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Kye Kelley's Jangalang Screw Blown Regal: Revving Up for its No Prep Kings Debut!

Anticipation is reaching its peak in the street racing community as Kye Kelley, the renowned street outlaw, gears up for his highly anticipated debut in the No Prep Kings series with his extraordinary new vehicle, the Jangalang Screw Blown Regal. This captivating Buick Regal is equipped with a formidable Noonan 4-9 Hemi engine and a PSI Z rotor screw blower, setting the stage for an exhilarating showdown on the tracks.

Photo by Kye Kelley Racing

Kelley's surprising decision to forgo the use of nitrous in his latest endeavor has sparked intrigue and speculation among fans and competitors alike. The absence of this common power booster adds an element of unpredictability to his racing strategy. With the No Prep Kings season opener just around the corner, Kelley wasted no time in unveiling his new masterpiece, eager to push it to its limits and showcase its capabilities.

Photo by Kye Kelley Racing

It's no secret that Kelley has devoted countless hours to refining his new setup. The clock is ticking, and the pressure is on for him to take the wheel of his screw blown Hemi beast and hit the testing grounds. As a seasoned racer, Kelley has a proven track record of adapting quickly to new setups, and with the guidance of his trusted tuner, Adam Dorsich, he is poised to unlock the full potential of this remarkable machine.

Photo by Kye Kelley Racing

The advantages of the screw blower become apparent in the performance it delivers. Despite the additional weight associated with this configuration, Kelley remains confident in its capabilities. With a maximum overdrive limited to 92 percent on the blower, the Jangalang Regal is ready to unleash its full power. Kelley draws inspiration from the achievements of Jim Howell, who achieved remarkable speed with a similar setup, and he aims to replicate or even surpass those feats.

The introduction of the Noonan engine platform has sparked a trend among fellow racers. Prominent names like Justin Swansstrom, Boddie and Dominator have also embraced the power of Noonan engines. These engines possess inherent compatibility with the screw blower setup, making it a preferred choice over the traditional Proline combination. Expectations are high for the screw blower's performance this season, and Kelley's Jangalang Regal is poised to demonstrate the immense potential of this combination.

Photo by Kye Kelley Racing

Fans and followers eagerly await Kelley's upcoming YouTube video, where he is expected to provide an up-close look at his remarkable creation. Following the unveiling, testing sessions will commence to ensure Kelley is fully prepared for the fierce competition that awaits in the No Prep Kings series. Crafted by the renowned Wizard Race Cars, known for their exceptional craftsmanship, the Jangalang Regal carries the legacy of the previous NPK Shocker while embarking on an entirely new chapter in Kelley's racing journey.

Photo by Kye Kelley Racing

As the NPK Shocker gradually fades into the background, Kelley's bold decision to embrace the Jangalang Regal with its screw blower marks an exciting new chapter. The ultimate outcome of this audacious move remains to be seen, but one thing is certain: Kye Kelley is ready to conquer the tracks with unwavering determination and unmatched racing prowess. The upcoming season of No Prep Kings promises to be an adrenaline-fueled spectacle, with all eyes fixed on Kelley as he blazes a trail of speed and dominance.

Video by Kye Kelley Racing

Prepare yourselves, street racing enthusiasts, for the thunderous roar of Kye Kelley's Jangalang Screw Blown Regal as it etches its name into the annals of No Prep Kings history. Fasten your seatbelts and brace yourselves for an unforgettable display of power, precision, and pure racing magic. The countdown to the NPK season opener has begun, leaving one lingering question: Will anyone be able to stop Kye Kelley and his unstoppable Jangalang Regal?

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