The Street Outlaw build by BES/HPP for Rob Goss is featured on the NCMA website (NMCAdigital.com). This is an all out build featuring Thitek’s Bear GIIIH Cylinder Heads.
Below is an excerpt from the article:
Well, Bruce is back – this time behind the build, and eventually working the tuning laptop on this incredible High Horse Performance-built 2009 Drag Pak Challenger, owned and driven by Sheridan, Wyoming’s Rob Goss.
Before you think this car is a regular old run-of-the-mill Challenger, consider the fact that the 25.3-spec chassis was constructed by none other than the Leaf Spring King, Ron Rhodes, at his Rhodes Custom Auto shop in Delaware. The parts list is extensive and impressive.
The Bischoff Engine Service-constructed 404 cubic inch engine uses a Mopar aluminum block, ThiTek twin-plug HEMI cylinder heads, and a Hogan‘s fabricated sheetmetal intake manifold. A Scat forged crank, Callies billet-steel connecting rods, and Ross pistons provide the rotating assembly.
Boost will be provided by a ProCharger F-1x supercharger pushing massive amounts of boost, driven by a gear-drive assembly from Chris Alston’s CDS division. Transmission duties are handled by a Hughes Powerglide transmission and converter from Jason Gatlin at ATF Speed. The engine has made an absolute ton of power on the BES dyno, and Tony Bischoff feels that the car will run with the front-runners in the class without an issue.
The article is worth the read. Congratulations to Rob, Bruce and the BES/HPP team on this build. We’re looking forward to seeing the timeslips.