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The Cobra's Dark Charcoal interior is largely stock, save for well-placed gauges to help keep track of air/fuel. A Dynojet Wideband Commander lets Josh know if the Cobra is getting the proper amount of air and fuel to arrive at the most power possible, while a boost overlay mod allows the factory boost gauge to go to 23 pounds of boost. The recipe for a 600-plus-horsepower Cobra is tried and true. In Josh's case, his Cobra features a Whipple 2.3-liter supercharger with a Accufab single-blade throttle-body, an SCT BA2400 mass air, Siemens Deka 60-lb/hr fuel injectors, a Metco Motorsports 4-pound lower pulley, a Whipple 3-inch upper pulley, an Xtreme Heat Exchanger, and 23 pounds of boost. With the increased incoming air, exhaust upgrades like Bassani Mid-Length headers with a corresponding X-shape crossover pipe, and a Borla Cat-Back, the air exits as fast as it enters the supercharged Four-Valve. Blankenship Tuning put the car on its rollers to the tune of 612 hp and 658-lb-ft of torque.