Let me start off by saying that Ken has a very nice car. That being said, lets address the main point that Jason was trying to make, area under the curve. If you look at Kens dyno sheet you will see that at 5500 rpms he is making 600hp, look at mine and you will see the same hp number. But at 6000 rpm he is making 740hp I am at 900hp. My dyno was smooth and sustained, his was choppy and peaky. Qiute frankly, if I had a dyno like that I would have been upset at the tuner and telling him to fix the damn problem(Jason).
What happened with my car on the dyno this last Vegas meet was a result of me racing the night before. I was tired and made a stupid mistake. Simply the car did not have enough fuel in the tank. When I accelerated it starved the pump and it detonated enough to pull a head stud out of the block. Now understand that I knew this before I put the car on the dyno and I knew what it would do on the dyno. But I still did it because that is what I came to do and I still made the most power on just boost.
When I got back home I Heliacoiled that stud hole and put the head back on. It ran perfect, there was no other damage. Now if that does not tell you how strong the engine is I do not know what will. And if there is any doubt as to what I am saying you can as Larry from SP, he was there the whole time with us.