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Old 09-26-2010, 05:34 PM   #1
 
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Here is what started off as a 1986 GXL. It's been a journey to say the least. I'm the 2nd owner & it now has 71k on the chassis.

Engine:

Large street ported series V 13BT
9.4:1 compression 13B rotors
3mm apex seals
competition oil seals & springs
series VI corner seals & springs
oversized engine dowels
mazda factory race water pump
racing beat modified front and rear stationary gears
racing beat high volume oil pump
racing beat high pressure rear regulator with shimmed front
racing beat 3 window race bearing
modified eccentric shaft ( ball & spring removed, replaced with jets )
hayden electric fans
racing beat torque brace bar

Drivetrain:

series V turbo II manual trans, rear and axles
4.31 rear gears
C's short shifter
Exedy 6 puck with chro moly flywheel
Hayden tranny cooler
Redline lubricants

Suspension:

tokico illuminia adjustables with eibach coil overs
suspension techniques sway bars front and rear
autobacs front strut bar
energy suspension bushings
racing beat front end lowering kit
racing beat rear adjustable camber link

Intake/ Exhaust:

camden superchargers 7" kit ( roots blower, intake manifold with pop of valve, & 4 different boost pulleys)
custom main pulley (larger to overdrive the blower)
mr. enforcer of AUS water to air charge cooler system (custom built for me)
custom 4 barrel 1200cfm throttle body
mr. gasket air canister & filter
racing beat road race header
mind train presilencer
dp free flow mufflers
dei header wrap

Fuel/ Ignition:

haltech F9 fuel comp.
two msd 6AL's
msd multi function ign controller
ngk plugs
jacobs plug wires
four accell 83 lb injectors
two gsl-se injectors
walboro 255 intank pump
msd in line pump (extra fuel)
aeromotive A1000 regulator
aeromotive 100 micron filter
-8AN feed line & -6AN return
modified stock fuel rails
zex perimeter plate nitous sys (set at 150)
home made grounding sys

Exterior:

mariah motorsports mode 6 widebody kit
gtu rear wing
turbo II aluminum hood
series V tail lights has been modded
cobalt blue paint
simmons of AUS wheels "ALTAS" 17" x 10.5" and 17" x 12"
kumho ecsta v700's 275/40r17 & 335/35r17
10% window tint
locking hood pins

Interior:

momo race stering wheel
razo resin ball shift knob
razo sport pedals
mazdaspeed harness pads
autometer gauges ( boost/vac, oil press, fuel press, voltometer, water temp, oil temp, and EGT)
innovative XD-16 wideband
home made gauge panels
white face gauge cluster

Audio:

sony xm 2200GTX amp
sony CDX-f7000 head unit
sony xplod 10" sub
jbl GTQ200 amp
ar research rca's and speaker wire
sony xplod 6 1/2's
morroso battery relocation
optima red top
rockford inline fuse
rockfork fuse block

Still would like to add a few things when I get my money right again. A rear hatch wing, aero mirrors, big brake conversion, 6 point cage, fixed buckets & some harnesses


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Old 09-26-2010, 06:29 PM   #2
 
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Aren't your fingers numb for typing all them goodies wisely chosen? IMO, I would just state "I put in $**tload into the FC" to make it simpler and less strain to your fingers! Great choices, btw!

I want to try Jacob plug wires next!

-8AN feed & -4AN return! Sure sound like you don't anticipate fuel deprivation to your injectors. My setup is -6AN feed -4AN return, good 'nough for my app.

Interior upgrades I have chosen; Personal steering wheel and Nardi mahogany for a special occasion, I have chosen VDO mech gauges.

So, did you swap diff mount? That's the only ones I didn't swap... one day.... one day heh

Awesome choice of arsenal, if I may say so, BoostedFC!


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Old 09-27-2010, 03:57 AM   #3
 
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I want to do all poly mounts eventually. I almost got a Nardi wheel. I'm really thinking about painting the car black, re-doing the wheels in gold & have the lips black chromed. I actually want a more classy look. I need to find a set of buckets in bad shape, so I can have them reupholstered in black leather with gold stitching along with the shift boot & e-brake.
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Old 09-27-2010, 05:26 AM   #4
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Sounds like a crazy rx7 Is it fast? It takes a little more tunning with fuel injection am sure. Top speed redline?
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Old 09-27-2010, 08:14 AM   #5
 
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I'm trying the best to have a stock look, exception to an air intake slot I fashioned at upper bumper. Black is nice but 5 min of gratification after detailing is always disappointing...


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Old 09-27-2010, 08:29 PM   #6
 
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Etimated power somewhere around 340 before the 150 shot of nitrous. Top speed well not sure how accurate the speedo is, but 150 mph was where I let out. Never have had the car above 8200 rpm. This car is not for speed, but more just so I can say I did it kind of thing. It holds it's own when need be. This car has power steering, AC, full interior & a bunch of stereo stuff. I actually most the car was done back in 1999, it was considered pretty quick then LOL. I need to get my turbo car done when I get another job. I'm shooting for lower 600 hp in a stripped & gutted 88. Trying to stay competitive with a couple of my friends & thier 650+ awd's
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Old 03-10-2011, 11:11 PM   #7
 
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Have been screwing around in the garage over the past week or so. I have been taking down some measurements so make a small lip for the front, a set of side steps & do a rear diffuser set up for the Mariah. I'm also waiting on a friend to bring me two different brake set ups to see if I can maybe adapt them to my FC. One set is Baer & the other is Wilwood, I'm thinking my real problems will be finding the right rotors. We will see soon I guess.


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Old 03-11-2011, 09:31 PM   #8
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Good luck with the brakes, I'll be watching to see what you do there. So far, my best course of action is a set of Powerslots out front with stock fronts on the rear, no clue which calipers yet though.

Quick q about the hood, did you do that out of preference or was there no other option? I'm thinking if I run into clearance issues with my setup(which I'm almost positive I will) that I'll try moving the scoop from one side of the hood to the other.
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Old 03-12-2011, 01:00 AM   #9
 
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Were you planing on supercharging or turbo charging? I had no issues with clearance under the hood with the supercharger kit until I decided to alter things & add components of my own. This hood will be swapped back to my turbo car & the hole will be patched. I plan on making a cowl type hood similar to the newer GT500


As far as the brakes go the stock 4 pistons up front are nice, I'm just fiddling around. I plan on using the factory front 4 pistons on the rear with larger rotors like Higgi from another forum & one of the two caliper set ups from above. I may just do the Evo brake swap, not exactly sure at this point.

I have a few plans other then the exterior & brakes I also need to attend to (interior)


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Old 03-12-2011, 02:39 AM   #10
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I'm blown with a Camden and a Holley 650 up top. I saw your fi setup and I'm curious about it because it sounds like you're making more power than I'm hoping for, by quite a margin.. That hood will look pretty awesome with the Mode 6, can't wait to see it!
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