Apparently I'm an idiot and didn't realize that if you're no longer using a plugin, you can't just disable it. Same thing with themes. Back in the day I installed tested so many themes and never realized you need to delete them if you're not using them. Same with plugins. I had NEVER read about any of this in site speed tutorials. They all focus on optimizing images, cloudfare and other random shit. So the size of this site was reduced from 185mb to 17.5mb. 2 days later my most competitive keywords jumps to #5. Then 4 other competitive local keywords went from pages 4,5 & 6 to pages 2, and a couple on the top of page 3. Since this was a noob mistake let it be a lesson to all you noobs. This was a site that use to rank top 3 for all it's keywords. So if you're not using a plugin don't just disable it and leave it there. Delete the shit. If you install themes to test and you don't wind up using them, DELETE THEM. If your disable comments button is broken don't wait months to have someone fix it. I've never heard of this in any site speed tutorials. I thought if you weren't using a theme or plugin then it wasn't being used thus it wouldn't effect anything. But all 4 of my sites when from a 4-6 second load time, down to .83-1.8. I'm still waiting for the "this site may be hacked" notice to disappear on a couple sites. But it will be interesting to see if they bounce back as well and what positions. -BB ps. This specific site was not hacked, just bogged down with tons of unused themes and plugins.