The suspension on the Escalade has also been altered to take advantage of the newfound power under the hood. A McGaughy's 2/4 suspension drop was placed under the front and rear of the vehicle. Fitted inside the extremely large pirelli p305/25R26 rubber are equally stunning 26-inch Autocouture wheels, which were color-matched to the vehicle's black exterior. Finally, to assist in stopping the more than 650hp wonder, the IAG crew installed a set of Baer Eradispeed disc brakes.

Even more creature comforts are inside the vehicle. The factory audio system was enhanced quite a bit with Rockford Fosgate speakers. Jason mounted a pair of 10-inch Rockford Fosgate subwoofers built into a special enclosure that tucks under the rear flip-down bench seat, still making the fold-down back wall of the Escalade accessible. more Rockford Fosgate components were installed into the A-pillars of the truck and powering the entire system are two very large Rockford Fosgate amplifiers. Rear 8-inch headrest monitors with head sets were provided by Rosen. And as if that were not enough to impress in the audio/video department, IAG went the extra step and installed a KVH satellite system to the roof that is virtually invisible when mounted to the factory roof rack. up on the headliner, IAG replaced the factory piece with a new chocolate-covered suede piece, then updated the door panels and inner seat liners in the same chocolate finish.

The IAG 654hp wonder is a testament to what lurks under the hood from this powerful engine. So, if you are ever in the Scottsdale or phoenix area, and a slightly lowered, black Escalade pulls up alongside of you, be prepared to see the business end of it. Trust us, this thing will quite literally fry all four tires from its AWD running gear. It's amazing.