Setting intonation on a guitar is a give and take process.
It's not something you can learn over night .
A lot of things come into play when setting intonation .
Number one rule. Guitars will NEVER tune perfectly,
EVER. The tempered system of tuning which guitar fret placement relies on is imperfect, but it’s the best we can do. The system was designed by J.S. Bach in 1717. It's a give and take process .
Here are a few.
Always use a new set of strings. Even so, you can still get a bad set of new strings .
Is the nut cut correctly ? Is your truss rod adjusted correctly .
Some people mistakingly believe that they can set the truss rod
to their particular feel ." NOT TRUE " There's either right or wrong on
your guitar .
I don't know how much work was done to your guitar,
was the bridge relocated at all ? I've looked at the bridge you've bought and can't tell if the top comes to a slight v or not on the top .
Some people think they can set intonation by using Harmonics .
Harmonics won't tune .
Also ~ Don't try to set intonation between fretted
strings and open strings .
Luckily~ You only have 2 points to adjust on that bridge rather than 6.
Whitout the guitar in my hands it's so difficult to tell.