If that is all the power you are going to add, then you'll have no problem. I have 100,000 miles on my car and it's been boosted since 40,000 and for over three years now. I still run the stock clutch. I'm in the process of rebuilding my car (damage to many parts that need to be replaced) and after that, I will do an engine rebuild and yes switch from the JRSC to turbo. I don't regret buying it at all. So far all averaged out by the time I replace it it only cost me 700 dollars a year 60 bucks a month (if I didn't pay for it up front). It had the exact amount of horsepower I wanted these last few years.Thats alot of miles being boosted! Hopefully when I put the jrsc on she goes that long!
My 2.0 SPI with 190k run's about 40% e85 and the rest regular 87.Wow that's pretty impressive. Are you tuned to run on E85? Your torque is pretty high, I bet that pulls hard.