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This S197 Is Supposedly the Fastest N/A Stock Long-Block on the Planet Running Pump Gas
Tommy Holovacko • Long Branch, New Jersey • 2012 GT
Tommy Holovacko from Long Branch, New Jersey, owns this sweet 2012 GT, and he’s ready to stir the pot at Maple Grove for anyone willing to take him on. In the early ’90s, Holovacko raced his white 1989 Notch in Englishtown, back when they first started Friday Street Nights. His new ride features a CJ intake, FRPP CAI, a Monoblade throttle-body, a Circle D converter, a BMR K-member and relocation brackets, UPR LCAs, JPC UCA, Strange adjustable shocks and struts, Strange front drag brakes, Eibach drag springs, and BMR ARB. For added airflow and rumble, he installed JPC long tube headers and an off-road X-pipe with 3-inch bullet dumps. According to Holovacko this is the fastest naturally aspirated stock long-block on the planet that runs on 93-octane (real pump gas). On top of that, this is his daily driver with over 80,000 miles on the clock. He is willing to take in the so-called experts and record-holders regardless of fuel preference.