It should be great for the street. There is talk that it is basically 300v but with a detergent pack and additives. The 300v shouldn't be used long term in a street car unless you actually require it. 300v does a great job dealing with fuel dilution, so e85/water-meth/massive injectors-rich pump gas idle/cruise type cars, or just if you are really pushing a lot of power and abusing is daily.
I would say go for it and pop in the 300v for track days
The detergents would be nice to keep everything clean although I change the oil often. We disabled closed loop fueling to rectify some driveability issues in closed loop due to the front o2 being moved post-turbine with my twinscroll setup. the tune itself is not excessively rich, but it's slightly rich a lot more often. E85 was also in the plan since I've started running 300V but I didn't get the car dialed in on 93 until last summer and just never got to E85 tuning. That's my plan for this year though