I would suggest you contact High Horse Performance in Delaware. Not sure where you are located but I was able to ship my car to them from Lexington Ky. which is more than 10 hours away for $2000 bucks round trip on a single car trailer. The car never gets touched except to take it on and off the trailer at the shop and my house. It could have been shipped for a lot less if I wanted it on a multi car trailer. I told them about all the modifications I had already done myself, my horsepower goals, and what budget I would like to stick with and they did a phenomenal job. After they got the car I even added some AAD suspension parts to the list of things I wanted and told them that they could add anything they needed to essentially and they did not up-sell me on a single solitary thing. Most places would have pushed me to add parts I didn't really need to make more money. I even suggested a few things that I had read about to add to the build and they talked me out of them, explaining why they would not help performance or how they would hurt the daily drivability of the car. The long and short of it is I spent about $25k with them and I have a bulletproof Redeye with two tunes and 2 different upper pulleys that are easy to switch out. One is for "high" boost on E85 making 945 wheel horsepower and one is "low" boost (slightly more than stock) for 93 octane that makes 830 wheel horsepower. They dyno tested it and give you the results and video of your car on the dyno to boot. I have been under the car and all through it and all of their work appears to be top-notch, no loose bolts or shortcuts. I would contact them and tell them your budget and ask them to come up with a build plan that will maximize power for your money yet stay as reliable as possible. I should mention I also contacted Forza Performance Tuning in Florida (Brenton Brown) and National Speed in Wilmington, NC and got quotes from both of them. While all three places used some of the same parts, there were differences between them all. I felt HHP's build sheet was the best and their reputation as THE BEST Hemi guys in the U.S. made me choose them. It wasn't exactly super easy letting go of the factory warranty only 13k miles into it on a car that stickered $92K, so I wanted the guys that would do things the best way using the best parts so the car would still be a reliable daily driver if I wanted to.