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Mustang Week Pro Dyno Battle at the Beach Shootout Profile: Jeff and Tyler Scofield
The 2016 winner Jeff Scofield is back, but his son Tyler is getting in on the fun
Mustang Week is rapidly approaching; it’s next week, as of this writing. The annual trip to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina is the Mecca equivalent to Mustang enthusiasts. The week long event takes place at different venues throughout Myrtle Beach, and one of those events is our own Battle at the Beach dyno competition. Pro Dyno brings its portable dyno, and we select a handful of Mustangs to see who spins the rollers with the highest horsepower. The Mustang making the most horsepower wins, it’s that simple.
For 2016, that was Jeff Scofield and his 2014 Shelby GT500, which spun up 1,230 horsepower to take the win. This year, he’s back with his 2016 GT350, which features a ProCharger P-1SC-1 supercharger. We don’t think the GT350 is going to match the power of his GT500, but with an 8,250 redline, you will not want to miss this car on the dyno.
Joining Jeff for the 2017 Battle at the Beach is his son Tyler Scofield and his 2015 Mustang GT. With a stock engine featuring oil pump gears, Tyler’s GT boasts a Kenne Bell 3.2LC supercharger. The fact that the engine is stock will keep the power from reaching four digits, but with the Kenne Bell 3.2LC, Tyler’s GT will definitely make more than respectable horsepower.
If you want to catch Jeff and Tyler’s Mustangs, along with the rest of the Battle at the Beach competitors, join us Thursday September 7, 2017 at North Myrtle Beach Drag Strip. We’ll be there early, and the competition starts at 9AM, as the morning dew gives way to the sound of horsepower.
See you there.