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Justin Swanstrom's PRENUP Turns The Boards On Finally!

Updated: Mar 12, 2023

It’s always exciting to see a race car come to life and hit the track for the first time. The thrill of speed and the roar of the engine are enough to make any gearhead’s heart race. Recently, a team of dedicated racers successfully fired up their race car, the PRENUP, and hit the track for some high-speed action.



Justin Swanstorm is a visionary leader in the field of technology, known for his innovative ideas and cutting-edge solutions. One of Justin’s greatest strengths is his ability to think outside the box and come up with creative solutions to complex problems. He is not afraid to take risks and try new things, and this has led to many breakthroughs and successes throughout his career.

Photo by Justin Swanstrom


The process of building a race car is no easy feat. It takes a lot of time, money, and expertise to turn a stock vehicle into a high-performance machine capable of reaching speeds that most people can only dream of. The team behind the PRENUP faced their fair share of challenges during the build process, but they were determined to see their project through to the end.



The PRENUP is a unique car, featuring a square block engine and custom headers. The team had to work hard to make sure that all of the components worked together seamlessly. They also had to overcome the challenge of finding parts and getting the car to meet the requirements of the race class they planned to compete in.

Photo by Justin Swanstrom


Running in the 3,769’s at the US Street Nationals, Justin Swanstorm has been running basically his NPK car at pretty much NPK weight at less overdrive that no prep games allowed in season 5. These are Pro Mod rules at the U.S Street Nationals that he can only run 92% over on the screw blower in comparison to 98% over at NPK so that 6% is probably one or two pounds of boost which could be roughly around 150 HP less than what he is running at NPK. But he still ran 3,769’s at 200.92 miles an hour so this is very impressive time from Prenup.

Video by Justin Swanstrom



Building a race car is a challenging and rewarding process. It takes a lot of hard work and dedication, but the end result is a machine that is capable of reaching incredible speeds and providing an unforgettable experience for the driver. The team behind the PRENUP can attest to this, as they have now seen their dream come to fruition. They have built a car that they can be proud of and that is sure to turn heads on the track.

Video by Justin Swanstrom


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