So last month we had a badass notch that was built for the track. This month we mixed things up a bit and ended up with a badass street cruiser. Swervo’s Mach 1 turns heads wherever he goes, even at Modded Mustangs. I know I am guilty of staring at a picture of his car for a few minutes before I realized what I was doing. This is truly a Ride of The Month car.
When Dewayne Servo isn’t deployed serving his country in the USMC, he is busy finding new things to put on his car. Before long he is going to have to start replacing performance parts with better performance parts because he has almost already ran through the entire car. As you can see, the outside of his Mach 1 is outfitted with 18×9 and 18×10 deep dish bullitt wheels to give it a very nice stance. It also has a very nice addition with the 01 cobra bumper painted to match perfectly and gives it a nice aggressive look. The 03-04 cobra trucklid, spoiler, and sideskirts finish it off with the cobra additions. Unique Automotive Designs stepped in and helped out with their custom airbrushed center caps and pony -emblems. Many more cosmetic upgrades are outfitted on this Mach to definitely make it a one-of-a-kind.
You can’t have a Mach 1 that looks this sweet on the outside without some sweet parts under the hood. Well, “sweet” is an understatement when Dewayne pops the hood on this car. The first thing that is going to blow you away are the twin, thats right, twin HP 57mm turbos. Then you move down the line and you see the two 38mm Tial wastegates and two bosch billet BOV’s. When you see all of this, you’re going to be spending more time picking your jaw up off the ground than staring at the car. To control the boost on the car, Swervo has a turbosmart boost controller to make sure every thing is in tune. And to make sure this beast is getting enough fuel, Dewayne put on a pair of 03 cobra fuel pumps and fuel tank, also with a set of 60lb injectors and a Kenne bell BAP. He lets all of this breath through a SLP loudmouth cat-back. And he makes sure he rips through every gear perfectly with a MGW Short throw. Other mods include a PHP intake spacer, Spec stage 2+ clutch and flywheel and a 90 MM MAF.
Dewayne wanted to make sure this car stayed glued to the road with this much power by installing some H&R Super sport rear springs with Maximum Motorsport caster/camber plates. Maximum motorsports stepped up again on this ride with some extreme duty LCAs and full length subframe connectors. Dewayne decided to go with Steeda on the upper control arms. The car also has a QA1 tubular K member and QA1 A-arms. Swervo once again went with QA1 when he decided to go with their front coilover kit with 14′ 200lb springs. Last but not least, he went with Tokico 5 way adjustable drag struts and a Steeda bumpsteer kit to make this thing slice through curves like butter.
When Dewayne gets back from deployment he plans on installing a built short block, a return style fuel system and a T56 or TKO600 tranny. We cant wait Dewayne, and make sure you stay safe over there!