I saw the list, but to be honest feel it only further aids my point. Especially when you consider that those sort of times can be achieved with a '96-98 Cobra with the stock throttle body, Mass Air Meter, inlet tube and Cat back. With traction, decent drivers are dipping into the 12's with nothing more than aggressive gearing, U/D pulleys, a drop in air filter, Long tube headers and an off road mid pipe. The biggest killer of the early 4V Cobra platform is not allowing it to run within the prime real estate of its power band. A set of 3.27's may be fine for an OHV that starts making its torque 1,000RPM lower in the rev range and begins falling on it's face at about 4,800RPM, but you can't approach DOHC performance with the same strategy. These early 4V's don't have the torque or displacement going for them off idle that the OHV's do…but man do they breath when at full cry!!! So getting them up there hard and fast is your most prudent strategy...and it’s where they really shine! I sir have laid out my points earlier in the thread. It seems that it is you who chooses to ignore what I posted in favour of your some what distorted view.