... one strange thing is under the diagnostics tab when I turn the throttle it only goes to an indicated 67% is this normal? TPS is regitering between .55 volts at 0% and 4.0 volts wide open (indicated 67% ob the TuneEcu diagnostics screen)
Those are good normal readings - the dial/digital on the Diag screen are not showing % of throttle opening but % of voltage
You don't see 100% throttle on TuneECU...
Well, you can ................ just not on the diagnostic screen
Open the MapEdit screen and click on the Fuel Tab
You will see a highlight on the TPS axis - open the throttle and the highlight should track all the way to 100% on the axis.
Certainly check the CPS gap as suggested - and while checking that, might not be bad idea just to whip the cam cover off and validate the valve timing is good.
If you open throttle just a hair, does it continue to run or still die?
When it dies after a few seconds, can you immediately restart with same behaviour repeatedly?
It sounds like a fuel issue
You don't have the Fuel Pressure Regulator hooked up to anything other then the airbox (or just left unconnected is OK too)?
It certainly doesn't connect to the IACV manifold (Not suggesting that is necessarily the case, just covering that base)
On paper 9862 should be the correct map.
Can you try to get a screen capture of the Diag screen with all tabs on left expanded in that few seconds where it's running (ALT+Prnt Scrn will copy the active TuneECU screen and then you can 'paste' into an image editor)