The Street Outlaws agree to race the guys from Fast n Loud, Farmtruck and AZN start on their budget build to race Aaron, while Chief and Shawn set out in search of the perfect car. When Chief hears rumors from Texas, he's not sure he wants to build a car.
With only a week left, the team at Midwest Streetcars and Farmtruck and AZN are scrambling to get their cars ready to race. With little experience building cars on a schedule, both teams start to feel they might not be able to finish their cars in time.
After the list shakeup, the 405 has an entirely new list, but everyone is still fighting to get to the top. With Dave down for repairs, Chuck, Ryan, Shawn and Monza battle to try to take the top spot, while Doc tries to get himself out of the bottom five.
This week's race is all about the very top of the list and the very bottom. Ryan and Chuck are getting ready to battle for #1 again. At the bottom of the list, Farmtruck is feeling the heat and he does everything he can to hold onto a spot on the list.
With Chief ready to take his new car up the list one more time, Reaper struggles to get his car fixed in time for race night. Meanwhile, Farmtruck and AZN think outside the box to round up some races, now that the truck is off the list.
When JJ and Precious bring all of Memphis with them to OKC for two nights of racing, everyone in the 405 has to step up and get ready to lay it all on the line. Doc looks for redemption after losing Chief's shoes to JJ.
Now that Chief is back on the list, he and Shawn map out a plan to get themselves back into the top spots. Farmtruck sets AZN up with a race against a doctor with a super car. And at race night, Doc seems like he finally has his car figured out.
With only a few list races left, everyone gets serious about moving up the list. AZN gets a new tune for the Dung Beetle and tests out the improvements. On race night, when Doc gets into trouble, Chief pounces on his chance to make big moves up the list.
JJ "Da Boss" from Memphis comes to OKC to host a race, everyone who's anyone in street racing shows up to compete.
With JJ going back to old school rules and a total of $60,000 on the line, the racers do anything and everything to win.