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Old October 21st 2004, 02:00
Eric Happy Meal Eric Happy Meal is offline
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not sure how much of an intrest this is

but im making quite a bit of progress on my current project. putting a 91 rx-7 turboII engine into a 75 mazda REPU. heres what ive gotten so far / getting.

hks bov, hks turbo timer, fd alternator, s5 t2 injectors, starter, vacuum rack, fan, s5 fuel rail, and quite a few hoses that i needed. all for $110.

radiator for 66 shipped
motor mounts for 36 shipped
front engine cover for 40 shipped

S5 TII AFM
S5 TII pressure sensor
S5 TII boost control solenoid
^110^

both ignition coils, ecu, and fuel cut defender for about 200
guy in oregon is checking on a crossmember and oil pan for me

and after all of that i need a wiring harness, then nickle and dime things till it runs. and once that is done comes the gl project

much better looking than in this pic, havent gotten around to taking a pic of it yet though.
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Old October 21st 2004, 14:32
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that'll definatly be a sleeper.
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Old October 21st 2004, 19:28
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should be putting down 200+ whp.
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Old October 22nd 2004, 14:37
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We dont care about rotaries in here! HAHA!
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Old October 22nd 2004, 21:55
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I'm sure you've seen them, but Mazda actually made a pretty hot rotary pickup in the 70's. There was one on eBay a little while back that had the turbo engine in in. Very quick little truck. Should be a killer when you get it finished.

Course, nothing beats a Chevy Luv with a 427 stuffed in it
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Old October 23rd 2004, 18:49
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I'm sure you've seen them, but Mazda actually made a pretty hot rotary pickup in the 70's. There was one on eBay a little while back that had the turbo engine in in. Very quick little truck. Should be a killer when you get it finished.

Course, nothing beats a Chevy Luv with a 427 stuffed in it
thats what i have. i cant wait till i get it running.
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