Originally Posted by footie
Who here think an extra 150~200hp driving solely the rear wheels is a bad idea on the public road. The M3 was not designed to cope with this much of an increase.
You may have something that is quicker than anyone else but it will be a flawed diamond at best and a death trap to the inexperience at worst. Not something I would recommend to anyone.
It's not like you would really
need it on a track, either. On a good curvy track, power doesn't mean a whole lot at all. However, I wouldn't turn down an extra 150whp if it was offered to me. It would make things more fun at the very least.