Twin turbo Outlaw racing has become an extremely popular venue here in the states. But this type of racing has not only become popular here, the guys across the pond in Australia have taken a liking to it as well. While the rules for certain classes may be different over there, and the driver sits on the right side of the car, the basic layout is extremely similar. Enter Rob Campisi (nicknamed Campo) and his 2004 twin turbo tube chassis Mustang. This is a car that if brought to the states, would likely be competitive with some of the most successful guys over here.



According to CV performance, the car made it's debut this year and in more testing has recently run a personal best of 6.64 at 214mph at Sydney International Dragway. An impressive run no doubt.





Photos courtesy of: CV performance.



The car has only made 20 or so passes down the 1320 this year after it's new build and is just getting dialed in. Most of the build was done by Street Car Fabrications and the custom tuning was done by CV performance.



For now, the car consists of a twin turbo 400 cubic inch small block backed up by a power glide transmission. Although rumor is that the team is getting ready to move to a 632 cubic inch big block still featuring twin turbochargers in hopes of even quicker elapsed times. It is believed that if the build is executed properly, they could have a 5-second turbo car on their hands. A short video of the personal best run was also recently released, and shown below:












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