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Mazda 323 13B turbo rotary BZJNKI

Andrew's Promaz Automotive 13B bridgeport, Garrett GTX42R turbo @ 14psi, series-5 turbo gearbox, full Exhaust, MicroTech EFI, 98-octane unleaded, Ford 9in rear end. The car unfortunately tore the rear trailing arm mounts out of the chassis rails and bent a coil-over shock causing the tyres to rub on the gaurds when the diff moved. http://www.promaz.com.au http://www.facebook.com/fullBoostcomau http://www.youtube.com/user/fullBoostcomau http://www.fullBoost.com.au


 


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1992 Mazda 323 RACE CAR: 9.300 @ 149.420
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1993 Mazda 323 : 9.690 @ 145.000
krusty, Engine: kia .1.8, Turbos: yes Tires: 24.5 x 9 .13


1993 Mazda 323 FWD STREET: 10.240 @ 147.200
RAMON MAYORAL, Engine: fs 2.0l, Supercharger: -------- Turbos: YES Tires: MH


1995 Mazda 323 : 10.950 @ 123.430
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1990 Mazda 323 egi: 11.200 @ 128.750
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1988 Mazda 323 Gtae: 11.353 @ 120.220
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1992 Mazda 323 GTR: 11.452 @ 120.550
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1988 Mazda 323 Hatch Back: 11.540 @ 125.600
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1992 Mazda 323 GTX: 11.933 @ 113.710
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1993 Mazda 323 GT-R 4x4: 12.000 @ 111.000
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1987 Mazda 323 BF station wagon FWD: 12.204 @ 127.190
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1992 Mazda 323 GT-R: 12.860 @ 119.000
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1994 Mazda 323 ASTINA POP UP: 12.898 @ 117.130
KOMSUN SANGCHAN, Engine: BP-26, Turbos: IHI VJ23 (GTR) Tires: M/H


1987 Mazda 323 gtx: 12.902 @ 103.690
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1988 Mazda 323 GTX: 12.905 @ 106.157
Michael Richards, Engine: 1.8l BPC8, Turbos: VF10/Greddy Trust TD06 20G/VJ23 hybrid Tires: Goodyear (stock Lancer tires)


1990 Mazda 323 gti/gtr: 13.100 @ 107.000
Kyle Anderson, Engine: bp Turbo, Turbos: VJ23


1989 Mazda 323 GTX: 13.230 @ 112.000
Jason Jan, Turbos: Mazdaspeed Tires: Nitto


1990 Mazda 323 : 13.300 @ 109.000
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1993 Mazda 323 GT: 13.330 @ 114.600
ReqTeq, Engine: BPD ( 1800 GT-R ), Turbos: IHI VJ23 Tires: Michelin


1993 Mazda 323 GT-R: 13.336 @ 102.500
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