I got your bling-bling right here, buddy! Scott has gone to great lengths to make this an engine compartment that car-show judges just have to stop and admire. Once you get past the optical assault, you'll find the handiwork of hard-core speed freaks. Steeda installed the Vortech S-Trim with a 3.33-inch blower pulley (12 psi). Mike Wilson at Paul's Automotive Engineering finished off the deal with 42-lb/hr Ford Racing Performance Parts fuel injectors, an MSD ignition, and a custom tune on Paul Faessler's chassis dyno. The intake is further enhanced by a Pro-M 87mm mass air meter, an Anderson Power Pipe, and an aluminum discharge tube. The whole deal adds up to the typical 470-plus-rear-wheel-horsepower, Vortech-blown, 4.6 Four-Valve, Ford small-block (or "Vobra" as it's known in Internet chat rooms).