1988 10th Anniversary Mazda RX7 on the Dyno
Colby's 1988 10th Anniversary RX-7 on the Dyno.
1988 rx7 10th anniversary
rebuilt motor with Exhaust port rotary
aviation apex seals (13bt)
BNR stage 4 hybrid turbo with stock turbo manifold
turbosmart dual stage Boost controller
rtek 2.1 ecu
rat nest and all emissions removed
throttle body mod
front mount Intercooler
tial blow off valve
rc 550cc primaries, 1000cc secondaries
Walbro 255lph fuel pump
racing beat full turbo back Exhaust
act 6 puck clutch
act 17lb flywheel
kei office coilovers
xxr 962 17" rims with hankook ventus v12 evo tires 225/255 front/rear
buddy club racing seats
1988 Mazda RX-7 STK 1394
The 1988 Mazda RX-7 was voted one of the best rag tops available in 1988.
The top had a removable section that would then fit into a predestinated
place in the trunk. This was a first for convertible. Also the rear "wind
screen" was first developed in the Mazda. Two huge improvements for
convertibles at the time. This car comes equipped great red paint and
honeycomb style wheels.
Inside you find a huge array of buttons and switches. However, they are
all so conveniently placed that as soon as you sit down you feel as if you
already know where everything is. The grey buckets seats still have that
supportive racy feel to them and these cars even came with speakers in the
The 7 is powered by a 1.3 liter Rotary engine producing around 160 horsepower. The steering
input is very responsive as well as the throttle control. This car
defiantly has a lot of spirit left in it. Come check it out today.
1988 Mazda Rx7 NonTurbo Streetported redlining
1988 Mazda Rx7 streetported na redlining through the gears, for the record
i could of revved all the way to the end of the tach which is 8000rpm, so
this isnt 100% of what the car could of done ( for those questioning my
car's engine temp, my car is running at operating temp, its normally 1/4
of the way up fully warmed up..the car isn't redlining cold)
Racing Beat streetable header, straight pipe in place of cat, Borla 2.5"
catback Exhaust, K&N cone intake,
ported throttlebody, removed secondary throttlebody plates, lightweight
steel Racing Beat flywheel and Centerforce Dualfriction clutch, removed
5th/6th auxilary ports/sleeves/rods and actuators
IDIOT WITH TOO MUCH HORSEPOWER!!!
sry haters, i can't hear you over the sound of me crashing into family cars
while i'm busy fakeing my speedo :-)
the speedo shows a little bit too much speed because of the shorter
real top speed at 13.500 RPM (removed limiter) is 291 kph.
all speeds are in KPH, NOT MPH!
song: "needless - speed metal 3"
bike: Suzuki GSX-R 1000 K5
tunings: arrow Exhaust, K&N airfilter,
Nitrous LSx Mazda RX-7 vs E85 Big Turbo EVO on slicks!
EVO HAD CLUTCH ISSUES REMATCH COMING SOON!!
OutOfOrder EVO vs DNR Performance LSx RX-7
Shoutout to 3HeadedElephantS for the GoPro Footage! Checkout his channel
and subscribe, also watch his badass edit of this same race here:
Lexis King's 1988 Mazda RX-7 Turbo (365 whp) +AIT G4 Aero, FX GT300 hood & Shine Auto rear diffuser
Drift footage from 2012 ProAM Drift Round #3
Song by BeatFux: A little
This is Lexis King's 1988 turbo RX7.
This car has been through it all. Drag Racing time attack and now drifting.
I was personally drawn to his car because he's done so much with what he
has. King personifies grass roots drifting and sort of carpe diem approach
to motorsport. You'll find prettier chassis's out there drifitng, but this
FC gets the job done just fine. Here's the spec list via his feature in
1988 Mazda RX-7 turbo
365 whp at 7,200 rpm, 288 lb-ft of torque at 2,700 rpm (est.)
Engine Street ported 13BT street; Garrett GT3582R; HKS cast-iron T4
manifold, wastegate, EVC Boost
controller; Tial blow-off valve; Atkins rotary dual belt alternator pulley;
Mazdatrix competition engine mounts; Walbro 285-lph pump; Sard FPR 69011;
RC Engineering 750cc primary and 1,600cc secondary fuel injectors; Racing
Beat downpipe; custom piping with HKS Hiper muffler; NGK plug; ACDelco
Suburban-spec wires (seriously) LS1 coil packs; Exide classic battery;
custom V-mount Intercooler;
Koyo radiator; Flex-a-lite dual fans, dual oil coolers; Haltech E8 tuned by
Drivetrain Mazdatrix transmission mount; Exedy Hyper single clutch and
flywheel; stock T2 differential (shimmed)
Suspension JIC FLT-A2 with TAR internals, front upper camber plates; Battle
Version toe control arms; alignment done by Justin Pawlak
Wheels/Tires 5Zigen ZR+520 in Hyper Black 17x9 +37 (front), 18x9.5 +37
(rear); Falken Azenis RT615K 235/40-17 and Falken FK452 255/40-18, Muteki
SR35 Neo Chrome lug nuts; for Race Enkei RPF1 17x9 (front), 18x10 (rear)
with 25mm spacers (front and rear)
Brakes Stock brakes with Hawk HP+/Blues; Goodridge SS lines
Exterior AIT G4 body kit; Origin silver carbon front lip splitter; APR dry
carbon canards for Evo VIII; Shine Auto Re-A rear diffuser; Foresight
spoiler; D Max +20mm wide fenders; Carbon FX GT300 hood, headlight covers,
and CF roof insert; B Magic +30mm rear over-fenders; LED modified stock
headlights with Xentec 30K green HID
Interior Hot Line Custom rollcage built to Formula Drift spec; Sparco Evo
II driver and passenger seats with Sparco rails; G-Force harnesses; NRG
steering wheel and quick release; MOMO hub, shift knob, and pedals
I.C.E. Kenwood deck; Alpine Type E front speakers; Polk rear speakers; JL
8WS subwoofer and G-Series amplifier
mazda Rx7 gxl
this is my 86 gxl its pretty stock here just lower a little and has a
magnaflow Exhaust very quiet
2JZ TURBO RX7 DYNO
1988 MAZDA RX7 WITH A TOYOTA SUPRA 2JZ SWAP WITH A SINGLE T66 turbo REPLACING THE TWINS. THIS SWAP WAS PERFORMED
BY THE OWNER HIMSELF ON THE SIDE OF HIS GARAGE AND PRODUCES RESPECTABLE
NUMBERS OF 357HP/230TQ.