$18K is a good chuck of change! Plus you need to pony up just $10k to get on the wait list for the conversion.
Take a look at Lingenfelter Performance Engineering--they do so much more (internal engine work) for alot less. I wish they would get into the mix.Delnari said:$18K is a good chuck of change! Plus you need to pony up just $10k to get on the wait list for the conversion.
I'm definately not knowledgeable enough for such an undertaking. I would not even attempt it--it's better left to the professionals. I'm sure you can get it done right for less than 18k though (IMHO).geerhed said:Lingenfelter is very pricey too.. either way you slice it you're gonna pay big bucks farming this kind of work out... those who have a little mechanical knowledge could buy the parts and do it themselves for under $10k. So you can have a $35k car ($25k and add $10k in upgrades) that will blow the doors off 95% of the cars on the road... now that's serious!