We think it’s cool that, even with all the race-car stuff, the interior still looks kinda stock. The radio is still in the stock dash, the power windows still work, and the cool ratcheting shifter pokes through the stock console. They even fitted an Auto Meter tachometer and speedo in the stock gauge bezels. Greg built the rollcage and installed the window nets and seat harnesses. He also built the intercooler tank that uses a pool pump to circulate water through the intercoolers. That’s the regulator for a CO2-assisted boost-controller system mounted on the passenger side of the rollbar. It’s run by NLR Control Products’ AMS-1000 Boost Controller module mounted on the passenger side of the dash.