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ProCharger and Screw Blown Combos Dominating No Prep Kings Season 7

Hello everyone, welcome to! Today, we’re diving into the thrilling world of the No Prep Kings (NPK) Season 7, where the spotlight is firmly on the screw blown and ProCharger combinations. Make sure to subscribe and leave a comment below, and stay tuned for more exciting updates on all things Street Outlaws and No Prep Kings.

As we venture into the seventh season of NPK, the competition has been nothing short of electrifying. With three races down, we’ve witnessed a remarkable trend: the screw blown and ProCharger cars are dominating the finals. Let’s break down the action race by race.

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Race-by-Race Breakdown

Race 1: The first race saw two screw blowers battling it out in the finals, showcasing the raw power and reliability of this setup.

Race 2: In the second race, a screw blown car faced off against a ProCharger car in the finals, highlighting the competitive parity between these two combinations.

Race 3: The third race continued this pattern, with another screw blower and ProCharger car in the finals.

Performance Analysis

The close competition between the screw blown and ProCharger cars is evident. Both setups are running neck-and-neck, especially under favorable conditions with good air quality. Drivers like Ryan Martin, Noah Ringle, and Jim Howe are leading the charge, securing wins in the initial events. Other notable mentions include Kye Kelley and Scott Taylor, who are also performing exceptionally well with their screw blown machines.

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Current Standings

The parity between the ProCharger and screw blown combinations is undeniable. Both setups are incredibly well-matched, with the ProCharger and the screw blower cranked at 98% overdrive showing almost identical performance metrics. Both combinations are also maintaining the same weight, further emphasizing their balance.

Challenges for Nitrous Cars

While screw blown and ProCharger cars are excelling, nitrous cars are facing a tough season. With only two nitrous-powered vehicles—Lizzy Musi and Jerry Bird—in the competition, their presence is significantly reduced. However, there’s a silver lining on the horizon for nitrous enthusiasts. As the summer heats up and air conditions worsen, nitrous cars traditionally perform better, especially at high-elevation tracks like those in Idaho.

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Turbo Cars: Yet to Make a Mark

Turbo cars, on the other hand, have struggled to gain a foothold in the main invitational winner’s bracket. Consistency issues and track conditions have hindered their performance. Fans are eagerly waiting to see if drivers like Scott Taylor or Daddy Dave can turn the tide and prove that turbo cars can be competitive in NPK.

Looking Ahead

As we move into the hotter summer months of June, July, and August, the dynamics may shift. Nitrous cars are expected to close the gap with their boosted counterparts, potentially altering the current competitive landscape. It will be exciting to see how the rest of the season unfolds and whether turbo cars will finally rise to the challenge.

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Stay tuned to for more updates and in-depth analysis on the NPK series. Make sure to subscribe, leave a comment, and join the conversation as we follow the exhilarating journey of Street Outlaws No Prep Kings Season 7.

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