I'll add your remark above as a note underneath the next version of the table (in the table itself I only use normal gas to keep it as comparative as possible). BTW: that torque would be by far the highest torque, all graphs need to be replotted for that. In fact I used your dyno-figures on normal gas as input for the FF275 kit, so you're already in there!Also, I would add that at no extra cost (other than dyno time), a FF 275 kit with a standalone ECU can be configured to have a second map with race gas producing much better numbers. On 100 octane gas, my car produces 252 whp and 221 ft/lbs of torque. I only plan to use this map on autocross days (100 octane is $8/ gallon) but I wanted to point out that option.
Thanks for pointing it out!