This is actually pretty easy.
Scott Cook (BadSSEi) is the fastest. 12.020 1/4 @ 115.29
He'* heavily modified to the extreme (or intense). Here'* his site. He'* the second car down, I think: http://www.intense-racing.com/
(look under sponsored cars for Scott Cook) He has ALL the goodies, and has spent thousands.
Second is TurtleSSE. He'* non-supercharged is is running 0-60 in 5.3, and 13.20 @ 118 for the 1/4 mile. He'* a nut. He'* had his car over 150mph. He'* running oversized valves, a custom cam, Jet Stage 2 chip, NOS, heads worked over, and on and on......
Third I think would be Complinitor. His last slip came in at 14.65 @ 97.3 MPH in a 1998 Pontiac Bonneville SSE NA (Normally Aspirated, non supercharged also). Here'* a list of his mods:
-ZZP GT rockers
-Hi-perf titanium-aluminum alloy pushrods
-Random Tech 9100 Hi-Flow Cat - stock muffler - no resonator on my car
-Wrapped stock exhaust manifolds - switching to ZZP ported manifolds with my winnings!!
-Ported and Polished heads--5% oversized intake and 3% oversized exhaust valves - I know I'm losing here without the ported manifolds, but not much longer!
-Open Flow 9" K&N cone with short 3" into TB
-No spare or jack (weight)...Riding on Goodyear Eagle Runflats
-Custom upper plenum insert - replaced plastic insert with aluminum unit...flow increased by 150 CFM
-Adjustable fuel pressure regulator - up 5% from stock at race time[i/]
I think I'm 4th, as an honorable mention, at 0-60 in 6.95, 1/4 mile in 14.92 @ 94mph. That was yesterday. If I'm wrong, somebody stomp on me. I've hit 142, and backed out. Turtle is the top-end king, and I'm not gonna be the cause of someone getting killed by pushing it higher. My sig shows my mods. I owe most of what I've done to this club.
99bonnevilleSE fits in here somewhere, probably in the number 2 or 3 spot, which would move me down to 5. Watch for him to move up, but he'* not much into bragging rights, even though he should be. Maybe this post will be enough to drag him out.
What we all have in common is the big three for starters. Intake, Exhaust, and 180° thermostat. Then go from there. You'll find alot of good information in the Techinfo section, the link at the top of the page. Watch out if you ask a question. The average wait time for an answer is rather short!