The run was done yesterday under 90F heat, with a very weak fan pointed to the car, and another one blowing into the oil cooler... The map had no time to adapt, I basically flashed and ran.
Remember this is a Mustang dyno, and take the HP value with a big stone of salt.
If you want to see what the dyno thinks the peak value is with weather compensation factor :
We also ran in AWD mode, as the Dyno operator had bad experience with these BMW models where you cannot disable traction control completely, so the front wheels were also spun.
I did test the map a couple of days prior to the dyno run (flashed stock back a day prior) , and it felt very very good; more alive and willing to go even in P400 mode. It might be just placebo effect, but I swear I hear the intake more, so it's one more reason to floor it all the time
If you look at the torque gain, I believe what my butt dyno felt is that 28ft.lb gain from 3500 all the way to 5250 RPM's where the torque and HP always meet...
I like it and I highly recommend it; I believe gains are even higher after adaptation and even more so if you have some other mods, like headers/exhaust, etc. Headers are most likely my next mod also...