Blowfish Run 2011

Well, they did it again! The Rad Rides/Poteet team has shattered a twenty-five year old record with the world famous "Blowfish"! Five passes were made this year at the salt flats, all of them were over 300mph! A new record was set at 307.399 in B, Blown Fuel Competition Coupe with Danny Burrows at the wheel. Top run was 315.913mph with an exit speed of 319.260mph. This put the Blowfish into the Bonneville history book as one of the fastest production cars on the salt!

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RadRides by Troy Blowfish on the dyno
The Blowfish is a 1969 Cuda,built at Rad Rides by Troy to compete at the Bonneville Salt Flats. It has a higher ratio rear end gear in theses Dyno pulls,so that it isnt running 300 m.p.h. but it still had a rear wheel speed of 170m.p.h. and made 1118 h.p and 1280 ft lbs of torque at the rear wheels with only 10 pounds of Boost!





Rad Rides By Troy Dyno Testing the Blowfish engine
Rad Rides by Troy Dyno testing and tuning of the Bonneville Salt Flats Race car engine out of the Record holding Blowfish





Bonneville Salt Flats Crash 2014 Steam Speed America at World of Speed
Going for a world land speed record run at Bonneville Salt flats, World of Speed 2014. After the fifth mile the car goes sideways and rolls at over 140mph. Thankfully the driver is doing ok.





'62 bubble top
This is a 1962 Chevy Bel Air Bubble top owned by Randy Wilcox. Rad Rides by Troy did some chassis modifications, build custom floor pans, re-did quarterpanel, and all the rest of the body smoothing including tucking the bumpers. This one sports an LS9 from a new ZR1 Corvette.




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