I had to run a Fox with a big block Chev with 300 horse of nitrous in the final last week.
I moved myself voluntarily from true street (which I fit) to middleweight so the race would be closer.
Middle weight was anything you want to run as long as it was back-half only and 28/29 tires. Heavy weight was full chassis car.
So got my 3210 pound 8.2 deck Ford with quiet mufflers and full interior, on tires that fit inside the factory wheel wells, in among "race cars" with fire shooting out of fender exits. LOL
I gapped every one of them, and my data log shows I was full throttle for 2 seconds against the big block Chev power stang in the final, then 30-60% throttle the rest of the way.
I told the Chev Stang driver I was sorry he made a mistake that cost him the race. He said "I din't make no mistake".
I said, "You sure did. You put a chevy motor in your Mustang." We all had a good laugh about it, and then they changed the rules. Now I have to run my street car with quiet mufflers in unlimited class against full chassis cars, because all the Chevy-stangs are all butt hurt by a 302 deck height Ford with mufflers.
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89 LX. 363, single turbo, Super Vic EFI, TFS high port heads by TEA, solid roller, glide. Holley HP EFI. (exact combo varies)