A high performance car of this caliber after all those mods will most definitely require a dyno and a tune at least. For a few hundred dollars, a dyno shop will tell you what you're getting at the crank and at the wheels while also tuning your car to run at It's maximum potential [if you want it to, you might want to tune for mpg or something else].
We both know you're curious as to what It's putting out, It's a question of whether you want to spend the money to find out.
No reason to spend that til next summer though. I hope to get it out once or twice more this year and then it's garage time.
I still want a '69 someday. But, as a friend of mind told me, "For the price, you cannot go faster than a C5 Vette." And he's right.
This isn't a 2011 Silverado diesel, it's a 2000 Corvette. You don't need to be in oil and gas to afford it.
There's a multitude of reasons why I bought it now. Primarily, my expenses will never be lower. I don't have a mortgage, I don't have a family, I don't have another debt/payment in the world outside of living expenses (rent, insurance, phone, etc.) By the time I'm done paying for this car I'll be 25. I've wanted one since I was about 5 years old, and try squeezing it into the budget when you have a mortgage, a family, and kids.
the car is fire and it sounds like your situation is manageable, congrats dude