1993 Mazda Rx7, Widebody, Built Ls2 Turbo, Viper Rear, 800 HP
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    Default 1993 Mazda Rx7, Widebody, Built Ls2 Turbo, Viper Rear, 800 HP

    I know this probably doesnt peak many interests on this board, but I figure i'd post it anyway if someone knows someone etc... just posting it on all the car forums i'm on. Any help selling it would be appreciated.

    Will ship, may be willing to deliver depending on where the buyer is located. Asking $33,000; have so much more into it than that. Got into rally racing, have 7 cars at my house right now need to get rid of some.

    725rwhp 760rwtq at 21 psi on 93 with octane booster

    650rwhp 680rwtq at 15 psi on 93 octane

    Engine Bottom: (shortblock has $3500 in just machining costs)
    • LS2 all forge 370ci with darton sleeves rotating assembly spec'd by EPP
    • Wiseco 4.030 2618 Alloy Turbo Duty Pistons
    • Total seal rings (I think 1.5/1.5/3MM stainless top napier 2nd?)
    • Howards 6.125 Rods
    • SLP high volume oil pump
    • LG motorsports custom ground turbo cam
    • All ARP hardware
    • Balanced and blue printed
    • Bored and honed with torque plate
    • ATI crank pin kit
    • Aftermarket balancer, 10% underdrive
    • Hinson Subframe

    Engine Top:
    • CNC Ported LS2 Heads (Texas speed)
    • Titanium Double Valve Spring Kit
    • 7.40 Chromoly Pushrods

    Turbo System:
    • T76 Turbonetics Turbo
    • Custom Forward headers (Heat wrapped, DEI Titanium)
    • Stainless Hot Side 3" pipe (Heat wrapped, DEI Titanium)
    • Stainless Cold Side 3" pipe
    • Stainless 3.5" Downpipe and exhaust
    • Two Tial MV-S Wastegates (Set at 15 PSI Spring pressure)
    • Tial BV-50 Blow off valve
    • 1000 HP Air to Air Intercooler

    Fuel System:
    • 80 lb/hr Siemens Injectors
    • Billet Fuel Rails -8AN (Nasty Performance)
    • Aeromotive Fuel Pressure Regulator
    • Stainless Steel Fuel lines -8AN Feed, -6AN Return
    • Twin walbro in-tank pumps

    Rear End:
    • 2002 Viper Rear Differential. (Modified to fit, bigger and stronger than the cobra diff swap)
    • Driveshaft shop Level 5 1000+ HP Axles. (Viper inner stubs, Rx7 outter stubs)
    • Driveshaft shop custom steel Driveshaft

    • Tick Performance Level 2 T56 6-speed
    • 427 Clutch
    • Wilwood modified 7/8 Clutch master

    Exterior Visual:
    • Shine Auto Front Bumper
    • Shine Auto Front Fenders
    • Pettit Rear flares, professionally molded to the body
    • Professional paint job. Ford color: SN 2003 Cobra
    • CCW SP500 Wheels. 18x11.5 rears; 18x10.5 fronts
    • Nitto 555RII Tires, 305 rears, 285 fronts
    • Relocated fuel filler to exterior hatch area
    • Megan Coilovers

    • CCW Corbeau CR1 Seats (Black Suede)
    • Fuel and Boost Autometer Phantom Gauges
    • 4 Point Roll Bar (made to fit inside the factory interior)
    • 5 Point point Corbeau Harness's
    • Dakota Digital Speedometer Adjuster
    • Lingenfelter 58x-24x tooth crank converter

    The Bad:
    • Paint isn't perfect. Not bad by any means look at the pics but it has been driven on the road.
    • Tiny Tiny oil leak. Like one drop every two weeks. It's coming from the oil pan where the turbo return bung was welded on. So slight that I never thought it was worth fixing. It's not a pressurized leak.

    -Relocated fuel filler location.
    Last edited by czwalga; 08-12-2013 at 10:32 AM.

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    Do you still have this car for sale, if so respond to [email protected]

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    Definitely interesting. Not in a I want it kind of way, but looks like a rocket ship. I always liked those 3rd gen RX7's but I'll stick my first gens for now.

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    Sold over a year ago.

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