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It has a 302 stock radiator with a electric fan, with a mallory hyfire VI with coil and distributer, spark plug wires, Waldbro 255 lph fuel pump, 21 lb injectors, aluminum valve covers, aluminum waterpump, aluminum crank pulley, and alternator pulley, on a brand new alternator. It has a 2.5 inch h exhaust with a bbk 3 inch intake. 70 mm throttle body, t5 transmission with stage 3 clutch, bbk short throw shifter, 3:73 rear end, 4 point roll cage with a strut tower brace. new k member, steeda coil overs, gas suspension all the way around, sub frame connectors,
 

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The cage will make it really fast!!!! :gringreen
 

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I'm sure many other members will chime in on your setup. Too many variables in your setup is missing. My advise is to take it to the track and found out, cuz atmospheric conditions and altitude can give a wide variation in performance.
 

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I'm sure many other members will chime in on your setup. Too many variables in your setup is missing. My advise is to take it to the track and found out, cuz atmospheric conditions and altitude can give a wide variation in performance.

+1 on that. What type of cam, type of air induction (intake manifold). Stock or aftermarket heads??? Need more info.
 

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Going on just what you've said, it should be around a 14.2 - 14.1 if you can get traction and have perfect weather conditions. This is also considering you're in Boise Idaho, which is at 2842 feet above sea level.
 
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