Take a look at this, Mike Bowman’s New Proline Hemi Power for No Prep Kings Season 6!!
Street Outlaws fans, get ready for No Prep Kings Season 6 because Mike Bowman is coming back with a new Proline power plant for his NPK Chevelle! In a recent episode of Street Outlaws no prep talk, fans were given a sneak peek into Mike Bowman’s latest upgrades, and the new Proline mh7 Hemi power plant is undoubtedly the star of the show.
For those who may not know, Mike Bowman previously ran the NPK Chevelle in Season 5, but the car was involved in a nasty incident at the end of the season. Thankfully, the car is now fully repaired and ready to run in Season 6, which is set to begin in just three weeks’ time. And with Bowman’s new Proline mh7 Hemi power plant, we can expect him to be a serious contender in the upcoming season.
In the world of no prep racing, having the latest and greatest power plant is crucial. And that’s exactly what Bowman has with his new Proline engine. He upgraded from an older Brad Anderson Hemi to the top of the line Proline combination, which is sure to give him a significant power boost. In fact, Bowman ran the mh6 on the Pro Launch of L.A. World Series of Pro Mod and now he’s upgraded to the latest and greatest from Proline.
Bowman is not the only racer who’s made the switch to Proline for NPK Season 6. We’ve seen other racers like Ryan Martin, Murder Nova, and Manza also upgrade to the new Pro-Line stuff with the exact same ending combination. However, there are still some racers who are running the older Proline motors, like the mh6 or mh5, which puts them at a disadvantage compared to the racers who’ve upgraded. The newer engines simply make more power, and that translates to faster runs on the track.
Of course, running in the NPK series is an expensive affair, and having the best power plant is just one part of the equation. But with his new Proline mh7 Hemi power plant, Mike Bowman has the experience and the power to run at the top of the pack. As one of the most experienced racers on the No Prep Kings circuit, Bowman has a proven track record of success. And with his car now sporting a new work of art under the hood, we can expect to see some truly impressive performances from him this season.
In conclusion, No Prep Kings Season 6 is shaping up to be an exciting one, and Mike Bowman’s new Proline mh7 Hemi power plant is sure to be a major factor in the competition. We can’t wait to see how Bowman and his fellow racers fare in the upcoming season, but one thing is for sure: with the latest and greatest power plants under their hoods, it’s going to be a fierce battle for the top spot!