If that's the case, he's going to have to tell us what kind of dyno he has.
roush steeda 6 - If you're talking about the dyno printouts that come with the motors, don't bother. They mean nothing, the brushes are never broken in or properly seated, and they are never, ever, accurate. I am almost inclined to believe that some companies, namely Trinity and Fantom, just throw some random numbers in there. I'm sure other companies do it too. Bottom line, don't even look at the numbers. If you want to feel good about picking out a motor with good numbers, sure, do that, but don't expect them to be relivant.
If, however, you do have a dyno, or know someone with one, please tell us what dyno it is so we can help you out.