So you can tell me what I am going to gain and what I am going to loose. Is it worth the installation and maybe 1000$ after I sell my supercharger parts and get a retune??
Not sure I'm following your question? What do you mean Gain/Loose?
You said you'd need to throw the sink at your car to make 600 with the blower. Basic stock builds can make that with the base On3 kit with the 70mm. Is that a Gain or Loss?
Then you asked about the sound. The sound is all relative to user preferences. My opinion on sound is pointless to yours. But I giggle every time the waste gate cracks!
Bracket racers still like blowers. HP junkies like turbos. Both are forced induction, but are 2 different animals.
I like turbos and won't go back to blowers. I can run low to part throttle and have near stock like manners. But I can also hit max boost in a snap. That's a Gain in my book.
Turbos will heat soak your motor. That's a loss. I installed a ton of 'Heatshield Products' both 1/4" & 1/2" and have no heating issues running A/C. For me it was a Loss that I was able to mitigate.
My blower & NOS car used a T-56. At times that was a Gain.
My turbo car started out as a MMR prepped TKO-600. I found the manual shift to be a Loss on it. I'm now running a powerglide automatic. Some would view an automatic as a Loss?? After driving an automatic w/turbo, my viewpoint has changed to be a Gain. Lots of fun!!!
If you're going to base a Gain/Loss on a $1,000 budget. I'd say stay as far away from turbos as you can!!! Boost is easy & very very addictive with turbos. No such thing as a $1,000 and DONE.
You will find very few people that built a $1,000 build budget turbo car and been done. It's always....new fuel system....new suspension....bigger turbo....new transmission....new fuel injectors....new fuel....new computer....new tires....and it never ends. My wife views that as a Loss. I view it as a Gain.
It's all relative