yeah well i'm hoping to do that eventually... financially, i'm thinking it might be smarter to make a supercharger/poop-hits-the-fan piggy bank rather than spending the money as soon as i get it. also, considering the cool factor... i mean adding those little things seems like it would make u sound like a wannabe more than a true player if i added a s/c lol.
i guess my question is, how crazy does my backwards idea of going straight to the big leagues with major upgrades like a supercharger and dohc before the little stuff sound? and if i were to do that what would be the necessary upgrades to hold the added torque/hp? i'm thinking a composite driveline wouldn't be a bad idea for more than one reason... is it necessary to upgrade to new gears too? etc, etc,?
i'm still in school so i'm not working with a lot of money at the moment. and the way i'm going it's probably going to be a few yrs before i will have extra $$ to play with.
Last edited by fullride85; 12-18-2007 at 03:27 AM.
dont bother. Save your money and buy a Terminator when you get out of skule.
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Terminator = '03-'04 Mustang Cobra. Add a chip, a pulley and exhaust and you're done...with far less aggravation.
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