Yea, this wasn't the tune. Hollow-stemmed valve flexed, stuck and hit, leading to total catastrophic failure. It sucks and it is expensive for sure.
Hindsight, I would have just built the motor from the get go to go along with the s/c. I still would have increased the power at the time, because although it was quick stock, it wasn't all that I wanted.
I get that others are going the FI route and leaving everything else, I say they are on borrowed time though. Nothing would have saved this motor with the failure that happened. Hell, it might have done the same thing if it was stock.
Now, if it was stock today, I wouldn't touch it since the Trackhawk is confirmed. I'd just wait. But, I may end up with a Trackhawk as well.
In other news, Livernois' AWD dyno is fixed and my Jeep was on the rollers earlier this morning. They got some base data from the tune and are now tweaking on it looking for more power.
2014 Max Steel GC SRT, built by the bad boys at JNAP
Livernois built 392 and Whipple Kit