I think you should ask yourself, "Do they use it on their own shop car and if not, why?" Far too many people are hell-bent on dyno numbers and who's to say that they aren't fudging their numbers? Remember, they aren't running a charity. They are in the business of selling parts to you, me and all the other Evo X owners out there and they certainly aren't going to do it by posting low numbers. I mean, does any guy really go out to a club and try picking up the hottest chick in there with the line 'I have a below average sized dong'? Just keep in mind that it's your money, until you hand it over. You have the duty and obligation as a consumer to find out the true value of what you intend to buy instead of just looking at a price tag, because in the end, you'll just be spending more. As the old saying goes:
It's funny how people don't have the time to do things right the first time, but find time to do things over.
Note to yourself how long a manufacturer has been doing their thing, their quality control, their reputation, their R&D and finally the price, because all things equal, you get what you pay for. Just ask yourself, if the HKS, Buschur, AMS and Works intakes were the same price, which one would you buy?
There's a saying in Japan: True craftsmanship is priceless.
There's another saying: Americans have no eye for craftsmanship.
You purchased a performance vehicle for a little more than I spend on porn in a year, don't you want the best for it? I mean, that's like saying to throw in the Chevron conventional oil into your engine just because it's half the price of Mobil 1.