I love your graphs, Im totally a data whore
Your about pound and a half under boost based on the cobb map notes for version 331. If you are on a different version please let us know because each version has its own targets.
From Cobbs map notes -
"Stage1 91 MTv331
o Fuel Requirements: 91 - 92 octane or better o Intake Requirements: Stock airbox with stock air filter o Exhaust Requirements: Stock exhaust or upgraded cat-back exhaust o Boost Targets: ~16.5psi peak boost pressure tapering down to ~11.5psi by the 7000RPM redline, +/- 1.0psi"
your max boost was 14.54psi @ 3300RPM. you should be seeing higher boost building later in the RPM range and tapering off around 5k.
It almost looks like your car is still learning the tune, How many miles do you have on that tune?
I ask because your DAM is changing throughout the pull. Dynamic Advanced Multiplier, [I] in your log, is a measure of how agressive your ECU is at advancing timing. on 09-13s the DAM increases from 0-1 and will be static @ 1 for the whole pull. On older models the DAM would increase from 1-16 and it would be static at 16 throughout the pull. The DAM increases when you put miles on the car. Usually you need to put 20-30 miles on the car with some spirited driving before the DAM will settle at its maximum value. It goes up and down depending on the conditions, If you get some fine knock it will take timing off to protect the engine from knock.
If you only had a few miles on the tune when you did your log I would drive it around a bit, drive your favorite fast roads, get on and off the freeway a few times and cruise through drive-through. after that go back to your safe legal place and take another pull. Post that log and hopefully your DAM will be static and you will be closer to target boost.
If you have more than 50 miles on the tune then I would switch to the High Waste Gate tune. It should add about a pound of boost overall but it wont solve the max boost at 3300RPM. That still sounds like your ECU is learning the new tune.
I hope that helps.