If we were impressed by the V2K's ride improvement, we were amazed by the power output of the combined Baron Big Air Kit, Cobra Speedster Shorts and Power Commander. Although peak horsepower isn't the most important part of this modification, these are the numbers people always look at first. In stock trim, the V2K put out 93.4 horsepower and 117.1 foot-pounds of torque. After having a custom fuel map created by L&L; Motorsports, the numbers jumped to 106.3 hp and 131.0 foot-poundsa 12 percent and 11 percent increase respectively. While that might be nice, the numbers at partial throttle make the biggest impression from the saddle. At every throttle position above 2000 rpm, the modified fuel system makes more power. For example, at 40 percent throttle at 3000 rpm, the V2K makes almost eight more ponies. What this means out on the street is that simply rolling on the throttle gives you much better response than before. You don't need to run the engine out to the rev limit to benefit from the upgrades! However, when you do choose to wind out the engine, the combination of the intake honk, exhaust note and power increase is intoxicating.