Did you log it to make sure it wasn't doing anything funky? How many passes do you have on each set up? The front runners are the only thing that should help with ET depending on how heavy the old set up was. If you have only made a few passes, continue to make more and collect that data.
It does make sense. I have always heard a PD blower and a stick are an absolute blast to drive on the street. I think the biggest con of PD blower is prob the heat depending on the set up. If you decide on a centri there other brands i would consider.
Sounds like it got it figured out. I personally want a single turbo stick car. I just think it would be such a blast to drive. That ESS kit is just so light. That keeps me going back and looking at it.
I got the same goal. Just keep practicing. I leave off a 2 step at like 6500-6800 and that helps a lot in the 60 for me at least. If you can't get it to make any more power then try to decrease the weight. That kinda where im at with it.
E85,Ported CJ, Stage 3 Comp Cams, a few BMR goodies, Viking rears, 4.09's. a bunch of other random stuff. Car weighed prob 3600 with me in it maybe a few lbs less. I think i might be at a limit of those gears unless I really push some more rpm. I trapped 122
I think the biggest selling point to me between those 2 kits is the weight of the ESS kit. The entire kit only adds like what 46lbs to the car. Imagine doing that and installing a Kmember and netting almost 0 weight.
How do you want the powered delivered? The G2 is going to be waaayyy easier to install and there is way less maintenance involved in that system. Buuuutt the G2 is can't make much over 800 wheel and the base On3 kit can make way more then that.