Upon opening the Vista Blue clamshell on Dan Schonecks’s 2005 Ford GT Supercar, an adrenaline rush hits you as you stare upon the 331 cubic inch four valve power plant. Providing the power to this potent combination is not the original factory positive displacement (PD) supercharger but one of the latest highly efficient designs in the recent “overhaul” of the F-series lineup performed by the engineering staff at ProCharger.

When mentioning the ProCharger F-1X in drag racing’s X275 ranks, it strikes fear into the hearts of its competitors. Dan chose this ProCharger model for that very reason. The F-1X provides 34 psi of boost, which shocked the chassis dyno to the tune of 1450 wheel horsepower, while using a 10-rib serpentine belt.

Dan’s main purpose for this street machine is to compete in standing mile and half-mile competitions. What separates this supercar from the twin-turbo Lamborghinis that compete at these events is the fact that this is a real street driven car. To prove this, just this week Dan rolled the Ford GT off the dyno and took it on a 1,000 mile round trip maiden voyage from his home in Minnesota to the ProCharger headquarters in Kansas City.

On his journey, Dan averaged 14 mpg on E85 fuel, enticing audiences to stop and gawk at this beautiful and very powerful machine along the way. It’s not every day that you have a chance to see and hear a 240+ mph standing mile monster roaming the streets!

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