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New blood and old faces as Pro Mods are out in Street Outlaws Season 9

Big Chief prepares for the big shake-up on Street Outlaws Season 9 on Discovery
Big Chief prepares for the big shake-up on Street Outlaws Season 9 on Discovery

Street Outlaws is back on Discovery for Season 9 after their Mega Race triumph over Fast N’ Loud — but things get a big shake-up this season as Pro Mods are banned from the “list”.

Pro Mods, cars modified for track use, aren’t allowed at Cash Days racing events so the 405 crew now have to find new cars to race in and start from the ground up to claim their places on the top 10 list of OKC’s fastest street racers.

The new set-up allows some old familiar faces to return and some fresh new blood to enter the running, while old hands like Big Chief have to start like everyone else — from the bottom.

Watch footage from the premiere episode below as Big Chief reveals that Texas street racer Limpy, who came up with and runs the original Cash Days, is back in the game and says Pro Mods aren’t allowed at the events.

And that means the list has to conform too, as Big Chief says: “The only reason we have the “list” is to decide who goes to cash days.”

The new season of Street Outlaws comes after Big Chief and Murder Nova beat Fast N’ Loud’s Richard Rawlings’ build in the epic Mega Race showdown on Discovery last month.

The event also saw Aaron Kaufman, who recently left Fast N’ Loud, lose in a best-of-three events to the OKC crew’s Farmtruck and AZN.

Fans have since called for Aaron to be given his own TV show, but he’s also revealed plans to work on his own business.

Street Outlaws airs Mondays at 9/8c on Discovery.

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