What about 100hp gains plus the suspension? makes for one helluva ride :shiftdrive: my car only has 353 hp and 328TQ......its not hard to manage at auto X, plus I think that is pretty safe on the stock block. Now the 240 I seriously doubt you could drive in auto X without spinning out, but it was not built for that.Different strokes for different folks. Terri did a good job of explaining herself. For her needs, she wants to stay NA. That's kind of what I wanted this poll to reflect. How many are NA and stay that way, and how many are now FI and like it.
Let's keep the discussions going! :thumbsup:
Lee, 100+hp gains are fine for serious racers or people who have the time to go out to track events or meets. But there are those who don't mind staying NA and paying a few thousand dollars for bolt ons for a gain of say 20-30 hp but also a better suspension and handling capabilities.