We bet those grinning are about to become grunt junkies too, and the few with the shakes are just going through a little torque withdrawal.
Jeff stepped up the GT's braking prowess with 13-inch, four-piston Brembos up front. Brembo semimetallic front pads and Hawk rear pads help scrub off speed by clamping on Power Slot-prepped rotors at all four corners.
Of course, the Blowzilla dominates the landscape of Jeff's engine compartment, but it's not alone in pumping up the 331 underneath. Aiding the screw terror is the optional Flowzilla inlet, a BBK 70mm throttle body, a C&L inlet pipe, and a Kenne Bell ram-air kit. Working off the March underdriven accessory belt, the 211/42-inch blower pulley pumps up a highly effective 5.5 pounds of boost. However, it's the little things that don't show up at first glance. All the brackets were powdercoated black, the aluminum engine parts were sandblasted and powdercoated clear, and stainless steel fasteners were employed where possible.