That will depend on the mods you have , your local conditions, chosen fuel, etc.
Your best bet is to find a lonely section of highway, or good road, for some WOT passes.
#1- Choose the fuel you will be running , obviously there are performance gains with the use of 93 octane tuning.
#2- for a stock engine, without internal modifications, the 5600 rpm rev limit is probably just fine. (IMO it should stay together through 6000 rpm ,safely). So take your pick there, hopefully you'll never use it.
#3- Raise the top speed limiter, not that you'll use it either, but you may exceed the stock setting for a brief time, hopefully
#4- Adjust for your tire size (speedo-calibrate is important for acurate VSS readings that control the transmission shifting)
#5- If you have not added an internal shift kit, add the shiftfirmness. You'll love that one
#6- This is the one that takes some work. I think the book has the directions, but basically here is what you do.
Take a friend to watch the tach with you. make a pass WOT (Wide Open Throttle) go through the gears, and don't worry about shifting to fourth (OD) you'll never do that in a race.
Log the shift points and note where it felt like it "quit pulling".
Work on first gear, then second , etc.
This will get you "in the ballpark" then adjust in small steps at the track to fine tune for the quickest times.
Keep in mind that bigger rpm's does not mean faster times. You need to shift when the engine stops pulling hard.
For mine I felt that the stock shift points were too high, the engine was done pulling and still trying to get rpm's before it would shift.
Here are the settings that I am currently using- 87 oct. Power tuning, 5600 rpm, 128 mph, 30.5 tires, Shiftfirmness, 1-2 shift= -1, 2-3 shift= -2, 3-4 shift= -1
Here are my settings