Forged internals with stock block you are good to 700flywheel which is roughly 600rwhp. If you go full forged internals you are definately looking at a new flywheel because you are going from 6 bolt stock to 8 bolt forged. With that much horsepower you will also need a serious clutch and lines. Your transmission will not be able to handle that at all either so figure $3000 for that. One option to save yourself money is to forge the rods and pistons only. The stock crank is good to 600rwhp. That's the serious horsepower level, plus you can retain the stock flywheel which is actually stout and save mone on a block. There will be more costs to everything else. What kind of power delivery system turbo, centri, PD blower, nitrous? If your talking a blower then you gotta worry about 6 to 8 or even 10 rib conversion with better belt tensioner. The rear end is not gonna make it either. Axles, and rear end....it's a serious build. My tuner recommends a return-style fuel system after 550rwhp(along with several others), read as money... Sqidd had a breakdown of parts and prices somewhere on here. It aint cheap. You could probably get away with murder on the rearend and transmission if you never put drag radials under your car. Sqidd, Hubkap, [email protected], 10/05GT, ForensicSteve, STLWagon, and several more folks have horsepower in and above that department to give you an idea of the costs. I had emailed http://www.shraderperformance.com/ mr. schrader and he quoted me $4300ish. That was forged rods and pistons and checking everything out at the same time, proper machining, new high volume oil pump, and of course about a $1000 of that cost was taking the blower off and putting it back on.