its the torque at the wheels that is most important as the actual measurement rather than made up flywheel figures , the gear box acts as a torque multiplier. if you had the same gearbox on a diesel and petrol you would really notice the difference :cool:
Yes, they have got something wrong on the power calculation. There are several standards for corrected dyno horse power, SAE , DIN , but you should always get the cross point at 5252 on the same scales
bring valid driving license
bring your own helmet you will recoup the cost after a couple of TD, the hire ones are old and smelly
a car which is in good road going condition , no leaking fluids, no loose objects. Tax and MOT if using public roads, trailer it otherwise
re: injectors problems and Ford admitting it, not true, mine is a Dec 2003 reg, and only managed to do 27,500 with all the problems I have had with the fuel system. Only just had some major work done in December last year to fix it again, and after just a couple of 1000 during winter, bang...