Port and Pollish is something I am looking into.. I got a guy locally who is well known for building race cars and has actually said he would let me help with doing it so I can learn.. I gotta call him back about it.. only fear is that if it's done wrong, I could mess up the hotshot, or worse, screw up the airflow ballance and lose power, for $400-$500 though and a potential for 15hp, might be worth it. I am pretty solid on doing the clutch/flywheel next. I was going to wait till I burned my clutch and use it as an excuse to squeak more power out by clutching at high RPMs, but there is no reason to, I'll just want the flywheel all the time
.. I can't find Cams, or forged pistons. Have you found any? Torque brace maybe also, havn't done enough resarch yet though. Biggest thing is that I don't plan to keep the GT more than a few years, so I don't want to do anything that will do long term dammage, or drop the resale value (definatly NO NO2). I have decided on waiting to see what TRD
does with a supercharger kit for us, so I might just get the clutch/flywheel combo and install next month (header will be here next week sometime) then consider the port and polish, after that work on exterior and just hold out for a while, stockpile some cash and see what TRD
does with the VVT-i supercharger.