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Street Outlaws Season 10: The new Murder Nova is a total beast

The new Murder Nova from Street Outlaws
The new Murder Nova in an image Street Outlaws star Shawn Ellington posted on Facebook

As Street Outlaws gears up for Season 10, Shawn Ellington has been posting videos and photos of the new Murder Nova online — and it’s a total beast.

The latest clip shows the car stick to the track like glue as it accelerates off like a bullet.

According to Speed Society, the new Murder Nova has a relocated twin-turbocharged Pro-Line small block engine fitted far back as possible. On the exterior it looks similar to the old version of the car, which as Street Outlaws fans know was put in semi-retirement earlier this year.

If the video below is anything to go by, it looks like the rest of the 405 list racers could be up against it in the forthcoming season. The footage shows the car, developed by the crew at Midwest Street Cars, tracking to the left slightly, but it’s not anything that can’t be sorted relatively easily.

Shawn wrote alongside the clip: “U ever have those night that u feel unbeatable? I love this car more and more with every pass made.”

U ever have those night that u feel unbeatable? I love this car more and more with every pass made. #shithappens #murdernova #bigchief #midweststreetcars #pals #thetruth #mrsmurdernova #kentuckychris #murdernovadad #mwscmonkey #justinmcdoogle #phantom405

Posted by Murder Nova on Saturday, October 21, 2017

The car also looks the part as the images below show.

Posted by Murder Nova on Saturday, October 21, 2017

Posted by Murder Nova on Friday, October 20, 2017

Posted by Murder Nova on Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Love the effects on this one! #Murdernova #Bigchief #Midweststreetcars #Streetoutlaws

Posted by Murder Nova on Monday, October 2, 2017

Street Outlaws Season 10 is set to return this fall. A premiere date still to be announced, but here’s the latest.

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