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I wouldn't say those are really good results. The differences between the rotors is pretty high and lets face it, without knowing exactly what RPM these tests were done at, they mean nothing. You can hope those values are normalized but that defeats the purpose of the test. Make them retest you for free and make sure you know exactly what what RPM they were done at (250rpm). Sometimes even the pros make mistakes.
-93 Spirit R Replica built @ IRP. Enzo tuned
No, they can't change the starter speed. There is a chart to normalize the numbers "as if" it was done at 250rpm. The original guy didn't have the speed at all, so it could be unnormalized and really high RPM, in which case his engine isn't as good as if the RPM was normal or even low RPM crank speed.
You got all the numbers, they did it fine. Just use the normalization chart to adjust the numbers down to 250RPM.