Exhaust: American Racing 17/8-inch long-tube headers dump into 3-inch collectors, a custom cross-pipe, and dual Magnaflow mufflers. Power-Adder: It hasn't seen action yet, but the dual-stage Nitrous Express unit is jetted at 300 hp. Transmission: The factory slush box was replaced by a Tremec T56 six-speed. Inside the stock bellhousing is a Ram aluminum flywheel and a twin-disc clutch. Rearend: The junk 7.625-inch factory 10-bolt rearend has been upgraded to a Moser 12-bolt with 3.73:1 gears, 33-spline axles, and a Detroit Truetrac limited-slip differential. Suspension: Helping to shed weight and increase hook are a BMR tubular K-member, front and rear control arms, a Panhard rod, and an adjustable torque arm. Global West subframe connectors and a Hotchkis shock-tower brace stiffen up the chassis. QA1 adjustable shocks at the corners control weight transfer at the track. Brakes: Even with a healthy cam, the power brakes still work. The stock calipers are matched up with Baer slotted and cross-drilled rotors front and rear. Wheels/Tires: The American Racing Torq-Thrust IIs measure 17x9.5 up front and 17x11 in the rear. They're wrapped in 275/40R17 and 315/35R17 Nittos tires in the front and rear, respectively. Body: It's too new to need bodywork, but the entire car was stripped and painted in PPG Triple Black. Interior: Except for some Auto Meter gauges on the A-pillar and a custom six-point rollbar, the interior is completely stock. « | 1 | 2 | 3 | View Full Article By Stephen Kim Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!