The Gintani Dyno Dynamics is a fair bit more conservative than a dynojet. At a fairly conservative 6.3 PSI with SAE correction the car puts down an impressive 606.9 to the wheels. The S85 is going to be quite a beast, like the S65 but better thanks to the displacement advantage. The only downside versus the S65 V8 which is based on this same V10 is an engine bay that is more cramped making it difficult to fit a larger blower but that is something to worry about much further down the line.
Pricing starts at $15995 and they will offer special discounted pricing for the first 5 cars. If you have an E60 M5 or E63/E64 M6 and have been on the sidelines waiting for a supercharger kit, you may find this setup hard to resist. Dyno graphs, pictures, and video below.