The Street Outlaws have taken over the PRI Show in 2015.
Just after the big unveiling of Justin “Big Chief” Shearer’s CrowMod to open the show, the mass of fans made an exodus a few rows down to the QA1 Precision Products booth, where “Daddy Dave” Comstock was all set to reveal his new ‘Goliath 2.0’ Chevy II — the replacement to the original ‘Goliath’ that was destroyed in a crash in Amarillo, Texas back in August.
The car, which Comstock and company built in just 50 days after regrouping from the unfortunate incident at a no-prep race that left him with minor injuries, is a virtual dead-ringer from the exterior of the first rendition. The car sports a 632 cubic-inch big-block built by Taylor Lastor at TRE Engines, topped with a pair of Wilson Manifolds’ four-barrel throttle bodies and a Nitrous Express system. Comstock has backed the power up with a Turbo 400 with a Reid Racing case, transferring through a QA1 driveshaft to a rear end sporting Moser axles and riding on QA1’s four-way adjustable rear shocks.
Comstock’s office is high-end from front to rear, with a complete carbon fiber interior, FuelTech’s FT500 digital dash, and a Davis Profiler wheel speed management box, among the many top-flight components helping to power what could be a certifiable challenger for the 405’s No. 1 spot in the coming months.