Thanks for the responses.inxs said:got my v-1 for xmas makes cruising a little more fun
ummm.... Well, I am not sure exactly what you have in mind, but we are scheduled to receive a customer Evo 8 this month that will be pushing 600 whp. Our initial calculations show that there needs to be roughly $20K of just chassis upgrades to be able to accommodate such engine power on that chassis. The STi chassis has similarities to the Evo. These cars are not built for that type of power of out the factory. Just like any other car, they require everything to be upgraded, not just the engineSTight said:Thanks for the responses.inxs said:got my v-1 for xmas makes cruising a little more fun
Just trying to look down the road so to speak. Once this baby is payed off I would like to fuel it for 650 est HP. So I am hoping the STi will be a good foundation to build on.
Over the years, I've spoken to many people who had thoughts of adding 100, 200, or even 300 whp for as little as (yes, it is relative ) $6K-7K. But you really have to think about the entire vehicle, not just the engine.STight said:FP, that is so depressing. I have always wanted an extreme AWD car.
Why $20,000 for the chassis work?
Hmm...just going to sit back and think about this for a while..