What really makes us happy, though, is this graph. Run 19 shows peak power before on the 125-shot of nitrous—353 rwhp and 372 lb-ft of torque. Run 41 is N/A with the new 347—353 rwhp and 346 lb-ft of torque. With the exception of a peak torque loss of 26 lb-ft, these two runs are fairly equivalent. Though we should probably just be happy that we don’t technically need the juice anymore to achieve 11-second quarter-mile e.t.’s, we’re going to track-test it both ways—maybe we can break into the 10s on the spray! Check back next month with a full track-test report.