I would add a catch can to that list.
94 is probably rare, and in fact... a lot of folks end up at the 91 tune even when 93 is available (lot of threads on the net about that).All great advice. Thanks!
Looking at the diablo, I see you can get canned tunes for 93, 91 octanes, but why not 94? We can get it at out stations here, well just one brand, it's a bargain right now.
The fact that the Hellcat has a PCV oil catch system built into the valve covers tells me it is a pretty good idea.90mm TB will be too large for a relatively stock engine with just bolt ons. Biggest I would go with is 85mm. Even that probably won't yield much hp gain for the money spent.
When I ran the canned tunes I had the best luck with the 91 tune running 93 octane. When I ran the 93 tune on 93 octane I still got a fair amount of knock retard. The 91 just felt better and had less/almost no knock retard.
Getting a custom tune is the way to go though. Dialed in for your particular car based on datalogs from your car, can't get much better than that outside of a full dyno tune which is way more than an email tune. Unless you have crazy mods, an email tune will do just fine.
Catch can is a good idea as well. There's arguments for and against having one, lots of threads out there on that.