Alright...... got some info for you all.
First of all, my body decided to manufacture some testosterone, so I had the guts to fire the car up and take it out for a brisk run. Upon finishing that run, I'm convinced the car'* internals are perfectly fine and it'* running as smooth as ever. I'm also convinced that this scantool is no good at capturing data, and that I need to get an LS1M. Ideally a Powertuner would be nice, but I have neither a laptop nor the money to spend on the software. I just need the best bang for the buck that I can handle at this point. If anybody can locate a cheap Powertuner package for me I'll definitely consider it, but as of right now I just need a good, reliable scanner.
So, without further ado, here'* the MAP sensor data I collected. Keep in mind, this is from my AutoXray, and may or may not be correct.
Cold idle - 13-14 in.Hg
Hot idle - 13-14 in.Hg
2k RPM - 9 in.Hg
3k RPM - 8-9 in.Hg
WOT (in gear, under load) - 29-30 in.Hg
Not sure if my vacuum is where it'* supposed to be under load, but that'* what the scantool is telling me. Also, during the short times I was watching I saw no KR, and the scanner didn't register any during my data capture run. However, I'm not sure about reliability because I have a scan log that shows TPS at 100%, RPM at 4297, and only -20.5 degrees of timing advance. I just don't know if those numbers make sense.
Heck, I wasn't going to enter these numbers into Excel, but I might as well. Here'* the scan data. You tell me if the numbers look wonky or not.
Additionally, I ran to the parts store and grabbed some carb cleaner. Sprayed little bursts on all the vacuum connectors that might be problematic, but there were no stutters in the RPM. I guess that eliminates some options, eh?