Very interesting. You did not explain this in detail but your comments lead me to believe you understand the implications of dyno results. I have spoken to some very successful mechanics and an engineer, they simply do not get it. A dyno run shows real time torque for an engine but not HP. HP is work over time, a ten second dyno run showing 300 hp is only extrapolating the engines hp potential by using torque figures. The dyno can say if this engine was run at this torque for an extended time it is capable of producing a given HP, not that it produced that hp in ten seconds. If you really want to piss someone off calculate how much hp a car actually produced in a 12 second run.