Just came across this article, which I think is a pretty accurate overview of the MPS6: http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/mazda/6/27206/auto-express-greatest-drives and I'd love to learn to take corners like that! 5.7 seconds and the torque remains at peak until just under 5,000rpm, but at 5,500rpm where it hits peak power the torque is still 350Nm - before modifications. It's a good starting point. I'm getting a reinforced diff front mount fitted tomorrow which has poly bushes and also having poly bushes being fitted in the diff's rear mount at the same time, so this allows me to launch without fear! lol The rear diff was always a weak point on the MPS6. I'm going to get myself back on the insurance for my Accord as I'd like to hook torque up to it and see what it can do stock with the various tests it can monitor (0-60mph, 40-60mph, 60-80mph etc). Just out of interest, would it be difficult to transfer the AWD from the Legend or CR-V into the Accord? I know guys have managed to transfer the AWD from the MPS6 and the CX-7 into the MPS3 but it's only a 2nd Generation reactive system, whereas Honda's SH-AWD being predictive like the 4th Generation Haldex that is in the SAAB's would be awesome in the Accord I reckon!