Next year where I work is going to start cashing out time off. Could end up with a 300 hour pay day so plan is
There is a LOT that comes into play when playing with boost. The motor should really have been built with it in mind if you didn't already plan for it.
- What static compression are you running?
- Is your rotating assembly forged or cast?
- Stock main caps? Bolts or studs?
- Still running iron heads?
I see the kit doesn't come with provisions for an intercooler. This is going to limit the amount of boost you can run before hitting detonation problems.
Even if all of the above is kosher you're still faced with the fact that the block itself can really only handle 500HP. I gave this a lot of thought prior to making the decision to going big block. Now that you've already built a stoker I would put the money into a set of CNC ported Edelbrock heads.