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Finally got my coupe back to the track for the first time in 4 1/2 years. Basically rebuilt/updated most all the car. Here is a short run down of most of the combo.

R block 347, 28oz balanced eagle forged crank and H-beam rods, Ross pistons (10.8:1), ported AFR 185's (flow ~296/225 at .600), tfs-r box intake with ported lower, custom street nitrous solid roller cam (.616/.628, 248/260,113 lobe sep), harland sharp 1.6 adj. shaftmount rockers, 90mm t/b, 4" AMS powerpipe,90mm lmas, 1 3/4" hooker lt's, 3" dr. gas x-pipe, 3" mac produmps, built C4 w/ brake, JW ~3800 stall converter, 4.10 gears, 28x10.5" slicks.
Suspension-D&D tubular k-member and a-arms, avo adj. struts, 125# 14" coilovers, wilwood race brakes front and rear, HPM senior lca's, baseline suspensions stage 1 uppers & locator arm, qa1 adj. shocks, anti roll bar, 8pt mild steel cage.
I run E85....on the dyno n/a it put 401 to the wheels.

Ran at the Corral.net corral day event at Beech bend in bowling green,KY yesterday.

Race weight 3050, temps in the mid 90's high humidity
best n/a 11.09 at 122 *running on my E85 100 shot tune-4 degrees less timing than the n/a tune-didn't realize this at the time.

150 shot 10.05 at 135 with only a 1.48 60'

I'm gonna try to have the video of my nitrous passes hosted by tommorrow night.
There is alot of room for improvement in the 60' area I know.
 

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I would have thought that combo would N/A run the times you posted on spray. Not bad for a first time back at the track though.
 

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I would have thought that combo would N/A run the times you posted on spray. Not bad for a first time back at the track though.
Well..that would be nice..but the "whole" car is setup for the spray. Cam/tight converter. It will probably run in the 10.8-90 range on motor...I'll be very happy with that.
 
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