Centrifugal SC's and the A10 are a match made in heaven. 1st and 2nd are pretty much useless anyway on an unprepped surface with the ESS kit, so I don't think you will miss not having an over abundance of torque down low. Plus, you'll likely save a few broken drivetrain parts with the power delivery of the centrifugal.Thanks for the reply.
1. This was something I was thinking about as well, and adding a separate tune after the fact certainly skews the pricing here.
2. I'm not a road racer, but I enjoy carving corners and with all of the additional Steeda components I've added to the car, It's at a pretty good baseline, so removing any bracing isn't ideal, but if I can maintain the strut brace at least it's not two components removed like with the Whipple kit.
I'm definitely going back and forth on the power delivery, I've played plenty with turbo vehicles, but not so much with superchargers. The PD type of delivery sounds great, but at the same time, having all that power instantly available may not be ideal on the road. My car isn't a daily driver, so I'm less concerned about some parts of this, but at the end of the day, I want it to maintain reliability and drivability. So maybe a Centrifugal is a good compromise for this.