Backtraking? No, I explained mafalda the role concerning conditions. I start by the point that the published data (acceleration and 1/4 mile) are correct, data factors for the correction are mistaken (also written by hand). C/D published them for 3 times, two times in the article and one in the data sheet written by hand. So acceleration data/quarter mile are surely corrected. Then, we have the air conditions to evaluate and coming back to the uncorrected time, and conditions doesn't explain so hard "back" correction... or you are trying to say that the article is completely a fake? lol If that the Pobst's mule is not so fast is because they probably not apply so hard data in their ECU... we can't know, I not exclude about that situation..