i would remove tmanagement other than maybe the downshift torque man. i did them all in vette 6spd and it downshifts hard and sometimes breaks wheels loose. def do the shift points. in my vette, i eliminated 5th and 6th gear when in sport mode (shift to right in v) and held in gear longer.
forget about a/f ratios, as the standard charts i believe are gone for 06. they are for the vette. but, there are other ways to tweak a bit.
and you left out the most important...at least high octane fuel table, if not both if you use good gas. also knock retard limits, decay rates, retard attack rates, etc.
get rid of that 155 i believe speed limit.
and i adjusted spark dwell, as the stock setup is very conservative, and it will give you more torque (becuase of longer sparking rate)
you may want to also tip in the fans a bit sooner which wont shorten their lifespan that much.
the following i would not mess with:
wheelhop (maybe powerhop) control
i wouldnt program out any of traction control stuff, as you can just shut off the switch
brake torque limits
i wouldn't raise redline usually done by raising fuel cutoff limits
AND OF COURSE THE MILLION OTHER THINGS YOU CAN BUT SHOULDN'T TOUCH
See if they will do two dyno pulls at stock before they start changing values. On both my CTS-V and STS-V the 2nd pull would always read higher by approx 5 HP without changing anything, then it would start to level out. If yours stays approx. the same then you're good to go anyway.
Some problems occurred at todays session. I am working through them with HPTuner BUT.....What a waste of a day.
1) HPTuner apparently does not support the STS-V.
a) the kit does not read the right o2 sensor. It is reading the narrow band one not the Wideband one befroe the CAT. (hence my panic search for a conversion table from milivolts to A/F)
b) It does not have any of the specific STS-V perameters to add. It has the most basic stuff but no VVT support.
c) It doesn't seem to write to the ECM correctly. We went with disabling ALL TQ nannies we could find with the HP kit and changed spark saturation and fuel tables with NO results on the dyno.
All said 2.5 hours on the dyno and 12 runs yielded 0 hp gain.
Then to top it all off, removing TQ nannies and leaving all the modifications we did caused me to go into limp home mode. I had to reload the stock file.
My guy knew his shit but the tools I provided crippled him. The Viper Venom GT50R he was doing sounded really nice.
HPTuner support is getting an ear full. We'll see what they come back with. My guess this early on is that they are going to have to refund my money and I am going to go with EFI Live. BUT we'll see what HPT support does.