So bling's not his thing. The interior, aside from nearly obligatory boost and A/F gauges, remains mostly stock. As does the chassis, which wears shortened factory springs up front and Moroso drag coils with an airbag out back, but little else. The rear axle, though, has been prepared for the rigors of 600 horses with 31-spline axles and an FRPP Traction-Lok diff having carbon-fiber clutches.
Chris reports that the Kenne Bell setup (with an SCT tune by Pro-Dyno.net) has outstanding driveability, so much so that he commutes in it way more frequently. Heck, the wife even enjoys borrowing her former GT from time to time. Maybe that was her evil plan all along: let the old man do all the wrenching, spending and experimenting, and then enjoy the fruits of his labor. But that's a form of "honey do" list we could all live with.