Do you normally inject once a week? If not, the blood test results you gave (after not pinning for a week) are useless. Also, the usefulness of free-T tests is considered doubtful by many. In addition, you need to know total testosterone and SHBG, and your doctor should test you for excessive red blood cells and iron retention (hematocrit, etc.).
I suspect your T dose is too high, which can cause the problem with tiredness you mentioned. As ksman said, your dose is extreme for TRT, and may be causing excessive red blood cell production, etc., which can cause this and other side effects, as well as cardiovascular problems in the longer run.
Your are carrying a large amount of weight for your height, and 15% fat isn't bad but still generous. If you haven't been losing weight, it seems doubtful that you have to eat more. Maybe you are eating more calories than you calculated.