use your laptop to see the idle speed as its digital its easy'er to read,you can alter the fueling at 0% colum at say 1000rpm/1250rpm by by putting say -15 to take fuel away and +5 to add fuel,but it will change your air/fuel ratio so you really need some meens of seeing real time air/fuel ratio...(or you might run rich/lean).once you get the correct air/fuel ratio at idle(around 1100 =/-50rpm)i got mine running 14.5-15.0 by putting -20 in the 0%throttle colum next to 1000rpm and -18 next to the 1250rpm and idleing at 1100rpm..my fuelling boxes all read 0 in the 0% colum and it was way to rich at idle (11.8!!)should be between say 14.5/15.5 at idle.. if you have a meens of seeing real time air/fuel ratio you can't go wrong...
Reading the RPM's is with the software is better. Also being albe to check your 0% and 100% throttle positions is sometimes necessary (could be the problem here).
-15 in the and +5 are just guesses. Exaust, filter, altitude, what are the current values, etc.? As you stated, you really need to see your a/f ratio. Guessing is not good.
No disrespect to the OP, but from reading the original question, I think he should try the idle screw.
If the map isn't any good at idle, it was probably made for a completely different setup.
My advice (if the idle screw doesn't help) would be to post your mods. and ask if anyone has a good map that they would send you. Don't mess with the values until you learn a little more about tuning. Just my opinion. i would hate to see you cause any damage.