No one seems to have a 8 valve cylinder head setup that can flow at higher RPM, which I believe that is what the BMF made for.
Mine and boostgeek are the only dynos I know of with 8 valves that makes the peak HP number AFTER 6000rpm.
This is something I too looked into 10 years ago when I dyno'd 480WHP @ 2 deg advanced on the stock 88 turbo roller cam.
Peak HP around 5900rpm and I knew all I had to do was retard cam a degree or two if I wanted to push it past 6000. My objective was power Under the curve and the Charger was gaining more on the back half at the track then almost any other TD I could compare it to at that time, so I left it exactly where it was. (add to this that my 061 Springs were pooched and the "flutter" above 6000rpm, was indeed valve float. I would soon discover this as, at the time, most including myself thought that flutter was my drive pressure choking the mtr with the stock exhaust mani!)
Always thought I would get to a point where I would need to retard for traction alone at the track, but we made it all this way running aggressive cam timing vs stock and finding where the power band really wanted to be.
Back to what I started to say; I searched and searched and searched and couldn't find a TD dyno that compared to the Chargers peak #'s back then, so even more surprising that all these years later, you can't find many now.
I think this is twofold;
On the one hand, it shows you that people aren't building for peak #'s and just to have a dyno # to brag about.(Don't take this wrong, cuz I'm Not talking about you here! I know you do Not fit into this category ; ))
On the other hand, the ones that Are out there, either don't dyno their cars, or do dyno, but don't post the info any more ;)