I am probably about 2450-2500 right now. With the supercharger I will add another 50+ pounds. And I will add an ice box to the trunk so another 50 pounds. In my class you are supposed to have an interior and I don’t want my car to look like Swiss cheese
The trick is to make sure the speedholes are (mostly) hidden, so the inspectors don't see them, unless they start digging around. The majority of my chassis speedholes will be unnoticeable, unless you know where to look. Speedholes in a full bodied car are far easier to hide and with a full interior requirement it would be a piece of cake.
Today I cut the front fenders and painted the other front fender flare, I was sick of looking at the white. I will eventually take them back off, smooth them out and wrap them, but this will do for now
Project is kinda coming along slowly, I need to go in and cut and weld the rear fenders, but I was sick last week and I need to spend time catching up with my business.
BUT! I did buy some ecotec parts for my Miata!
ZZP heat exchanger and red top pump. This heat exchanger is massively larger than the one that comes with the super charger I am getting. I am also toying with the idea of taking an ecotec TVS1320 and cutting it up to fit on my Miata.
My car is going in to have the old roll bar and convertible top removed from my car and the new bigger roll bar will go in, I will also pull the ITB’s and slap the supercharger on at the same time. I am hoping all of this is done before the February Auto X, but I doubt it.