I need information,especially from the roundy round and GN racers on better and heavier cav plate components. When I bought the Hondo in 79', I was told that I had better have a handfull of turnbuckles and turnbuckle arms when I started making horsepower. I probably would not have a problem if I just ran this at the drags, but I really enjoy rough water racing at the lake, and that takes a toll. Currently I run a 7/8" upper bar, with 3/8" studded arms. Breaking the arms and twisting the bar is where most of the improvement is needed, as well as snapping off a few turnbuckles. I spent Sunday reworking all of this and would like to make improving it a winter project. There is no use in re-inventing the wheel, so I would like to know what is being run and is holding up to the severe pounding that your guys give it. Any insight would be appreciated.