In this analysis, a 95 nitromethane NMe and 5 diethylamine DEA liquid explosive is substituted into a BRL 3.3 inch 42 degree conical copper lined charge. The original charge is Octol loaded. Since NMe is less energetic, it is expected to give a reduced jet tip velocity, less jet mass, and lower overall jet kinetic energy. This would naturally follow from the use of a lower energy density explosive. The liquid explosive load will then be modified by a combination of liner subcalibering and detonation front wave shaping to investigate how the original jet characteristics may be recovered. Shaped charge jetting model, Liquid explosive, Gurney energy, Octol, Nitromethane, Wave shaping, Finite difference methods.