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I'm going to try to get a dyno soon - I'm pretty sure there will be an increase. I have seen others post dyno results that are in the 415-420 range stock, with no mods. Metalman just started a thread with his dyno results - without filters - 450 - and he wasn't able to max it out all the way. I have been running a combo of 91 octance, plus 1/4 tank of 100 octane - and this combined with the filter removal makes a substantial difference - not an imaginary difference - a real tangible difference - way quicker throughout the entire rev band from 1k rpm and up. I think the higher octane combined with more airflow produces a great combo and great results. Anyone who has access to the gas, I would recommend trying it.