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I have a Speedtech diffuser plate sysyem and a Edelbrock fogger system I run a .65 jet in the plate and .30 .28 spread in the fogger. I leave on the plate and .2 out the fogger comes on do you think if I jetted up the fogger and took off the plate that I could get it to run quicker.
car weights 3080 and has ran a best [email protected] with a 1.23 sixty ft. on a 28 10.5 stock susp.
 

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I wouldnt think so, but if you could put a little more on the fogger and keep the plate the same you might be able to if the chassis likes it.
 

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put more in the plate like a .73 then a.82 move the fogger out some 6 to 8ths then work the fogger back in as the chassis allows. should run high .20s to low .030s. good luck, nice car.
 

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put more in the plate like a .73 then a.82 move the fogger out some 6 to 8ths then work the fogger back in as the chassis allows. should run high .20s to low .030s. good luck, nice car.
I have thought about trying that but I dont know if I should I just have a 4130 crank and rods (l19 rod bolts) I dont know if the bottom end will stay together.
here is a [email protected] pass 1.24 60ft http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ZmMpgR4RVY
and here is a [email protected] 1.23 60ft http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W1oziyCkNHI
 

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the block would be more of a concern, the foundation is key. with you tune ups be dead on, the crank and rods will survive more that they are rated at. detonation kills any and all.
 
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