There is more to tuning than tuning on the dyno. Smooth driveability is more important as numbers can be misleading when it comes to dyno numbers. As you can see within the graph, the stock map oscillates around 5500 rpm causing the stock map to make more whp according to the final numbers. The inconsistent power also doesn't make for a good driving experience. If the car didn't oscillate, my assumption would be around 285 peak whp which would put gains for this map around 85 whp over stock. Torque does the same, just a small bump for a few hundred rpm. Regardless, torque gains with this map are around 140 wtq over stock. More important, is how smooth that power is delivered. Peak numbers are great, but always look at how the power is delivered. Bottom line... Smooth power and the power under the curve is truly what makes the difference when it comes to driveability.