Congrats!! I'd like to see it also.
The only thing that comes to mind is water temp. & ground clearance.
I have several friends with blown & tubbed camaros. They are all slammed, and you have to be careful were you pull her into. Some burger joint driveways around redding are unforgiving for cars that are lowered. One guy has a beautiful 69, and he's afraid to squeeze it also. The car will snap your neck on the carbs. I probably wouldn't squeeze it either unless racing, but I would also be hesitant to do that because your not sure how the car will handle and there's LOTS of money at stake if something goes wrong.
I would also keep a close eye on the engine temps until your comfortable with it. With the guy's I know, it's usually the blown big blocks that give them fits with overheating during cruises, but if somethings going on with the blower, (and I'm no expert here, just what some guy's have told me, maybe true, maybe not,) it could get hot. Something to do with the rotors on a roots style if it's getting worn inside. I've also heard that an incorrect boost pressure for the motor will cause problems, but again, just things I've been told. I know there are other guy's on the site here that know alot more about them than me.
Anyway, just a couple things I would watch. HAVE FUN!!!! LOL
P.S. I'm jealous. LOL
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