Super Blooper (kart)

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Super Blooper
Turbo Blooper
Super Blooper from Mario Kart Tour
Super Blooper in Mario Kart Tour
Size class Medium
Strong stats Speed, Off-Road
Average stats Weight, Acceleration, Handling, Mini-Turbo
Weak stats Drift
Appears in Mario Kart Wii, Mario Kart Tour

The Super Blooper (known as the Turbo Blooper in the British English version in its debut game) is a kart in the Mario Kart series. It resembles a Blooper with two striped tentacles sticking out from its sides, with the emblem above each of them. Two more tentacles serve as the exhaust pipes. In terms of general shape, it resembles a Porsche 911. The side tentacles move when the vehicle boosts and the wings twist upward when the vehicle brakes, as if swimming.


Mario Kart Wii[edit]

The Super Blooper debuts in Mario Kart Wii as a medium-sized kart. The kart's bike counterpart is the Dolphin Dasher (which is also based on an aquatic Super Mario character); however, the kart is actually lighter than its bike counterpart, while being slightly faster. It can be unlocked by winning the 50cc Leaf Cup, or by playing 300 races.

The Super Blooper features good speed (tied with the Shooting Star) and great off-road (tied with the Booster Seat), but it also has the worst drifting among the medium vehicles and the second worst drift among the karts, only behind the Offroader. Its drift is tied with the Wario Bike for the third worst drifting in the game behind the Offroader and the Phantom. If Daisy rides the Super Blooper, it can pass the Honeycoupe's and Bullet Bike's default speed by one point. Its other stats are average. It is also the lightest medium kart in the game, and has the best off-road stat of all the medium karts. Its weight is tied with the Sneakster. Its acceleration (tied with the Blue Falcon) is slightly below average.

Color schemes[edit]

Character Color scheme Image Character Color scheme Image
Mario White Blooper, red stripes, dark blue wheels, red underside Mario's Super Blooper Luigi White Blooper, green stripes, dark blue wheels, green underside Luigi's Super Blooper
Peach White Blooper, pink stripes, pink wheels and underside Peach's Super Blooper Daisy White Blooper, yellow and orange stripes, orange wheels and underside Daisy's Super Blooper
Yoshi White Blooper, light blue stripes, green wheels, light green underside Yoshi in his Super Blooper (Turbo Blooper) from Mario Kart Wii. Birdo White Blooper, purple stripes, maroon-magenta wheels, purple underside Birdo's Super Blooper
Diddy Kong White Blooper, red stripes, red wheels and underside Diddy Kong's Super Blooper Bowser Jr. Yellow-orange Blooper, green stripes and underside, red wheels Bowser Jr.'s Super Blooper
Male Mii Gray Blooper, black stripes, dark blue wheels, black underside Super Blooper from Mario Kart Wii Female Mii White Blooper, blue stripes, brown wheels, blue underside Super Blooper from Mario Kart Wii

Mario Kart Tour[edit]

The Super Blooper returns in Mario Kart Tour, where it is classified as a Super kart. Unlike its Mario Kart Wii appearance, it only has a red stripe color scheme (shared by Mario and Diddy Kong) no matter which driver is using it, and its side tentacles and wings no longer move. The Super Blooper uses the Pipe Frame's tires and increases the duration of Mini-Turbo speed boosts and the amount of points earned for performing Mini-Turbos.

The game introduces a golden variant, simply named the Gold Blooper, which is also classified as a Super Kart.

The Super Blooper is available in each tour's First Pipe and Second Pipe and is also a part of the Daily Selects base set. It has also been obtainable by other means, shown in the following table.

Tour Availability
Halloween Tour (2019) Tour gift
210 Grand Stars
Marine Tour Undersea Pipe


Mario Kart Wii[edit]

Speed: 50/80
Weight: 40/80
Acceleration: 35/80
Handling: 37/80
Drift: 21/80
Off-Road: 54/80
Mini-Turbo: 35/80
Vehicle type:

Mario Kart Tour[edit]

Special skill Mini-Turbo Plus icon from Mario Kart Tour Mini-Turbo Plus
Favorite courses
(Bonus points ×2)
MKT Icon Koopa Troopa Beach R.png
N64 Koopa Troopa Beach R
MKT Icon Mario Circuit 2R.png
SNES Mario Circuit 2R
3DS Cheep Cheep Lagoon from Mario Kart Tour
3DS Cheep Cheep Lagoon
3DS Cheep Cheep Lagoon T from Mario Kart Tour
3DS Cheep Cheep Lagoon T
Squeaky Clean Sprint R from Mario Kart Tour
Squeaky Clean Sprint R
Favored courses
(Bonus points ×1.5)
GBA Bowser's Castle 1T from Mario Kart Tour
GBA Bowser's Castle 1T
MKT Icon Koopa Troopa Beach T.png
N64 Koopa Troopa Beach T
MKT Icon Neo Bowser City.png
3DS Neo Bowser City
MKT Icon Toad Circuit.png
3DS Toad Circuit**
MKT Icon Yoshi Circuit.png
GCN Yoshi Circuit
3DS Cheep Cheep Lagoon R from Mario Kart Tour
3DS Cheep Cheep Lagoon R
MKT Icon Choco Island 2.png
SNES Choco Island 2*
MKT Icon Vanilla Lake 1RT.png
SNES Vanilla Lake 1R/T
MKT Icon Rosalina's Ice World R.png
3DS Rosalina's Ice World R
Amsterdam Drift 2 from Mario Kart Tour
Amsterdam Drift 2
GBA Battle Course 1 from Mario Kart Tour
GBA Battle Course 1

* indicates a favored course upgraded to a favorite course after reaching level 3. ** indicates a favored course upgraded to a favorite course after reaching level 6.
*** indicates a favored course upgraded to a favorite course after reaching level 8.




Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese スーパーゲッソー
Sūpā Gessō
Super Blooper

Chinese (simplified) 超级鱿鱿
Chāojí Yóuyóu
Super Blooper

Chinese (traditional) 超級魷魷
Chāojí Yóuyóu
Super Blooper

French Super Bloups
Super Blooper
German Blooper-Bolide
Blooper Racing Car
Italian Super Calamako
Super Blooper
Korean 슈퍼징오징오
Syupeo Jing-o Jing-o
Super Blooper

Portuguese (NOA) Superblooper
Super Blooper
Spanish Bloopercarro