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John Odom's GTR Upgrades & Possible New Combo: A Buzz in the Street Outlaws Community

Hey everyone, welcome back to Street Outlaws! Today, we're diving into some exciting news surrounding John Odom's GTR and the upgrades happening at How Motorsports. If you're a fan of high-octane action, buckle up because this is going to be good.


Photo by John Odom


So, what's all the buzz about? Well, it seems like Jim How over at How Motorsports is stirring things up by listing the motor out of John Odom's GTR for sale. And let me tell you, it's not your average sale – we're talking $72,000 for the whole package, including the PSI C rotor and the entire engine from hat to pan. Now, that's a steal considering the rarity of the PSI CR rotor these days. Getting your hands on one? Almost impossible.


Now, let's talk specs. The GTR is currently rocking a Brad 6 mode, which is an older Hemi but still packs a punch. With this setup, John has been tearing up the track, hitting 370s in the 8th mile and 570s in the 4th mile at 2800 lbs with 92% overdrive at the World Cup finals event last season. Impressive, right?


But here's the thing – in the world of No Prep Kings (NPK), having the latest and greatest is crucial. It's all about staying competitive, and if your setup isn't up to par with the big dogs, you're at a serious disadvantage. That's where the upgrades come into play.


Photo by John Odom


It's rumored that John is eyeing a new combo for the GTR, one that will give him the edge he needs to dominate the competition. And with Jim How and How Motorsports behind the wheel, you know it's going to be something special.


Now, there's been some speculation about who actually owns the GTR's drivetrain. While it's believed that Jim How owns the drivetrain, John is still the proud owner of the GTR itself – at least, as far as we know. But hey, in the world of street racing, things can change in the blink of an eye.


Speaking of competition, John has a bet locked in with Justin Swans for every race they line up for. Word on the street is it's $1,500 a pop, but don't quote me on that. Regardless, it's shaping up to be a season filled with some intense grudge matches, and we can't wait to see how it all plays out.


Photo by John Odom


So, there you have it – the latest scoop on John Odom's GTR upgrades and the potential for a new combo. Keep your eyes peeled, folks. This season of Street Outlaws is about to get wild.

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