Our dyno test did enable us to find some extra horsepower, but as far as statistical data goes, it is useless.
I drove Nate and Jeff's boat with the TC motor. Nate was quite capable and familiar with it when it was stock, but it was proving to be a handful for him with the new motor. I guess the 496MagHO with CMIs could get low 70s under good conditions.
I drove it briefly (with the TC motor) for one hard pass, the throttle trim wasn't working, the tabs were a lttle FAST , and I was trimming with the dash buttons, so it was far from hung out. Anyway, the tach did read 5400 with their 32" Bravo 1 and 1:35 gears.
I flipped the GPS speedo recall on and the needle was falling off. Nate says that's how it works (mine will stay on peak speed until you turn it off or erase it, don't know if their's is hooked up correctly?). He also said it was reading 94, and that seems correct. Again there was plenty left. I never got on the trim or ran very far.
The boat handled just like mine, a little torque roll to the left on acelleration, and then smooth as silk. I think Nate was over trimming, because he was used to "milking" the old motor and setup for speed. I couldn't get it to chinewalk at all. It should handle great when you get the rigging straightened out. Keep us posted.