I feel like an idiot for not catching this in the pits. I had been running 4:30 gears and changed back to 4:86's. I had ran the 4:86's before with a little shorter ic and had 1.09 60 ' times not near as violent leave , I had moved it out to 62" (110' wheel base chassis) The only difference I had switched to an enderle 5 " throttle body injector from a 1150 alky carb.
I was going to tighten up the front struts, but I had a wheel bearing go out on my truck and borrowed a friends truck and forgot my floor jack in the back of my truck . I tightened the extension up on the shocks 3 clicks and I should have noticed the wheelie bar problem then, but I just reached under the car and clicked the shocks.
I am not spraying it , its a 562" bbf with Kaase P-51 conventional type heads. the p-51 head has a little different valve angle from the factory layout , but the ports are in the factory location .
I drove it back to the trailer . The only damage I have found so far is bent steering arms on the struts , bent one front wheel in the bead area just a little , and the door came off and broke the striker out of the body , but did not hurt the door
. The front engine plate is bent just a little , but the chassis appears to be ok .
It landed first on the front left then front right , then right rear and left rear.
I was lucky thats all I can say.