hi all. im new and live in Alberta Canada. im new to this engine but not new to big power engines, turbos or custom fab work. im wondering if this is the place to ask and get some insight from those who know a lot more than me here im building a 1961 Ferrari 156 'sharknose' F-1 from scratch and will be powering it with a chain driven 2003 turbo busa motor. i bought a complete and well maintained 2003 hayabusa and tore it down, so i have every single piece that made it go and stop along with complete harnesses and gauges. my plan is about 6psi with a gt-25, NO MORE than 300hp, and stock internals (as much as im able anyways). the car will weigh between 950-1050 lbs and will be driven on the street/track. not launched or drag raced, and not abused with hard clutch dumps, but spiritedly driven of course... like an F1 would be on the track. right now i am just collecting pieces while i finish up another project for my brother. i should begin on the frame within a month or 2. my basic questions right now are.... -what do you think i should do about upgrading the clutch area? my plans were to put in tougher springs and look into a billet output shaft. thoughts? is a billet shaft a must for going turbo? (again, i dont plan to hard launch or clutch dump the car). -what is the best reliable and user friendly route for fuel management for my turbo set up? it will be a complete custom set up with lots of fab work involved of course. whats out there for programmers? re-flashes? complete custom tunes?? -will my stock fuel system and injectors support in the range just under 300hp? how far will my stock fueling get me and how much bigger should i plan to go for that 300hp range? -as for sprocket tooth counts, i wonder if i should go up a few teeth on the large sprocket or down a few on the smaller one to get a bit more low end torque. thoughts? i dont need or want this car to be a top speed style car. id much rather have a very nice mid range to upper mid range power band feel to come hard out of the corners, but i would never plan to do insane top speed runs with something home made in my garage. haha if i remember right, my tires are 27" tall i hope its ok that i have an odd ball vehicle here. from the things ive stumbled across on the net while searching, this seems to be a friendly place to ask questions. here are a few photos of what im starting with and what im working towards. the reason im doing this, for those interested, is there were 8 of these true ferraris made for F-1 between 1961-63 and in 1964, all 8 were crushed and destroyed. there is ONE replica in the world (as truly pure as one could get) and it is of priceless value with i believe a $4M+ build cost over a 7 year period. my goal is to build one with my own 2 hands in a home garage with tube and carbon fiber, on a budget of $14,000 in about a year and a half..... and get it registered for the street.