20B 3 Rotor Turbo FD RX7 with an amazing 761hp at 24 PSI of BOOST!!

FD RX7 owned by paul, customer of mazfix racing stole the show with outright winner at mazfix Dyno day 2010, paul's stunning looking street rx7 come out with figures of 761.1hp @24psi of Boost which as you can tell watching the video sounds tuff. As time has come along paul is now running on pump fuel not C-16 and has a figure of 707hp. Thanks guys for watching and like always stay posted we always have more coming.

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