Thanks to Pro-Tech Engines and Cleveland Performance, Brian's EFI Renegade ride packs a 311ci magic maker using an FRPP R302 block. With a Scat billet crank, Carrillo rods, Ross pistons, and Hellfire piston rings, compression comes in at a boost-friendly 9.2:1. Prior to assembly, a pair of Edelbrock Victor Jr. heads were treated to a Total Engine Airflow port and polish program to realize their full airflow potential. A Comp Cams cam Brian only describes as "lumpy" sets the Jesel/Comp Cams valvetrain in motion, thanks to stock lifters. Up top, an equally massaged Holley SysteMAX II intake inhales forced air from the now legendary Vortech YSi Trim supercharger, responsible for piling 30 pounds of boost into the cylinders. Brian relies on a Frank Lupo Pro-Formance Transmission and Dynamic 5,000-stall converter, shifted by a B&M shifter.
Brian has a lot of people to thank for helping him along the way to an NMRA EFI Renegade championship. Those include Ed Thomas, who evidently taught Brian too much; Frank Lupo Dynamic Converters and Pro-Formance Transmissions; Dan Rawls at Cleveland Performance; Vortech Engineering; Jesel; Total Engine Airflow; UPR Products; Anderson Ford Motorsport; Pro-M; Kooks; and his crew guys Jerry, Milk, Jason, Joe, Mike, and Sean.