You have an extra mutation, that is why you don't match with the other C1b2a members.
extra mutation: 9165c
the others do not have that particular mutation.
Someone in your maternal lineage mutation changed compared to the other members of that group.
You have all the same mutations as all the others except for that extra one.
So then I'm one of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. And, I have super powers I haven't discovered yet just waiting to bloom, right? :O) I submitted my results to GenBank. It's schedualed to be published tommorow, and will be available a few days later as GenBank accession number JN546585. There are 13 other C1b2a submissions on GenBank. They are DQ282447, DQ282448, DQ282449, DQ282450, DQ282451, DQ282452, DQ282453, DQ282454, DQ282455, DQ282456, DQ282457, DQ282458.2, GQ397486. None are FTDNA except for GQ397486. I don't match any of them either. Also Ian Logan, who helped me prepare my submission has us all up on his web page http://www.ianlogan.co.uk/sequences_by_group/c1b_genbank_sequences.htm for easy comparison. Only two of the others and me have extra mutations, but not at the same places.
Eddie's and my father's should be listed, but I can't remember their submission data.
Yes, Ian helped us too.
So there should be two others listed as C1b2a from FTDNA, it should be these two from Puerto Rico:26. GQ397486(Puerto Rico) FTDNA
Yes, there are many of us in that particular group. That maternal Eve was a strong one from the looks of it. :))
Too bad I can't go that far in my genealogy to find out who she was. :))