The hobby of modifying cars is a quick and sure way to make sure that you can live your life one paycheck at a time, as well as having no free time away from your garage, and no girlfriend. Now, if we take it one step further and talk about auto racing at a competitive level, you can go ahead and triple that amount of money and kiss your normal life goodbye because you will not have time for it anymore. Why would anyone want to invest so much time and money into a sport that has such a low payout of money (or in some cases none)?
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Roll Cage by Alexander Fabrications
Bride Zetta 2 driver seat.
Sparco passenger seat
Wilwood clutch pedal
D2 Hydro E-brake
Extreme Dimensions body kit
Custom paint by Rehab Kustoms
Custom vinyl livery by Brandon Fugitt
Purple HID headlights
Varrstoen wheels 18×9.5 +15 front
18×10.5 +15 rear 235/40/18 front &
Sikky subframe bushings
Sikky steering rack bushings
Sikky modified knuckles
Sikky control arms
ENGINE / TRANSMISSION
Engine built by James Wilson Machine
Haltech sport 2000 ECU with 151Motorsports
ARP studs and other bolts
Precision 6265 turbo
Twin full blown 340 fuel pumps
HKS 880 injectors
Custom down pipe
Greddy front mount
Tial blow off valve
Mishimoto fans with shroud
Mishimoto oil cooler
Exedy carbon fiber triple disc clutch &
Bad ass LSD (welded)
Tuned by Jeff at Performance Specialties
My wife to-be, Ellen Brentzel (Augustin)
My mom and dad for always supporting me
(She flew to Georgia and Florida to watch me this year!)
My Summit Point drift crew! Wouldn’t be where I am in drifting without them!
Everyone that has helped me get my car together late at night putting motors in last minute!
Zen Motors for hooking me up in Atlanta!
Jeff Lowry for dyno time at all hours
All my friends – ya’ll are the world! Hope I make you all proud when I go driving… that’s all I think about is making everyone proud !!!
Gregg’s sexy ass and the S3 / Still Hood crew
All my sponsors !!!
151 Motorsports, Annapolis Maryland
Rehab Kustom Paint
Brandon Fugitt designs for the stickers
JRP (Johnston Research & Performance Distributors)
Performance Specialties (PSI)
James Wilson Machine
S3 Magazine / Still Hood