1392 RWHP, 229 MPH Mile, 8.49 @ 172
From The Owner
Being a die hard Buick Grand National guy, this was the first supra I had ever worked on and was built in a stereo shop. It had belonged to a friend, I bought it soon after. I currently have had for 15 years. It's very special to me because it was a start of building a pretty reputable business( Boost Logic) from this car. I will probably never sell it.
It started as a perfect street car(74mm) to a Dyno queen and drag car (91mm) then back to a useable street car(76mm). In it's 91mm days it used for advertising for our Boost Logic parts and services. SW decided to try to take it down the track ended with 8.4 @ 174 after many attempts and track rentals. Car is now back to a street car and fun to drive again.
One of the first RPS single cars in the country. One of a few cars to run a 10 sec pass years ago. It sparked to old "Texas vs Arizona" debates. Won one of the early TX2k Dyno competitions with 1400+ rwhp in front of hundreds of people. 200 rwhp over the next highest. It achieved 230 mph in the standing mile (Texas Mile). Held the record for some time. Also held the record for the quickest 6 psd supra in the 1/4 mile.
Built the car originally to beat SW with his corvettes and vipers on the streets of Austin. Later on, be a shop car for Boost Logic and Performance Motorsports. It met and exceeded every goal that we went after during that time. It was not easy and made those special goals even better.
Performance Motorsports, Boost Logic, Tuning Concepts, SW, and Supraforums.