Today’s Tapout Tuning throwback is featuring Scott Cook’s 1998 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP. This was one of the first Grand Prixs to be successfully converted from supercharged to turbocharged, years before any aftermarket kits were available. When Scott began this build, the world’s fastest Grand Prix was running 11.94x in the quarter mile. Determined to destroy this record his vanity plates boldly read, “RUN TENS”. After dialing in every aspect of the car it set the 3800 FWD quarter mile record on it’s very first outing, and later became the first ever to run a ten second quarter mile pass! Its best time was 9.499 at 145.13 mph. The car was featured in two separate magazine articles as well. (Check out the links below to see these articles!) This same drive and determination has been carried on to Tapout Tuning and we are still obsessed with huge horsepower and torque gains. It really is true that some things never change.