Yeah, with a heavy super, you sure want to keep the ccomp and cam durration less radical..Weight will dictate many of the mods you might consider. when you see somebody say Yeah i have this zip zam 1000 cam and it runs great.. make sure you are comparing like for like.. A 2100 maybe 2200 pound SUPER will behave world's apart from a 1750 -1800 pound cal look..Let's take a couple examples.. Baaron surratt runs a show quality Super at Bugo and NASA events with a solid CB performance built 2332.. let's say he and car weigh 2100 pounds. I have seen him run several 105 mph passes in this car. That takes right at 190 hp to accomplish.. if all the stars are in perfect harmony he should run about 12.50 Again I have seen the car run a 12.48 ..Lately i have seen him dial ariound 12.80 so let's use that number.. Now take the same engine and trans and drop it in a lighter car ( don't want to cut up Baaron's beautiful car) Say a gutted all glass all steel beater say you ripped out all the extraneous crap in a 60 someting sedan.. Figure with light weight wheels you can get it down to 1700 with driver..Even with a trans combo that is not ideal for the lighter car you should be looking at time slips of 11.90 at around 112 MPH.. or so.. That is nearly ONE FULL SECOND..and SEVEN miles per... hard to beat lighter weight.. It is easier to make it go quicker and it is much nicer on parts too. That means more fun less mon(ey).. before you launch into a project of this caliber, do some research on what you plan to build.. Ask questions, find out what people with similar weight are running and what they are doing to get there.. 190 hp engines are easy nowdays.. Just a call to a place like CB, Bugpack, or Berg for just three examples, can get you all the parts , pieces and tech help you need to build such a powerhouse.. Or have Pat at CB buuild you one Just like Baaron's.. But in all this foo foo rah, keep one thing in mind.. you can use all the humma humma cranks, rods, headers, trick carbs and cams in the wworld, but if the HEADS are weak you won't make much power.. you can have a head guru do some good heads and you will be happy these guys have been doing this stuff for years .. I won't name names here buytt read up on head porters and you will see certain names keep coming up in posts .. call them and discuss your combination..A good head guy will need to know car weight , gearing tire size etc etc etc.. Or again you can fight an up hill battle and use the heads you have not knowing what you have .. If you plan on using your heads, at the very least get an idea of what you have .. You could flow one or have a head guru look at them .. if thge heads are just a fluff and buff with no real port or chamber work, you could see that potential 190 hp engine making way less .. I have seen combos with a change or two from a brilliant powerplant to a turd .. the wrong cam and or heads can turn 190 in maybe 120 yes ONE HUNDRED TWENTY HORSE POWER .. 70 hp MIA...lucky to get your super into the 14 second zone with that.. and 100 mph...nah.. maybe high eighties.. or a 90 mph run in good air...OR... Call somplace like , CB or DRD or similar and greet some CNC heads into your life... and run around 8.5 compress with a k8 or web cam 86b maybe a CB grind.. all proven power producers..... so.....Good luck ask questions and read...Get a consensous.. Don't just take my word for it..