Halfshafts and clutch should be fine for some time, especially if your not launching at the track, thats when halfshafts break and clutches burn up.Getting close to pulling the trigger on a whipple for my 2020 PP2. I think I am going stage 1 as this car will never see the drag strip and I'm not into street racing. Just looking to add some power and do some spirited driving at times. I'll be limited to 91 octane in CA.
First, should my half shafts and clutch be ok. It will see an occasional hard launch, but I got the PP2 because I am not into straight line racing. Once moving, I do like winding her out to high rpm's.
Second, how is whipple with their warranty? Is it worth the cost?
Third, I do plan to get the extra large intercooler. Would the larger TB add any benefit? Anything else to consider? Besides the cost of the TB gets me closer to a stage 2 kit?
I know, I'll get some encouragement to go stage 2. Its not a cost thing, I just don't see myself being able to take advantage of the extra HP on the street. Go ahead and tell me why I should do it...
I went with the upgraded oversized, but I'm still waiting for my kit to show up. For piece of mind, go with the oversized and don't wait too long on ordering since it's around 3 month wait on the whipples.Has anyone went from the standard heat exchanger to the over sized one? If so, how much of a difference did you see?