1st rule of owning a Toyota: Toyotas are gods gift to the automotive world, thus they are perfect in every way.
2nd rule of owning a Toyota: If anything goes wrong, its 100% your fault and no other Toyota has suffered the same fate.
Can you replicate launching your vehicle on a dyno? No
Can you replicate hills on a dyno? No
Can you replicate inconsistencies in the track on a dyno? No
Can you replicate towing on a dyno? No
Can you replicate a road course on a dyno? No
Can you replicate stop and go traffic on a dyno? No...
A dyno in no way represents the real world. Hence why "dyno queens" usually don't do well at the drag strip.
In my case the revision had more to deal with synchronizing shift points with the massive change in the power band than the engine its self.
When I "tuned " my EcoBoost the shop had me install the mods, upload the tune, then drive and log the data for a week. Then they tweaked the tune and we started the process over again. After two revisions, it's perfect.
The data gathered on a dyno is nice, but not very comparable to data...
Awweee...that's cute. Could it be...dare I say... that I buy my vehicles based on performance and price? Dare I say that the precious fullsize offering from Toyota didn't impress me enough to warrant the 4k extra to buy it?