First what is anyone have an opinion on what type of headers are the best for the GT 500, secondly what is your opinion on the Whipple 2.9 L VS the 3.4L, and 2.8 Kenne Bell?
I'm leaning towards Kooks now..originally was going towards American Racing (figuring they were the wheel company). Have since found that some of them worked for Kooks and have been around only a short time.
You forgot the TVS s/c. Many people are going to be going this route.
I went with the Bassanis as well but when purchased the stainless was not available in thermal coating. Did they change this on new production or are yours not stainless?We went with 3" Bassani longtubes and exhaust system. Headers will be thermal coated to help with the heat.
Wanted the 2.9 Whipple, didn't want to wait. It may be longer then you all think before we see that blower.
Went with the TVS. Evo and Justin (VMP) have had some great results with this blower.
The KB won't fit under the strut brace, with out some mods. Two other owners have lost the motor both running the KB.
The 3.4 Whipple is very large and I don't plan on drag racing. You will need to lower your motor and or get a new hood.
Hey Fred I heard that you are a professional at this, think you might make a road trip over this way
As far as Superchargers I am not worried about room I have a different hood so it will fit any one of them. I was inquiring which one gives you the most bang for the money without having to change any internal parts, don't want to do that. Nor do I want overkill, I guess I would like the one that you can stay with no internal modification but get the most power out of if that makes any since.
Hey, I resemble that remark.Hey Fred, I think Cal is right we might need a case or two considering how long it took you to do yours plus you know he is a heavy drinker . Thats one job I would not look forward to do. Just got done putting the Porterfield brake pads on the front going to start on the back here in a few minutes.