Before I begin, I broke the cardinal rule of copy your post before you preview it. Now I have to write this all again... I am going to post this here in the members lounge since this is still in the theoretical stage. If B is gonna slap my pee pee and move it elsewhere so be it, I've been away a while so my posting rule memory has decayed accordingly... Summary: I want to run my Acura down the salt flats at Bonneville. Why? Because my time and money are valuable to me and I want the opportunity to hop on the gas without being arrested and losing my car whilst having some sort of proof to take home at the end of the day. Also, because it is fun... They have 130, 150, and the coveted 200mph club categories. Here is a link for the former two: 130 - 150 club I suggest you view it for the technical data of the 130 and 150 clubs, if only to note that "No riding lawnmowers." is actually a stipulation in the 130 category. Naturally, I am inclined to wonder if they ARE allowed at 150 and 200, but I digress... My limitations: 1: Silly as it may seem, I don't see the point of owning a car that sits in the garage. I want to be able to drive around town with my lap times in my glove box. That said, I want to be able to listen to my music as I blast down the salt flats. Preferably Jesus Built My Hotrod by Ministry, but I am open to suggestions. I only weigh about 135lbs soaking wet, so I can safely add about 45lbs of stereo gear to reach the 180 mark. I have to be able to hear my music through the helmet... 2: Factory air bags must be retained in any vehical built after 1989, thus the factory dash and steering wheel must be left in place. Door panels make it easier to mount door speakers, so those too should remain. OEM belt restraints must also be left onboard, if only as decoration. 1994 vintage vehicals need not pass emissions in the state of MA, though they must retain a catalytic converter. 3: Chassis should be a 1994 DC2 Integra, because this is what I own. That said, if a viable option can be presented, I am not above aquiring a new chassis to build. It is likely that I will obtain a second, bare bones, DC2 specifically for this project. Engine options are open, though they should be scaleable. Building a B20 Frankie and then swaping for a K series later is going to break my budget. One engine, with increasing refinement is preferable. I have a spare B18 head so I am inclined to lean towards a B series application. 4: Given the streetable requirement, power steering is nice and I would like to retain it. Air conditioning I suppose I could be foreced to forbear, though grudgingly... 5: If your reply is go buy Car X, you are welcome to make out a check payable to Derek R Belanger for the balance, which I will happily accept... Any thoughts?