So dope! I'm sure its a blast to drive and having a/c is a must.
I drew that conclusion by the obvious "plateau" in the curves in that RPM range, maybe that was the wrong way to come to that conclusion. However, it certainly will make more power in that range with a more aggresive tune.. leading me to believe this was a conservative tune, and more specifically in that range of the powerband.I'm not sure how you are coming to the conclusion that it is a conservative tune in the daily driven RPM range... You cannot really draw that conclusion from the dyno plot alone. That is really dependent on the ignition timing and the fuel mapping, but in all honesty an engine tuned properly does not need to be "conservative". You should tune for the minimum timing for peak torque. For a given RPM and throttle setting there is an ignition timing, referred to as MBT (minimum best timing) that will produce peak torque and then begin fall off with futher advance. At this setting the engine is running the most efficient and an efficient motor is a good running motor. You can back the timing off a degree or so to account for variation in the octane of the gas from batch to batch.
I'm glad to see you got it up and running, I'm pretty jealous!