are u running an upgraded stall?VickSupra said:I agree with Nick, adding that if you sequential system is working well, then go BPU for a season.
My twins were OK but the sequential system just would not work so I was tracking in TTC. Thus, I finally decided to go small single 5 months ago. I have BL 57 kit.
Anyway, the driver needs a lot more work than the car and your other systems need upgrading/maintenance before you worry about power. Usually a good driver can take a slow car around the track faster than a more novice driver can get around in a "faster" car. Trust me, it's true.
You need better cooling, maybe better brakes (mine are still stock), a couple more gauges, and some other stuff before you worry about power.
That said, a relatively small single is better for road racing because you don't want the lag and you don't really need the extra power of a big turbo.
Track what you have for a while - it's still fun and very informative.