You will need a safe SC tune to even start it once the SC is installed (not WOT, just safe partial throttle timing and A/Fs). Then have the WOT parameters tweaked for highest efficiency on the rollers to ensure you don’t run out of fuel pump and cause a lean condition. You will need a tuner to do both.
You have 2 options,
1) A professional dyno tune that replaces your stock tune with a custom one.
2) A handheld that STORES the stock tune and put in a semi-custom one.
#1 is generally the best BUT, if you ever take your car in to a dealer and they reflash it, your tune is TOAST unless your tuner keeps it and reflashed your old tune back.
The handheld, you can restore the stock tune yourself, take it in for whatever and then put your own tune back in.