PS... the GTO actually started life as a Ferrari 308. The 288 was designed off of the 308 and is almost an identical frame, back to the rear firewall. We have engineered a replacement rear frame that is accurate (measurements taken from two real 288's that belonged to our customers). We even made a press die to create accurate elliptical oval tubing for the frame. This sets the wheelbase to the correct dimensions and allows our 100% correct GTO body to be fitted. Other frame modifications are added... like wider frame rails, to be accurate... and integrated hidden cage.FUBAR, that wouldn't happen to be your Ferrari 288 GTO in the shop as well??
The stock intercooler is a Honeywell unit that is rated for 1000hp. The stock motor was probably producing an average of 650-700hp so that was well within design parameters but with an expected wheel HP of at least 1000 on pump we either had to accept that the motor would have a very short duty cycle or up the intercooler ability... now it is rated for 2000hp. That should last me a few weeks.So you did increase the 'cooler volume. Then I take it the second unit must be remote located and siamesed into the original plumbing?
It can go back to stock in about a week bud. Then you can enjoy driving a GT again. Buy a stock motor, use stock pcm and wiring harness, take all the crap off it and just enjoy the car! 30k and you are driving your GT again.I am here... the car is not 'done'... I I cry myself to sleep often.