Well, it's been a long time coming. After various check engine light issues last year, and vibration issues after only two runs at the dragstrip last october, I wasn't sure if I would ever get this car dynod and tuned.. But after sorting out the check engine light problems, and fixing my vibration, the car runs and drives great. For those who don't know my combo: Stock fox shortblock, trickflow tw heads, B-31 cam, Systemax intake, Vortech V2 S-trim @ 12 lbs All ready for pulls: Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7mWOA-V8R3Y Results: This was performed on an eddy-current loaded dyno, which is supposed to be one of the more accurate as far as 'real world' numbers for what is actually being made under a load. Fairly close to accuracy as a 'Mustang Dyno' if you're familiar with them. I'm very pleased with the results. This entire time I was guessing my numbers based on a range of 440-512rwhp from combos very similar to mine, so I feel like 478rwhp/441 ft lbs is a good accurate number, and both my tuner and another tuner present agreed that they were very nice, stout numbers. There is only about 10 degrees of total timing in the car now, due to it being non-intercooled. Even though I'm running methanol injection, my tuner felt that he would rather keep the engine fairly on the safe side, then to push it's luck. Questions/Comments welcome!