MAOH Mazda RX7

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  1. Codename.47

    Codename.47 Guest

    MAOH Mazda RX7

    Source:Speedhunters.com

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    Mods:
    -the stock twin turbo set up remained.
    -Boost was slightly increased and to boost cooling efficiency, the space in front of the engine was taken up
    -by the V-mount set up, where the massive intecooler sits horizontally and the radiator underneath it at a 45º angle
    -Carbon fiber shrouding helps direct air through the core and out via the openings on the hood
    -RE-Amemiya titanium exhaust
    -With an Apex Power FC handling engine management this 13B develops 400 HP and 340 lb/ft with almost no lag in the way the power comes.
    -An RE-Amemiya LSD helps juggle drive between the rear wheels and the single plate clutch, again from Amemiya, is enough to handle the engine's performance
    -car wears the aggressive Super GReddy III widebody conversion, replacing most of the body panels with custom shaped FRP items
    -The pop-up headlights are replaced with fixed powerful IPF HID projectors and sit recessed in the all new front bumper
    -Canards and a functional front lip spoiler help keep the front end of the car glued to the road at speed.
    -The integrated overfenders help pump the stance of the car and that side skirt treatment is what ties the whole conversion together.
    -The rear end is drastically altered with a short overhang, custom LED lights and a carbon fiber rear hatch, which like the hood up front helps shave off considerable weight.
    -The width of the high set rear spoiler has been kept within the dimensions of the car so it can remain street legal.
    -Enkei, 17-inch by 9.5J GTC01s, shod in 255/40R17 Advan Neova AD08 tires.-Brembo F50 calipers join Project µ 2-piece discs to boost braking power at the front while the stock calipers remain at the rear but are mated to Project µ discs.
     
  2. gagan_singh

    gagan_singh Super Moderator

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    sucks for whoever has to work on this engine! no space at all
     
  3. Codename.47

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    but u know some people fit LS2 motor in it . i wonder how
     
  4. Dhhawal

    Dhhawal New Member

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    the rx-7 is one of the most tuner friendly cars...in displacment terms the engine is pretty small but the wankel motor makes sure you can extract the maximum out of it..! good job this..!
     
  5. Codename.47

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    yeah true but you know 1.2 Litre engine however fuel consumption is no less then a V8
     
  6. Dhhawal

    Dhhawal New Member

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    yea i know...they are guzzlers...but at least the performance justifies the consumption..!
     
  7. Codename.47

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    but yea when it comes to power to weight ratios this car is top class drifter
     

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