DONE RECENTLY:Dyno tune on 12/20/08. Got 381.4 wheel horsepower with 413 torque. This was at 23.5 psi with a manual boost controller! With the electronic boost controller this would be near 400 as it would maintain the 23.5 psi as opposed to the manual dropping off. If I get a larger front mount with TGV deletes I'll be well into the 400whp range.What you have to remember is that most rear wheel drive cars have around 10-15% drivetrain loss while AWD vehicles like mine have around 22% due to all the extra axles, drive shaft, transfer case, etc. So if you have 400whp you have at least 500 crank hp since 500x 80% is 400whp, but more like 513 x 78% = 400whp. Since these cars have more torque with the AWD and a good launch at 4.5-6,000 rpm your off like a bat out of hell with head, neck and body pinned to the seat as you hit max rpm or 28mph max in first gear right away and as you shift to second gear you lunge forward for a second. It's a great experience if you've done it or want a friend to show you!1)Rota G-Force 18X9 35 offset2)Dunlop Direzza Sport Z1 Star Specs 235/40/183)TSX Projector HID Retrofit headlight4)DEFI's relocated to A-Pillar in triple gauge pod5)ACT Street Clutch6)ACT Streetlite Flywheel 7)Kartboy 30% less than stock short shifter with a 1" drop8)Suede headliner with A, B & C pillars along with map & dome lights painted satin black to match 9)Beatrush Gold pulley cover10)H&R Camber bolts front & rear11)WRx sideskirts12)Greddy Profec B Spec II electronic boost controllerPicture taken on 9/17/08 after Rota G-Force 18x9 35 offset and Dunlop Direzza Sport Z1 Star Specs were mounted. These aggressive wheels required 2.5 degrees of front and rear camber.