I'm so excited to be installing an A-Spec GT35R turbo kit. While I'm getting ready for DGRR (deals gap rotary rally) I'm doing a single turbo conversion from my stock twins.
ASpec GT 35R ball bearing turbo. T4 Exhaust housing.
SARD fuel pressure regulator
550 pri and 1680cc secondary injectors
6AN fuel lines
Polished and blocked off LIM lower intake manifold.
Why I picked the GT35R for my RX-7 over the stock twin turb
I cover the basics of turbochargers in
simple terms to explain why I chose the GT35R over T04Z or T78 or T88 etc.
It's all about air flow. Sure there are technologies that make the turbo more efficient in more applications but
the turbo is most efficient in an area
known as the compressor map.
Exhaust back pressure plays a huge
part when dealing with quick spool small turbos.
Large turbos deal with spool up and lag
I chose the GT35r for near stock spool up with more efficient 400 hp
SILVR 93 RX7 single Turbo
93 RX7 Single turbo, Works vs-xx wheels,
streetport motor, borg warner s475 turbo, 4" full Exhaust, jic coilovers, defi guages
*The bumper is a burnout.
*rear fenders are pertit flares
*rear spoiler is a shine auto.
*tires 285/30/18f , 335/30/18r
*rims are 18x10 f, 18x12 r
*car make 550hp/500ft-lbs@23psi
My GT35R RX-7 sounds sexy ran hard
I finally took my 1993 Mazda RX-7 out. Over winter I gutted the entire
engine bay etc. I installed a GT35R single turbo. The car is insane. Listen as I Boost to 10.5PSI.
It does NOT have a Blow Off Valve installed :-p
Intro to Blow Off Valves - using the RX-7
Learn about the basics of Blow Off Valves while i use the Mazda RX-7 as
example. I cover: its location, how it works, and other questions commonly
Please visit www.turborx7.com for BOV
sounds and videos.
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