Mine tipped the scales at 3250 with driver, now minus 68 pounds. The car was mini-tubbed, has Chris Alston ladder bars, and Koni coil overs. 10/90 Comp Eng. shocks on the front. The trans
. is a JPT full roller C4 with transbrake, B&M Pro Ratchet shifter. I launch the car on a limiter that holds it at 4800 RPM. When I release the T/B it flashes to 6600 . (Playback tach) and the shift lite is set at 7400 (it actually shifts at 7800 by the playback). The converter is an S5 series from http://www.tcsperformance.com/ppdnew/s5s4.html
The motor made peak power at 7400 RPM (618) and peak torque was pretty much a flat line from 5400-6400 (456). When I switched to the N2O cam I lost about 55 ft/lbs of torque, but figured the nitrous would make up for it. It did. 1.360 60 foot. The heads were prepped by TEA, 2.05x1.64 Ferrea's, 5 angle, triple springs. They heads were then shipped to Wilson Manifolds in Florida who did the S. Victor. 371 CFM per port. all within 1 per cent of each other. The car was NHRA certified in April for sub tens, and I got my S/C, S/G license a few years ago.