My old engine set-up went 11.37 @ 125.05 on BFG drag radials. Stock shortblock, Crower 15510 cam, Edelbrock 6037's/RPM intake and the S-trim @ 12psi. Pretty simple stuff and it flew. The next pass it hooked better and 330' numbers were better but I hung up the 4th shift, over-revved it and popped the headgaskets while bending 7 exhaust valves. OOPS!
It got fixed, AFM B3 cam and bigger injectors and ran 12.0 @ 122 on my street tires (non-DR's) the next spring. Eventually ran a 10.76 @ 126.24 on a slick.
Since then it's been nothing but slicks and a new engine. I do have soem monster 325 BFG's waiting to go on though.:evil:
11.6 @ 126.5 with 2.1 60ft.
GT-40 intake, TW heads, F cam, 42lb, 80mm MAF, 70mm TB, equal length shorty headers, h pipe, flowmasters, MSD, S-trim and Powerpipe, Tremec, 3.73's. This was done on my last pass of the season and the only 4th run of mine on drag radials, hence the poor 60ft because I wasn't use to launching on drag radials.
Ya need ta ditch that blower, and drive 3 miles down tha road to compucar. That's all I am gonna say. 12 oh's on 265 futuras on 125 wid 600psi of bottle pressure, one bent push rod, and a bad intake gasket. YOU know tha combo that was in my slow blue coupe.
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