TurboPhill and Kold-Fire are both members here.
The ECU will NOT give 0-60 times, only RPM's.It would be interesting to see the 0-60 times logged by the ecu before and after the changes. HP numbers are nice but I would like to know what it translates to in real world performance figures. Can you extract that data from the ECU with the cable that you have for programming? or do you have to go to the dealer the retrieve it?
Actually, the printout from my dealer at the 1000 mile break in service included lots of valuable info including the quickest 0-60 time, 0-100 time, top speed, how long at each 1000 rpm increment, how many times it had hit the rev limiter, what the rpms were when it hit the rev limiter, how many hours on the engine, etc. There is lots of valuable info in there that lotus and the dealer has access to, the question was whether or not it requires dealer/lotus only software to get at it or can you access it through obd diagnostics.
I will admit that I was a bit surprised by the amount of data I was provided with and that the warranty department has access too.
It would be fairly easy to tell if the car had been tracked based on some of this info.