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FC Rx7 build - Back to Brisvegas

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This is my 86 n/a shitter which I'm fixing up.

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What your plans for it man? once i finish my pulsar street car i was thinking about building an fc as a drift car...

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Building this one just as a cruiser for my son and I, unsure at this stage what I'm doing engine wise.

 

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More updates tomorrow

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This looks like it will be a good build, also lucky son!

 

 

Also wth did you draw a spider in your car :lol:

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This looks like it will be a good build, also lucky son!

 

 

Also wth did you draw a spider in your car laugh.png

 

Haha, yeah my dodgy 6 legged spider. You still cruising in that widebody Mandi?

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Getting rid of those pesky 6 legged spiders

 

I've hit my post limit, so more updates tomorrow.

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Haha yea still have the widebody, have a 180 I'm drifting too :)

 

And yep try the mortein bug bombs, they work awesome :yes:

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i;m a rotary nutter! i love them!!! haven't got one my self but all my mates have!

one thing with the engine,

keep the original filter in it, just get a hi flow element for it.... they don't like pod filters they strangle rotary's.. u will get more power out of the standard set up with a cold air intake attached :)

 

/waits for haters comment......

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i;m a rotary nutter! i love them!!! haven't got one my self but all my mates have!

one thing with the engine,

keep the original filter in it, just get a hi flow element for it.... they don't like pod filters they strangle rotary's.. u will get more power out of the standard set up with a cold air intake attached :)

 

/waits for haters comment......

hate to be the first hater... but are you going turbo? cause pods work exellent with turbo... no need for ne thing fancy... my mate 467hp rx3 had a pod straight on the front of his turbo housing... worked great...

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i;m a rotary nutter! i love them!!! haven't got one my self but all my mates have!

one thing with the engine,

keep the original filter in it, just get a hi flow element for it.... they don't like pod filters they strangle rotary's.. u will get more power out of the standard set up with a cold air intake attached :)

 

/waits for haters comment......

hate to be the first hater... but are you going turbo? cause pods work exellent with turbo... no need for ne thing fancy... my mate 467hp rx3 had a pod straight on the front of his turbo housing... worked great...

Ive seen on a N/A 13b how crap a pod filter makes it run..... not to sure about Turbo but ive been told this by a bloke who rebuilds rx7s basically 24/7 :lol:

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Not until he runs out of money :lol: mazda stuff isn't cheap :|

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You from ausrotary.com mate? i think i have seen this build before?

 

Yep you got me, I've been doing this build since august this year.

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man that engine needs a good degrease :lol:

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what colour u going? or should i say already gone... lol

Like a maroon colour, pics up shortly

 

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oh its had one, and a gurney... didnt make much difference.

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Good build mate. How old is your little one?

My 8 year old loves working on my car with me.

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Young fella is 3, he's got the hang of a fair few tools already :D teach em young!

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where did u get the carpet from man? is it a universal type that you cut to fit?

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Pre molded and cut from knoxauto carpets, just had to cut a couple holes. I've used them on a couple other builds, their carpet is always a good fit.

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yeah i love it! looks heaps better then the old crusty original stuff :)

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