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Here are a few comments for others who might want to use this profile.
First, the OP needs to specify what material is being used. Based on the relatively high temperature (225° - 230° C), I assume that this is NOT a profile for printing PLA. Most PLAs are "happier" down around 200°.
You have a 93.5% flow, 8mm retraction with a 65 mm/s retraction speed, also things I would not associate with PLA. Is this less than 100% flow designed to overcome an extrusion problem? If so, other people's Enders may not have that problem, or they may have different filament which extrudes differently.
You have an extraordinarily high print acceleration of 2000 mm/s2. Normal is 500. I would think that could be a bad thing, not a good thing. Why did you do this, and what is it designed to fix or improve?
You have a very large number of changes for bridging, and have supports turned on by default. I don't think I would do those things in a "default" profile, although they may very well be useful for getting cleaner prints for certain types of overhangs.