By The Numbers
'70 Plymouth Duster
Kevin Whitt * Norman, OK
Total cost to build: $13,783
Best quarter-mile ET: 10.77/124
(125hp NOS), 11.59/117 (on motor)

Type: 440 big-block Chrysler
Block: factory Chrysler, bored to 446ci
Oiling: Milodon oil pump, Moroso pan, B&M cooler
Rotating assembly: Eagle 3.750-inch steel crank,
6.760-inch H-beam rods,
forged 10.0:1 Speed-Pro pistons
Cylinder heads: ported Mopar 906 iron castings,
2.14/1.81-inch stainless steel valves
Camshaft: Crane 232/242 at .050 hydraulic roller,
.504/.528-inch lift, 112-degree LSA
Valvetrain: Crane lifters and valvesprings
Rocker arms: Mopar Performance 1.6:1 ratio
Induction: Mopar Performance M1 intake,
1-inch Moroso spacer
Carburetor: Holley 850-cfm carburetor
Fuel system: Holley pump, Barry Grant regulator,
custom aluminum fuel cell
Power adder: NOS nitrous 125-shot
Exhaust: TTI 2-inch long-tube headers,
dual 3-inch Flowmaster mufflers
Cooling: Griffin radiator, Summit water pump,
B&M electric fan
Output: 530hp at 6,000 rpm,
526 lb-ft at 5,900 rpm (on motor)
Built by: C&C Performance
Transmission: TorqueFlite 727 auto,
TCI 4,200-stall converter,
manual valvebody, B&M shifter
Rear axle: Mark Williams 8.75-inch rearend,
30-spline axles, 3.91:1 gears,
Detroit Locker differential
Rear suspension: rebuilt stock;
Mopar Performance subframe connectors
and Super Stock springs
Brakes: Wilwood 11-inch discs, front;
stock drums, rear
Wheels: Weld Pro Star 15x3.5 (1.5-inch backspace),
front; 15x8 (3.5-inch backspace), rear
Tires: Mickey Thompson 24x5x15, front;
Mickey Thompson 28x12.5x15, rear