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Adam Brown and his buddy Brandon Noye had Adam's '10 GT apart in the hotel parking lot Saturday evening looking for answers. Adam's GT was way down on power, and the intake was off to check things out, and install Steeda Autosports' CMRC delete plates. The GT's mods up to that point were 4.30 gears, OBX long-tube headers, an off-road H-pipe, a one-piece aluminum driveshaft, an electric water pump, a K&N filter, a Steeda Autosports' Hardcore upper control arm/third link, a Blow-By Racing tune, and Weld Racing big 'n' littles. For racing, Adam removed the front sway bar and the spare tire to reduce weight and aid weight transfer. The car weighed 3,460 with Adam in the car, and he averaged 22 mpg to and from his Baltimore, MD hometown. Since the Epping race, Adam's added Ford Racing Hot Rod cams, UPR Products lower control arms and adjustable panhard bar, and QA1 rear shocks for a new best-of 12.07 at 113 mph. He's adding 4.56 gears to take a shot at the 11-second zone.