Hehehehe.... I feel your pain buddy. My best advice is to slow down your "wishlist" a little bit and not overextend yourself financially. It'* really easy to catch the car bug and want to maximize your setup ASAP, but a lot of times it just isn't feasible. I'm speaking from experience here, because I'm absolutely done modding my car, and it sucks a little bit. I wish I wasn't a college student and had more money to sink into the Bonneville, but realistically I have much more important priorities in life. I would love it to death if I had a unique, fast Bonnie. But I think my tinkering desires will have to wait for a few years. I've been told this my whole life, and I'm just starting to realize it now: two of the best traits you can develop are patience and self-control. We live in a world of instant gratification where everything is at our fingertips, and if we don't have money for something we can use a credit card or get a payday loan (argh!) to satisfy our appetites for acquiring things. It'* a dangerous way of thinking.
Now don't get me wrong, I'm not trying to accuse you of being an out-of-control spender or anything like that. My point is merely to think about your current situation in life and possibly put the plans for your car on the back burner. I've had to do it. I'd love to spend all my extra college loan money to buy a new motor or upgrade my suspension or something like that, but when I slow down and think about it I know I can't. Personally I have a wedding coming up, and with that wedding comes the cost of a honeymoon and a new bride to whom I have financial responsibilities. It'* more important to be a wise spender now and enjoy prosperity a few years down the road. It will be much more satisfying, too, because when you finally have the financial freedom to work on your car it will be the realization of a dream you've had for years!
I'm rambling here, but I just wanted to stress this point. I've had to come to terms with my lust for car parts, and I think it has saved me from some very unwise financial situations. I just don't want to see someone suffer in the long run for being financially overburdened. Hope you're not offended by any of this!