id research boosting a motor more before you decide to start piecing a kit together, if you cant decide wheather boost is a good idea or not, hold off and learn more. boosting isnt a half@ss ordeal and if you try to make it that way you will fail. you really need to plan it out before going anywhere. pick a hp/tq # that youd like to make and plan your build around that.
whipple used to sell kits but its no longer in production, trying to track down a used set up is probably your best bet. the real achilies heal is going to be your heads the 3.0's dont flow well and you'd need to send them out for a p&p. saying s/c on stock isnt wise is bs, if you build and tune it correctly the motor will remain reliable.
Quote, originally posted by Archidictus » Either way, if your car's uniqueness is the only thing that makes you feel worthwhile, I suggest killing yourself now and sending me the money you would have otherwise wasted building some half-a$sed abortion of an automobile.