Attached is an image of the timing map. Haven't figured out how to attach files to this post. I would not use this map without a very capable knock-sense algorithm monitoring things. The stock ECU knock sensor is fast and pulls timing a lot during normal operation.
You would have to do the math to calculate injector pulse width, it can get you in the ball park.
Another option is looking at base maps from OTHER standalone EMS that use Injector Pulse width for metering petrol/gasoline such as the AEM software for the v1. As a base map it MIGHT get the motor started but it will not be anywhere close to driveable.
you won't bee able to as that table does not take into account the knock detection scheme that it keeps track off (along with the other modifier tables). That table is essentially what happens when you disconnect the battery.
The only thing I can think of that can do this is the emanage since it intercepts the timing and fuel values and adjusts them. adding to the PW or timing. Issue though is it doesn't quite seem to read the values correctly at least on my 2jz when I was logging. it starts off fine then does something crazy.