One way or another, everyone is always trying to step up their program. Whether it be building an all new car or revamping what you’ve got, it takes lots of money and perseverance to continue to go after it year after year. For Greg Blevins Jr, the necessary step he felt was needed to work his way to the top was a switch from single to twin turbos on his killer SBF-Powered Outlaw 10.5 Mustang.
We showed you some of the initial teardown and mockup, but a post on Yellow Bullet shows us the sweet finished product.
One of the first things that caught my eye was the stunning paint job, it looked unchanged from last year other than a few subtle details, but Ross Customs got this paint all freshened up and standing out even more than before.
Gilsbach Racecraft and Moran Motorsports handled the bulk of the massive modifications, with Moran putting their fine touches on this small block Ford. Gilsbach took care of the new turbo fitment, nose-piece modification and many other items from the pipe routing and the rather neat dual electric fan setup out front that’ll keep this pony cool cruising back to the pits or to the line when airflow is scarce.
The car is just about done, and the fun part is just on the horizon – getting this cool New Edge ‘Stang down the 1320 in a blistering sub-7 second run. Be sure to come on out to Milan to check out this ride’s debut, though the team may travel a bit for some more mainstream events when/if they feel they’re ready. Can the ’09 Milan Dragway Outlaw 10.5 Champ repeat again in 2010 with this new bullet?