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Monza's Bad Attitude Chevelle Gears Up for Racing Season: A Closer Look at the Fueltech Dyno Session

Greetings Street Outlaws enthusiasts! Today, we delve into the exciting world of no prep racing as we focus on one of the most anticipated cars of the season – Monza's Bad Attitude Chevelle. In preparation for the upcoming racing season, Monza recently took his beast to the Fueltech Dyno for some fine-tuning and testing. Join us as we explore the details of this powerhouse and what the future holds for this remarkable machine.

Photo by Team Monza 405 

The Build: Monza's Bad Attitude Chevelle has been a long-awaited project for fans and racers alike. With a year in the making, this car has been meticulously crafted for peak performance. The sleek design and top-notch components make it a formidable contender on any no prep race track. Featuring a Pro Line Hemi MH7 engine with a Procharger F4140 D1, this Chevelle is set to deliver some jaw-dropping performances.

Fueltech Dyno Session: The recent visit to the Fueltech Dyno adds an extra layer of excitement to the anticipation surrounding Monza's Bad Attitude Chevelle. Dyno sessions are a crucial step for race car owners to ensure that their machines are operating at optimal levels. Monza's choice to fine-tune his car at Fueltech indicates a commitment to precision and performance.

The engine setup – a Pro Line Hemi MH7 coupled with a Procharger F4140 D1 – promises impressive power figures. While specific numbers may be closely guarded secrets, enthusiasts can expect Monza's Chevelle to produce between 3300 to 3500 horsepower, possibly even more. The Fueltech Dyno session not only provides valuable data on power output but also helps the team identify any potential issues and ensure the car is race-ready.

Photo by Team Monza 405 

Racing Plans: Despite Monza's decision not to participate in the No Prep Kings (NPK) series this season, fans can still look forward to seeing the Bad Attitude Chevelle tearing up the track in various no prep races throughout the year. The decision to focus on no prep events adds an element of unpredictability, keeping fans on the edge of their seats as they eagerly await Monza's next move.

While the possibility of Monza returning to Street Outlaws remains uncertain, fans can take solace in the fact that the Bad Attitude Chevelle is gearing up for some serious competition this season. Monza's commitment to being competitive and fast ensures that every race featuring his Chevelle will be a spectacle to behold.

Photo by Team Monza 405 

As we eagerly await the start of the racing season, the anticipation surrounding Monza's Bad Attitude Chevelle continues to build. The recent Fueltech Dyno session provides a glimpse into the meticulous preparation and dedication behind the scenes. Regardless of the racing series, one thing is certain – Monza's Bad Attitude Chevelle is primed for success, and fans can't wait to witness its thunderous performances on the no prep tracks. Stay tuned to for all the latest updates on Monza's racing adventures and much more from the world of Street Outlaws!

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