Now take a look at the numbers and graph after the intake and throttle body swap. The horsepower peak number is 475 at 6,400 rpm and stays that way until 6,800. The peak torque numbers are 413 at 5,300 rpm. One thing we noticed is that from about 2,500 until about 3,500 rpm, the torque numbers are anywhere from 14-16 lbs-ft less on the test with the new intake when compared to the OE intake. But from 3,500 rpm on, the numbers quickly catch up and even surpass the older number by a couple of lb-ft. While it may seem we sacrificed some low-end torque, we gained it back in the mid- to high-rpm range. However, the horsepower gains are undeniably cool. This intake smashed the horsepower numbers of the old tests.