This is ‘Sick Fish’… A Custom Plymouth CUDA formerly Owned by Joe Rogan

This is ‘Sick Fish’… A Custom Plymouth CUDA formerly Owned by Joe Rogan

The Plymouth Cuda is one of the most legendary muscle cars ever produced and excites car enthusiasts in every make and age group. Strong and muscular in its original form, the Koda sparked fear when it appeared in the rearview mirrors or lined up in the driveway at the tow bar.

Famous UFC announcer Joe Rogan had a Plymouth Cuda as his first car and wanted to replace it with a special chassis that could only be designed and built by Best of the Best in Custom Arena. Sick Fish was designed by Chip Foose and built by Troy Trepanier of Rad Rides by Troy.

What started as an ordinary 1970’s coda has been turned into a completely custom sick fish with really plenty to include. Countless hours of custom metal fabrication, top of the line components throughout, and unparalleled attention to detail. Regardless of what you see on the roof in the amazing paint job, custom front and rear blinds and single wheels or what you see under the hood of the powerful 528 Hemi petrol-powered, the attention to detail continues in what you don’t see. The entire interior is powder-coated for protection and fully lined with Dynamat Xtreme insulating liner to keep the cab quiet and cool.

Complete with a 170-page building book, Sick Fish illustrates every step and every part used in this amazing custom build. Some of the features are listed below.

– 528 Hemi Crate Engine w/ 650 HP
– 4.500″ Bore
– 4.150″ Stroke
– 10.25:1 Compression
– 292-Degree Advertised – Duration Hydraulic Cam
– Big Stuff 3 EFI System
– Custom Fuel Cell
– Paxton Fuel Pump
– Aeromotive Regulator
– Bosch 45 lb/hour Injectors
– Bowler 727 Automatic Transmission
– Gear Vendors Overdrive
– Dana 60 Rear End by Strange
– 35 Spline Axels
– 3.54 Gears
– Limited Slip Differential

– Custom Chromoly Subframe
– New Tubs
– Modified Floor Pans

– Front: QA1 Coilovers with 650 lb-in Springs
– Rear: Custom Four-link with QA1 Coilovers and 400-in Springs
– Magnum Force Control Arms
– Raised Subframe
– Flaming River Power Steering Rack

– Rotor: Front 13.75″ / Rear 14.75″
– Baer Binders
– 4 Piston Calipers
– Baer Master Cylinder and Proportioning Valve

Wheels and Tires:
– One-Off Two Piece Billet Specialties – 19×8 Front and 22×10 Rear
– BF Goodrich – Front 235/35/19 and 285/35/22 Rear

– 2004 Nissan Sporty Silver – Progressively Darker towards Rocker Panels
– Custom Mixed Satin Charcoal on taillight panel, Grille and hood scoop
– Custom Front and Rear Valances and Rear Quarters

– Recaro Seats with Five Point Harnesses
– Full Roll Cage
– Auto Meter Gauges
– Billet Specialties Steering Wheel

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