RX7 Rotary 9000 rpm, engine blows, fire

I found this on an old hard drive I had from 2003, before the days of youtube. This is not me or my car. Putting it up so everyone can witness the abuse this rotary took before it finally gave up the ghost. If you don't have 10 mins, it pops @ 7:17 and fire chaos begins shortly after.

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