I first bought my 86 Turbo Z in 1987 as a demo. It had everything in it, leather, trip computer, power everything, sunroof and yuck a 3 speed automatic. Did some work to it, Direct Connection computer, shift kit, intercooler on top and some other minor stuff. It was fast, faster than my friends stock 87 Shelby T2. Used to brake rev it like crazy. But when the VNT came out for 90, my cousin who was a mechanic at a Dodge dealer told me to try it out. Man he was right, I traded my 86 Turbo Z in for it in March of 1990 and I beat the Heck out of that car for 8 years. I went through 4 sets of tires the first 2 years. I'll tell you if anyone says that the VNT wasn't reliable, they don't know what their talking about. Yes the VNT needed 14 psi boost to make the same HP as the T2 at 12PSI but the extra 25ft/lb of torque and the fact that you can get full boost at about 2,000RPM's was amazing. Not one problem with the motor or VNT, the only problems were the accessories, alternator, A/C compressor, water pump. The car was a dream. Averaged 25MPG while still beating late 80's early 90's Camaros and Mustangs. If only they had the goodies then that they have now. It would have been amazing. BTW, I used to race on a SCCA road racing track, 1/4 mile doesn't do it for me. I had it till 1998 when I sold it cause I got married and had a baby. It wasn't a family car and I was living in an apartment with no place to store it. I don't have any Daytonas anymore and really want to find a 90 VNT with the A568 tranny. That tranny with the better syncros and better shifter was awesome. If I can't find a 90 VNT, then I'll settle for a 88 or 89 T2. As you guys can see 7 years without my VNT has made me very itchy.