IMO, it's crucial that you identify what your end goal for the car is. If you truly want a 250-270hp toy, then you may have found your car. However, when you say things like, "I will always want more power," I get the impression that you're going to be looking for 300+hp eventually. There's nothing wrong with that, but when you start talking about those larger numbers, making the power gets more and more expensive, as you said. It's also important to recognize that EFI on a 10vt is not a complete "fix" that's going to make it a 500hp monster. It takes a large number of supporting elements to start making the larger power numbers, and dollar for hp, it's not a very good canvass to start with.Peter Rsa said:I wanne run 250 to 280 hp reliable for now then maybe more later.she is a Sunday driver and the odd trackday/autocross/ 1/4mile
The thing is that I know I will always want more power and I dont want to dump money into cis and then go efi anyway.
I am keeping an eye out for a nice 4000 that I want to swop the engine into but its hard to find around here.