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Justin Swanstrom Dominates US Street Nationals and Puts Prup up for Sale

In the latest Street Outlaws update, Justin Swanstrom takes center stage with a remarkable victory at the US Street Nationals' no-time race. Not only did Swanstrom secure the top spot in the competition, but he also made waves by putting his well-known ride, Prup, up for sale once again. Let's delve into the details of his recent triumph and the intriguing decision to part ways with his racing machine.


Photo by Justin Swanstrom 

Justin Swanstrom's Triumph at US Street Nationals:

Justin Swanstrom showcased his racing prowess by claiming victory in the no-time class at the US Street Nationals. Known for running on 275s with Prup, his NPK car, Swanstrom decided to unleash the screw blower, pushing it to an impressive 125% overdrive. This bold move resulted in a significant power boost, allowing his car to dominate the competition.


The exact speed of Prup during the no-time race remains a mystery, as the old-time class doesn't provide detailed metrics. However, Swanstrom's recent successes, including a win in Orlando just a week and a half ago, highlight the exceptional performance of his racing machine.


Prup: A Versatile Contender:

Prup has been a force to be reckoned with in the racing world, excelling on big tires, radios, and various surfaces. Swanstrom's decision to sell Prup has raised eyebrows among fans and enthusiasts, considering its track record of victories in nearly every category it has entered, except for Pro Mod, where weight differences played a role.


Photo by Justin Swanstrom 

The Specifics of Prup's Sale:

Although Swanstrom has published Prup's availability for sale in the past without sealing the deal, this time seems different. The reasons behind putting Prup on the market remain speculative, with potential factors ranging from acquiring a new racing machine to financing the construction of a Pro Mod currently in progress. Given Swanstrom's track record of success, whatever his decision, it is likely a calculated move.


The Power Behind the Screw Blower:

Swanstrom's decision to use the screw blower at 125% overdrive has significantly impacted Prup's performance. With six more pounds of boost during acceleration, the 49 Hemi engine is estimated to generate 300-400 more horsepower, showcasing the remarkable capabilities of the screw blower setup.


Photo by Justin Swanstrom 

As the Street Outlaws community eagerly awaits updates on Prup's potential buyer and Justin Swanstrom's next move, one thing is certain – the world of street racing is in for more thrilling developments. Swanstrom's strategic choices and Prup's consistent victories have left an indelible mark on the racing scene, making the sale of this iconic machine an event to watch closely in the coming weeks. Stay tuned to StreetOutlawsTalks.com for the latest updates and insights into the dynamic world of street racing.

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