted mopar guys here (well, more than anywhere else anyway) and I could really use some help finding a starting point for my boosted 340. Setup is as follows: 340, factory forged crank, eagle H beams, Hughes stud girdle, Speed Pro forged Pistons milled down a few thousandths to drop C/R, ported W2 econo heads flowing 295cfm@.600, Comp spec'd solid roller (246/242 .609 lift, 112 LSA). cometic gaskets, ARP head studs. D1SC procharger, home built kit. CX racing 31x12x3 cheapo front mount intercooler, FITECH 1200, EV carb hat, Magnafuel 750 pump/aeromotive boost reference FPR, MSD pro billet, MSD 6AL, FITECH controlling timing (dust locked, FITECH controls the curve/advance). The pulley combo I have on the car now made 8 PSI when I was on E85, but no matter what I did I couldn't get E85 to work (dozens upon dozens of logs and talks with tuners/FITECH with no results, couldn't even get it to work N/A). I have since switched back to 93 pump gas and the system works fine now N/A. Adding the 8 PSI of boost back but I'm terrified about going to lean and burning the motor up or going to rich and busting ring lands. I just want a safe starting point so I can iron out a few of my blower belt issues before paying for dyno/tuner time. I was going to use a BR8ES plug and start with 11.5 target AFR with 20 degrees of timing total timing (-1.5 per lb). I also have a SNOW performance meth kit enroute with 4 jugs of boost juice (50/50 meth water blend) so I wasn't sure if I should set target AFR a little leaner while spraying meth. What do you guys think?