Mid-July means its time for the annual cruise-in at Portland Speed Industries in Hillsboro Oregon. Once a year PSI opens their door to the public for a chance to see the facility and talk with the staff and visit with friends.

The cruise-in was the perfect opportunity to take JP's recently reassembled VW Beetle for its maiden voyage.

JP said since owning the Bug in 2004, this 45 minutes was the longest drive of its life with the STi engine in tact. A full detailed feature on this car will be coming to our blog soon.

As always, the quality of the vehicles partaking is always worth it.

Scott Peterson is a local machinist we use to machine Radium parts. He was out with this remarkable pro-touring G90 Camaro.

Scott has been doing extremely well showing the car and has taken home many trophies from some major car shows. If you want to learn more about this car, CLICK HERE for a link to Scott's build thread.

Evergreen Pro-Am drifter Cameron Moore also came by to show off his Radium emblazoned SC300 drift car.

Cameron loves all his Radium parts including this trunk mounted twin-Bosch 044 Fuel Surge Tank system.

JP's vintage VW

In the shop, the crew at PSI was putting the final touches on Ryan Tuerck's pro drift car in preparation for the competition the following weekend.

A Radium Competition Catch Tank is mounted in the trunk and handles the venting for the transmission and rear differential. A Radium Multi-Pump FST is also used on this vehicle and is mounted mid-chassis.

Another clean 2JZ Toyota Supra.

Showing off our latest goods and handing out free stickers.

All of our latest products were on display.

Stephen Pepka's Datsun 510 always draws a crowd.

How many trailers have you seen have laminate wood flooring and color matched wheels?

We enjoyed seeing everyone at the event and would like to thank PSI for hosting this year. Call PSI for all your tuning, building, and modification needs. TunedbyPSI.com