The ultimate goal of the project is to have a completely streetable beast that would do well on the street as well as on the track. I personally believe I can do everything right, which is what I plan on, no short cuts and to be honest I am not really worrying about the price of the build, because in my mind it is worth it. Now, I think if I could find a compatible twin disc ceramic clutch that works with the flywheel and transmission in the car that would achieve the stock light feel of a clutch with the gripping power needed. The reason I want to go standalone is because it is so much more capable than piggy backing on an ecu, with a standalone I could ensure that it would have reliability, great street manors, and such. Going with something like an electronic boost control module or even two or three stage manual controller could give me the ability to create two different tunes. I would say one could be called street, and other could be called race. I would also be upgrading everything else on the car to handle what I am expecting out of it, and regardless of motor quality I would prefer to alteast do a minor overhaul such as rings bearings and gaskets, if not, a full zerotime rebuild which would ensure the engine can handle it. I would like this to be a big power build, saying 800+whp which I think the car is completely capable of and would act well on a track setup so, wouldnt mind it to not only be able to run great around a roadcourse but at a drag strip as well. Kind of a jack of all trades car, and I think Ferraris make this possible with superior engineering. For fueling I was thinking finding a compatible aftermarket fuel rail, something like AEM sells, an larger AEM inline pump, and larger injectors, something capable of supporting the power. A key to this project would be complete street compatibility, meaning pump gas, Okie heat and all, so the cooling system would be upgraded and most likely alcohol injection to reduce intake
temps and the risk of detonation for lean mixtures. I would prefer to make this a 1 poweradder car, no nitrous or anything along these lines, kind of cheating in my mind. Also, I want to go turbo charger because I think they sound 100 times better than a supercharger, and did I also mention they are efficent and dont suck up as much gas as a supercharger? Besides, who would not want to see a huge compressor housing peeking out from the engine compartment, and the top end boost feeling is next to nothing in my opinion. Thanks for all the input though, you guys have really given me alot of information that I need, also I will take your opinions that I should keep major modifications off the car at first to make sure its really what I want. I would most likely drive the car for a while, maybe a summer or two and would make my decision at some point, seeing as I might love the car stock and not want to change it, but I will just assume I will get the mod bug in the future so I can plan this out step by step so it is all done accordingly.