For durability and longevity, Mark Ray substituted a forged-rod-and-piston Sean Hyland Motorsport short-block, topped with stock cams and heads. SHM also supplied one of its air-to-air intercoolers to cool the breath of the Vortech S-Trim, to which Mark fitted a 3.48-inch blower pulley, producing about 10 pounds of boost through the cooler. In support, a Pro-M 80mm mass air was teamed with 30 lb/hr injectors and an in-tank pump upgraded to 190 lph. A custom Superchip was burned to maximize driveability on the streetwhere the car spends all its time. Dyno pulls were topped out at a conservative 6,000 rpm, where the combination was putting 426 hp to the ground with the power curve still climbing steeply. Per Gabes wishes, this power has been perfectly reliable for the last two yearsno doubt a great relief to Mark Ray.