I did email the guys at Heffner and they said:
Me: How reliable is it to run daily, at full boost?
Them: How much money do you have for fuel? If it's serviced regularly the drivetrain should last as long as most any other forced induction V8.
I suppose that answers that. Heh. With the lack of misfire detection (knock sensors) though, holding to fuel limits is important, I won't get engine light warnings. So, the base limit is: 100oct* = 30psi, 93oct = 20psi. It'll run E85, which is technically 100oct, but they say it'll be less efficient by 15-20%. Hmm... 100oct race fuel is 8.75 /gal, E85 is 2.95 /gal, that's a tough decision.
The TC system is very neat, it runs off the driveshaft speed:
It senses wheel speed off the factory speed sensor which has twelve notches in it. Therefore it can detect wheel slip within 2-4 inches of wheel movement. It is always recording the driveshaft speed and can detect spikes in the wheel speed. Unlike a factory systems that use 4 wheels speed sensor that have to measure 4 inputs and do the math and then send the response, this measures the driveshaft speed in one shot.
(oct = RON+MON /2)Edited by Magick Man - 1/16/13 at 12:05am