Maybe the car had some issues? Who knows. Cant base your opinion on ONE dyno and ONE car. More people need to test it but I kinda doubt it will start flying off the shelves any time soon.
I'm just trying to get past the marketing hype. He posts dyno numbers of this wheel on a HIGHLY modified car. The general SRT-4 owner will believe that they will be able to duplicate these results and build a big turbo killer on the cheap which we both know is not the case.
I'm not hating on this part, but unless the laws of physics have some how been re-written, you can only flow so much air though a stock or even modified stock manifold. He probably got those numbers, but who's to say this tune is safe? Who's to say this is not a case of a StuPiD
dangerous tune in order to get the biggest dyno numbers possible for the set up?
Mole stated that he achieved his high dyno numbers because the car was set for ALL OUT ABSOLUTE KILL!!! He and James even stated, not to try this at home!!
And like chicago skittle pointed out, no fuel at 260whp, but you end up making over 300whp? and zero knock?
Maybe I missed something, I'll go back and re-read his test results.