1993 mazda RX7 - Single Turbo

Price: US $24,000.00 Item location: San Tan Valley, Arizona, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Mazda
  • Model: RX-7
  • Type: Coupe
  • Trim: Touring
  • Year: 1993
  • Mileage: 76,000
  • VIN: JM1FD3312P0205060
  • Color: Red
  • Engine size: 13B-REW
  • Number of cylinders: R2
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1993 Mazda RX-7

Engine:

· Freshly rebuilt 13b-rew

o Atkins seal kit including thermal pellet

o OEM Mazda side seals and apex seals

o 50 miles on the engine

o Oil changed three times since rebuild

o OMP deleted including the front cover gear

· Power steering and air conditioning deleted

· Custom top mount turbo manifold

· Custom 3” downpipe with flex pipe, v-band mounted to turbo

· Garrett GT3582R, Brand new cartridge and balancing performed by turbos direct

· Dual 40mm TiAL Wastegates, v-band mounted

· Custom V-mount

o Koyo Radiator

o Bar/Plate Intercooler

· New Mazda thermostat

· 9 heat range spark plugs

· Greddy compression tube

· Secondary butterflies removed from throttle body

· Emissions block off plate kit

· Custom cold air intake

· Custom secondary fuel rail

· Mallory FPR with AN 6 braided lines

· New Injector Dynamics 1700cc secondaries, cleaned and tested stock 550cc primaries (performed by witch hunter performance)

· Supra TT fuel pump

· Rywire single turbo harness

· New oem oil pan

· Banzai oil pan brace

· Banzai Racing single belt main pulley

· Pineapple Racing Big Turbo idler pulley kit

· Circuit Sports oil catch can

· Exedy stage 1 clutch

· Updated 5 gear sychro

· Relocated battery

· New starter

Electronics:

· Apexi Power FC

· AEM UEGO wideband

· AEM water temp gauge

· AEM Tru Boost

· Powered By Max Engine vitals gauge for oil pressure and temp

· HKS turbo timer

Interior:

· All stereo equipment deleted including removal of wiring

· All air bag wiring and sensors deleted

· Originally tan interior, carpet has been swapped to black

· No door panels or trunk panels

Chassis:

· Banzai Transmission and diff brace

· All new pillow ball bushings in rear

· Super Pro poly diff bushings

· HKS hypermax PRO coilovers

· Paint could use a buff, but it’s in pretty good shape

· Drivers side fender looks like the previous owner had a blowout, but I have a undamaged oem silver fender to go with the car

· Alex Rodriguez ABS delete kit with balancer

· Corksport rear strut brace

· TC sportline adjustable toe links and trailing arms

· Ronin Speedworks sunroof plug

1993 Mazda RX7 touring

I purchased the car in Atlanta back in 2012, daily drove it for about 6 months before trailering it back to Arizona. Soon after the coolant seals started to go out so I started the tear down with a simple rebuild in mind. During the inspection I noticed that stock twins were way out of spec so the snowball happened and I decided to go single turbo. If I was going single turbo there was no way I was going do it halfway, so I decided to go v-mount and give the car everything it needs to be reliable. I was planning to build the car into a weekend track car so I sold the door panels and interior with plans to buy bubbletech door panels, a black non-sunroof headliner. I had plans to run pump gas, straight pipe, and aim for a conservative 400whp. Currently the car is untuned and the exhaust is straight off the downpipe. It idles perfectly and drives smoothly, after a few more break-in and this car will be ready for a good tune and any direction the new owner wants to take it in. A little about me; I am an aircraft sheet metal mechanic with education in Machining, Welding and Electronics. I performed almost all of the modifications on this car so I want it to be known that I take a lot of pride in my work and I have full confidence in the performance of this car. I wish I could keep it, but as you can tell it’s an expensive car and I need the money for other avenues. The only funky thing about this chassis is the mileage. I bought the car with a blank odometer under the assumption the car had 90000 on it, for those who know the odometer is a standard problem for all FD RX7’s. After about 20 years a capacitor storing energy for the odometer reaches is lifespan and starts to leak causing the odometer to turn off. I took the car home and replaced the capacitor only to see the clock actually had something around 70000 on it. Now the clock has 76000 on it now and the (clean) title says 93000. The chassis probably has somewhere around 90000 on it, but it’s pretty irrelevant with all new bushings, suspension and engine parts.

Thanks for looking, For videos of it running or questions contact Connor

Willing to ship at buyers expense, buyer must organize all transportation from Phoenix, AZ

Vehicle is to be sold as-is with no warranty.