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1990 RX7 GTUs Roller - $500 OBO takes the whole thing. Easily rolls on a trailer. Eastern North Carolina. Pretty sure an orginal GTUs. Shell for any 2nd Gen rotary team out there looking for parts or a new build. S5 engine is out of the car and I dismantled the core to find the rear rotor/housing bad. Rest of core is in good condition along with some other internals (eccentic shaft/stationary gear, etc) Chassis is solid w/no rust that I can see. All orginal glass on the car in good condition. Suspension is on the car with original wheels. Aluminum hood with a steel spare. Two differentials, transmission, 1x driveshaft. Engine accessories (ECU/Harness/fuel rail/intake/etc.). Rear end is out of the car. Car is gray primer over original red (could be sanded off and would look great). Whole interior is out of the car and has sold. Inquiries come from craigslist for parts fairly frequently and are slowly disappearing.
Hi Everyone- I am helping to reduce a stock pile of Mazda RX-7 first gen parts. I have a large range of parts from engine to electrical. It would probably take a good sized moving truck to move them all. They were off of two cars that were used for road racing by my late father. The motor parts are 13B and the housings that are from the first 13B that was in the 1984 GSL-SE (the six port motor), but a lot of the parts could be used in any 13B motor. We are wanting to sell to someone (or lots of someones) that can make good use of all these parts. If we can not sell them asap they will be going to the recycling shop where they will be lost for good. I am open for questions or you can see some of the parts here: www.warlockmotorsports.com Thanks Mike
We all know how loud the RX7 can be on the track. This despite the fact that we can all clearly see a new muffler on the back of the car. I've often wondered how this is possible considering those cars were not not loud on the street. The Eastern tech inspector Donnie sent me this article and we both agreed it was enlightening. Read up and hopefully it's of some use to all of you. Rotary Engine Exhaust Basics