1994 RX7 w/ 2JZ-GTE Swap / 413whp 391ft/tq / Precision PT6266 / Kaaz LSD
Price: US $32,000.00 Item location: Milpitas, California, United States
- Condition: Used
- Make: Mazda
- Model: RX-7
- Type: Coupe
- Trim: Base
- Year: 1994
- Mileage: 108,876
- VIN: jm1fd3335r0302953
- Color: Ebony Chestnut Metallic
- Engine size: 2JZ-GTE Non-VVTI
- Number of cylinders: 6
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: Manual
- Drive type: RWD
- Interior color: Black
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1994 Mazda RX-7 BaseHi,with a potential work relocation to the east coast and a little one on the way, I am selling my 2JZ swapped RX-7.
This car was originally built and tuned by Luis Enrique (https://www.instagram.com/luibuilt82) and Felix Medina (https://www.instagram.com/felixtuned); two well-known builders and tuners in the Tri-State area.
I purchased and shipped this car to California in September 2016 and have had no time to enjoy it; Iâ€™ve put on 1,300 miles in 1.5+ years. When I was searching for an RX-7, I was looking for the beauty of an FD without the headaches of the rotary but also did not want a run of the mil LS. When I found this, I jumped on it right away. The first thing I did after delivery of the car was take it to Lawrence Shipman for a tune up and re-calibration for California life/gas. If you know 2JZâ€™s you should know about Shipman; heâ€™s the 2JZ god in the eyes of many. On a SuperFlow dyno it made 413whp and 391ft/tq on 91 pump and a conservative 14.5psi. SuperFlow readings are comparable to Mustang dynoâ€™s (http://mkiv.supras.org.nz/dyno.htm). I also sent the car over to Da-Les Autobody for paint. Even though the Dodge Hellcat Purple was nice, it wasnâ€™t my cup of tea. I had them respray the car Ebony Chestnut Metallic and install new parts (headlights, bumper, diffuser). A lot of time, effort, and money has gone into the life of this car.
In the relative short time Iâ€™ve owned it, it has been a blast and I wish I had more time to actually drive it. This car is not for the faint of heart. It makes all the awesome 2JZ noises, the catless turbo back exhaust is smelly, the Kaaz LSD and Spec clutch is loud, etc. However you forget all that when boost kicks in :-)
1994 Mazda RX-7Clean Title108k miles on chassis / 35k-40k miles on engine
Engine:* Toyota 2JZ-GTE non-VVTI* Tech 2 subframe kit* Precision Turbo PT6266 (powdercoated by QuickStrip)* CXRacing turbo manifold* Treadstone intercooler* Powdercoated hard intercooler piping* Griffin radiator with electric fan* Veilside style intake manifold* Veilside style 100mm throttle body* Injector Dynamics ID1000 fuel injectors* Bosch 044 fuel pump* Aeromotive fuel filter* Hi-flow fuel rail* Marshall fuel pressure regulator* Tial BOV* Tial wastegate* Custom exhaust, downpipe, screamer pipe* HKS Hi-Power muffler* Heat wrapped downpipe* Blackworks Racing catch can* New oil pressure sensor* Velocity stack (used just for show, normally a cone filter)* Heat wrapped vacuum lines* Turbo blanket* Bosch Wideband O2 sensor* AEM Boost control solenoid* New boost pressure sensor* New NGK spark plugs* IAC valve delete* Aluminum drive pulleys* Gates racing timing belt
Transmission / Drivetrain:* R154 transmission with some Marlin Crawler parts* Spec Stage 2 clutch (less than 1k miles on it, had HTL Motorsports change out the stage 5 disc for a more streetable stage 2 organic disc)* Short shifter* Tech 2 transmission brace* Tech 2 driveshaft* Kaaz 1.5 way LSD differential (itâ€™s loud and clunky as with most locking diffâ€™s)
Electronics:* AEM Series 2 EMS* Wiring Specialties WRS-PRO2JZ-RX7 wiring harness* Dakota Digital SGI-5C Speedometer signal interface* All gauges work except for OEM oil pressure which is replaced with an AEM* AEM air/fuel guage* AEM boost guage* AEM oil pressure guage
Suspension / Brakes / Wheels:* D2 coilovers* Drilled and slotted brake rotors and pads* Wilwood brake proportioning valve* Goodridge brake lines* Aodhan AH06 wheels 18x9 +30 / 18x10 +25* Dunlop SP Sport 245/35/18 front tires 5/32 tread, Nitto NT05 265/35/18 rear tires 5/32 tread* Muteki SR48 lug nuts
Body:* Paint â€“ Sherwin Williams Ebony Chestnut Metallic, Code#54175 (I would give the overall job a 7/10, Iâ€™m not happy with it. I had a disappointing experience with Da-Les Autobody in Sunnyvale, CA. Iâ€™m happy to share with you rather than ranting here. Itâ€™s a beautiful color, the metallic really pops in the sun however there are some flaws, orange peel, runs, dust nibs, etc.)* Underbody coated* OEM front bumper with OEM 99-spec JDM lip* Custom hood (this hood is very subtle when it comes to the â€œbumpâ€ that most 2JZ swapped FDâ€™s have; for motor clearance, most have a huge cowl that looks out of place)* Feed style side steps* Shine RE-Street style carbon fiber rear diffuser* Evo-R headlights with dual 5000k HID (I had the bodyshop install the lights so both high and low beams are on simultaneously, the low beams alone were too dim)* Updated taillights* Smoked turn signals, side markers, reflectors* Hood dampers* Aerocatch hood latches* Wipers removed* Antenna delete
Interior:* Interior is overall clean, seats are clean with no holes or tears, does have some plastic cracks and is missing the map lid.* Momo steering wheel* Pioneer AVH-P4000DVD head unit* Battery box relocated to trunk* New universal floor mats
Misc:* Gas tank sump to prevent fuel starvation* Summit Racing AN fittings and lines* Mishimoto, Vibrant, Turbonetics couplers and clamps
The Bad:* Driver side passenger window switch rolls down but not up.* Turn signals flashes fast/slow, whatever it feels like. Happened after switching to LED bulbs.* Front side marker parking lights not hooked up.* Some interior cracks in plastics and missing map lid.* Sound system is not the greatest.* No cruise control. You shouldnâ€™t be using this anyways.* No A/C. Not needed here in California* Missing an owner that will actually enjoy it!
Lots more pictures and videos (select 1080p for best quality) here:https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1iu1wLwAxbSRo0vBlfqSGlyE4VCTCE1AZ?usp=sharing
YouTube(select 1080p for best quality):https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=82hSwWt6wCwhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f5IGoKU6HtIhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jJOW-MlPq-Ihttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IVOqonpVyVw
I'm located in Milpitas, CA. I am glad to answer any questions. Please note that I have a very busy schedule and travel a lot for work so serious buyers only, I will not waste your time, please don't waste mine.