Congrats sir I imagine it has some trouble keeping traction on the street
You have no idea.
I have a little switch in my center console for low/high boost. The low is the 19psi - 515whp. This is fun, and is where I've been keeping it.
High is the 780whp, and is obsurd. I just don't have the tire. 4th gear reacts the same as 1st gear, anywhere above 4.5K-5Krpm's. It's instant tire spin.
An update on how the car has been driving:
I'm in love with this thing. I mean, I was before this engine build. But holy shit....it makes my butt-cheeks pucker. I have to get used to all the vibrations and rattles with these engine mounts. They're the "street" versions, but still cause the chassis to vibrate. I actually like it. I feel more connected to the vehicle because of it. I've always had OEM mounts, and they were suffice, even at 420whp with my old setup. It drove like a Cadillac. Not anymore. I like being able to feel the feedback of the engine.
There's also the twin fuel pumps that buzz from the rear. Turning the key to the "on" position awakens the car, right before I hit the button to start.
Brakes: These Wilwood 4-piston calipers are on point! I've done some 60-0 stops to help bed-in these rotors, and they feel great. So much better than OEM calipers.
Something else I'm getting used to... We bypassed the clutch switch. I'm so used to pressing the clutch for starting, that I'm not able to do this now. I don't want to kill the thrust washers due to the upgraded twin-disc clutch, so the clutch pedal only gets pressed when proper oil pressure is present.
I've been letting the vehicle come up to complete operating temp, before driving the vehicle. Usually, when the fans kick on the first time when it hits 185deg temp. Doesn't take long, actually. It doesn't have a thermostat, and hasn't for 3 or so years.