Well since you asked for feedback, I just noticed no one had mentioned about you removing your MAF screen. FYI, as far as I know, the heaviest opinion to this mod has leaned towards proving how useless it really is. In order for your MAF sensor to get a proper reading, it needs smooth, unturbulent airflow. As far as I can tell, when removed, the air is going to take the path of least resistance and go through the throttle body without upsetting the airflow in the sensor chamber. Therefore giving a uselessly inaccurate reading to the PCM and not allowing it to reach an optimum A/F combustion ratio. To the best of my knowledge, the quickest cars on record in this club are still running a throttle body with MAF screen intact. Logically, leaving it there should allow for the engine to calculate optimum burn ratios much faster with little lag or latency.
Your car, your choice, just thought you should know.