I can give you an idea...
'69 Dodge Coronet - "Street Racer Setup" - before 500 CID Indy
Weight with driver, 3415 lbs
.030 440 block with 10.75:1 forged six pak pistons with factory crank
Indy 440 SR-1 heads
Comp Magnum solid roller
Mopar M1 single plane
1050 CFM Holley (custom... not a dominator)
Top Gun 300 shot
Race-prepped 727 with Turbo Action components (reverse manual... full internals)
Mopar 2800 stall "Hemi" converter (flashed to 5000 on the jug)
8 3/4 "Sure Grip" with 3.55 gears, 29x12.50-15 Hoosier Dirt Bozz
Six cylinder B-body torsion bars
Super Stock springs with pinion snubber snubber set 1" from plate on trunk floor.
On the motor.... 12.90 @ 119 MPH ... built to use the nitrous AND was an absolute money maker on the street.
On the jug... 10.32 at 138 MPH (best) ... actually bent the roof above the B-pillar on both sides of the car on that particular run... with the weld-in subframe connectors. Asked to leave MIR for lack of, well, everything.
That was at the '93 MIR Speed Shop Challenge.
The car only got faster from there... but the nitrous setup was absolutely LETHAL on that particular combo. So there you go... 2.5 seconds off the quarter.
FYI... we went with the 500 CID with the bigger Indy head going foward. The 440 with the factory forged crank and TRW pistons took a serious beating. It lasted, but we could tell that the force of the "hit" was really taking a serious toll on the bearings. The cheap "Six Pak" pistons did okay though!
FYI... the engine had less than 3500 in it back in '93.
I'm trying to leave the nitrous thing alone these days... it's like crack for me!!