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Tidying up my matrix question

I have been working through my map for so long now! Mainly as I learning as I go. Got something which is very nearly there. I have a point on my maps where I am pretty sure it is not right but want some input before I go messing up stuff and effecting my staging which is not too bad right now. has a bit of a rich and a bit of a lean but barely feel it.
So looking at the 0"Hg line on my matrix below am I correct to think the the values should be pretty constant up to the load line and then again pretty constant after like the vaccum areas of the table? It seems to want more fuel in the 0"Hg line at 1000rpm to free rev with a rapid pedal stab but I don't think it wants more on the 500rpm line which is the cranking cell. The 6000rpm table shows what the 0"Hg line does on most of the higher rpm tables. a little peak? These values may have come about on the dyno last time. I really don't know. Injectors are 875/1680cc by the way.
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