Couldn't you run a T3 or T4 off just one side of the exhaust like some diesels do and get suficient boost? And with a turbo, unlike a supercharger; your engine would spool up in such a way as not to overburden the tranny (because the tranny is constantly adjusting to the added stress, rather its already spinning at a higher rpm when it dose get stabed) unlike a granfted on supercharger would. With a supercharger you get instant power which pirs the hell out our trannys. As for the computer; I don't think it would be that big a problem as long as you upgraded the fuel delivery system. This would cause the computer to not have to adjust as quickly as it might have had to do otherwise. The trick is to use as many stock parts as you can on this thing. Five pounds of boost should be realistic for our engines and tranny. Wouldn't go more than that. As I do more research I've learned that even your radiator fluid would have to be upgraded. We need to keep this thing as simple as possible.
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