If we go and get a larger turbo, and really wind this toy up hard and end up windowing a block, and really end up facing a total loss.....what is the damage? is it over $10K? Where do we stand while we face being "Self insured" as we hunt for more and more power. My personal goal is to find 400+ wheel HP. In doing this, I may be pushing the limits of the engines internals. I should be 35-40 over stock now with the meth, but my plans are much larger than where I am today. I want a bigger turbo, tuner, higher boost (20-25 lbs) at a lower temp, more meth, 3" straight piped exhaust, and more. I think we should be able to get 400+ with simple bolt ons....and yes, I realize that there is no warranty on my car that has 600 miles on it....but I dont really care! If I blow it up, its a tax write off! Less income tax to pay, and a reason to start flowing the extra head while the crate engine is on! Has anyone cracked on open yet to see what the rods are like? Are they a H-Beam rod or an I-Beam? I wonder if ARP is putting out rod and main bolts or studs for us? These are all things that I will eventually have to get answered as I search for more power. A 70 dollar set of rod bolts can save you $20,000 in the event of failure vs non failure. Crap happens, so I am asking so I know what to expect......whats the cost?