The car is getting alot of maintanence work once I get it back. little things that need to be taken care of are going to be taken care of first. I need to make sure that crunching while turning sound is taken care of and I need to check all the bushings and fittings on the suspension. Then there'* the breaks, that'* happening before I do anything else.
I'm aware of the work behind the injection. I haven't been sitting still on it; looking for alot of references on the net that I can find about how it changes air density and intake temperature. I'm not messing with the mix. The people who make the kit I plan on using have a precise 50/50 mix they sell and thats what I plan on using.
I'm not interested in it from a "boost" gain. Some people are using the system aggressively to try and get more timing by dumping tons of methanol in there. No chance in hell I'm going to be pumping enough methanol in there to change the air/fuel ratio. What really interests me about it is the almost universal 60-70 degrees on the inlet. Some people I've found are claiming 100 degrees but frankly I think thats bogus. When I do add the system, I'm going to use a mix of pulleys and watch KR like a hawk. I realize I'm going to need different pulleys based on the weather conditions... Its pretty obvious while the temp outside is 50 degrees I'm in better shape then when I'm sitting on a strip in 105 degree weather
I suppose the real reason I've been looking at this is lack of an intercooler. I know you're working on a design but I seriously doubt that I'm ever going to find someone to reproduce what you're making :P This is the bastard stepson version for me.
As for the other side of this.. the porting side; I need to change the coupler on my supercharger anyway, so when I get a spare, I'll do both, plus mildly port and polish one of them. Unfortunately, I lack a hydraulic press but my bearings sound alright so I'm glad I'm not needing to change that... if it comes to it, I'll get a rebuilt one from one of the reccomended vendors.
The other things I planned -- cam and stock ratio roller rockers I'm not going to get to until winter as you said.