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Turbo--race-tuned 250whp--performance Inspired Racecar Scca, Autox on 2040-cars

US $3,000.00
Year:1988 Mileage:100000

Poquoson, Virginia, United States

Poquoson, Virginia, United States

For Sale: Tuned black 1988 Mazda Rx7 GXL

Motor: Atkins Rotary rebuilt 6-port 13b with < 800mi, custom port matched 4-port intake manifolds (upper and lower). Full compression. 

All modification have <100mi: Haltech e6k, LT-1 custom-mounted TPS sensor, custom air and fuel sensors, staged fuel injection - 460/850cc injecters, begi fuelpressure regulator, edlebrock 255 fuel pump, t4 turbo, 45mm HKS wastegate, custom downpipe/ SS exhaust manifold, turbosmart BOV, custom V-mount air-air intercooler, custom welded piping, Koyo aluminum radiator, dual alternator pulley, short-throw shifter, clutch<100mi, Full Jap spec Bomex Body kit (1year backorder), re-amemiea side view mirrors, Koni 5 way adjustable shocks, drilled/slotted brake rotors, new brake pads, 4pt. roll cage (not welded in), voltec 18"x8''/18x9", good tires. 

MRD out of Portsmouth tuned this car to 250 whp at 5lbs of boost, capable of 10-14psi. Hits full boost around 2500rpm.

Interior has no carpet and only the driver's seat. Comes with Optima Red top battery that needs to be charged/changed. Aux gauges were stolen while at MRD (FP, coolant temp, oil temp, Boost, EGT). Coolant buzzer constantly runs. 

The car starts up and idles fine. The car drives fine. But because the coolant temperature sensor is not connected and the vmount intercooler hole is not cut out of the hood I cannot recommend driving the car long distance or daily until these issues are addressed. 

Clean title, I've owned this car since 2002, chasis has about 100,000mi. 

I love this car, I wanted a fast daily driver, but its a fast racecar! I dont have time or space to play with it anymore. *Not a daily driver--car is fast and loud, this would make a great wacky-wednesday, drift or SCCA project.*

I will demonstrate that the car starts and runs, car is sold as is and the buyer is responsible for moving it.

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