No Tim, I'm talking batch data, not formulation data. But you knew that.
Engine stand testing is a funny business because many of those tests are so complex that it is really easy to get a false fail (especially if that's what you wanted in the first place) but practically impossible to get a false pass. That is why those are some of the rare cases where it is an ethically valid practice to test until you pass.
With the possible exception of D 2272 for industrial oils, very few tests that would be used for batch certification fall into that category. Batch tests of necessity tend to fall into the 'go-no go' category.
Pulling a single batch and running a complex engine test once doesn't give you any useful data unless it's a pass in most cases.
Isn't it time for your Amsoil drum circle or something?