Thanks for educating me
KillaCoupe, E.T. is the time it takes for a car to get from point A to point B, it's not what makes it fast.
A Dyno sheet is what a Dyno makes when measuring an engines torque. It is then converted to horsepower in the formula
Then you get the Horsepower curve along with the Torque curve.
This in itself isn't worth much, but when combined with other variables such as vehicle weight, gear, tire size and traction limits, transmission efficiency, converter slippage and stall,
Barometric pressure, humidity and temperature, one can make a fairly accurate guess as to how fast a car can E.T.