yea you're right their dyno chart looks really shady. i actually just got off the phone with chris from ct-engineering and i am very disappointed to say that they are still months away from releasing an intake. they said they couldnt get any decent gains so they are going back to the drawing board. that is a very honest and reputable company.Their dyno chart was all over the place. It looked wrong. The baseline horsepower was way too low peaking at 140 and up to 155 with the intake (15, not 20 hp gain). That's nowhere near the typical 170s we've been seeing for baseline dynos. The AFR also is WAY too lean at 9:1 at 5700 rpm. I just can't believe they posted that without comparing it to other cases.
Plus where they measured the differences in horsepower and torque were totally unconventional. Seems like they had rookies doing that. Just weird.