This says it all, I don't think we need to say much more. But I will add that this really comes down to the difference in dyno's. The dynapack is far more sensitive and will show fluctuations more than the dynojet. The mass of the rollers spinning tends to smooth dyno plots out and will not show the fluctuations that are present as clearly. Also, for comparison sake this setup has no tunning software or AEM ems setup on it. This factor pretty much eliminates the validity of a comparison between the two cars and there dyno plots.Let's hope your fab skills are sharper than you observational ones
On his dyno, the drop form the first peak, to the bottom if the drop is 10lt/lbs., it then rises an addiitonal 25wtq to peak, this equates to about a 15wtq difference between peaks.
On your graph, the decrease is a little less than 10wtq (hard to tell with the much different scaling/graphing), but indeed increases the same amount form peak to peak (15wtq).
There may be a couple ft/lb difference, but thats is hardly a big deal, especially since long tubes could certaily effect the powerband before/near peak torque
Ofcourse, why would you have something negative to say about a competing product