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1994 Mazda RX-7 and 2002 Toyota MR-S - Readers’ Rides

I still love the rotary, but the V-8 swap is where my heart is at the moment.

Nov 16, 2011

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Eddie Vergara’s ’94 Mazda RX-7

Go-Fast Bits Chevrolet LS6 Corvette motor; Clevite 77 bearings; upgraded cam 224/224 563/563 114 LSA; Hinson Supercars custom subframe; stock PCM mapped with HP Tuners; custom SS braided fuel lines; 4-inch custom cold-air intake with 6-inch K&N cone filter; Jags That Run (JTR) cooling system (Corvette Radiator, Volvo X90 fan, custom fan shroud); FEED brake reservoir cap; T56 6-speed Transmission; Enkei RP01 wheels.
Why You Chose This Platform After selling my R1 in 2005, I finally got back into a sports car, but this time decided to go with something a little more unique. I still love the rotary, but the V-8 swap is where my heart is at the moment. I still spend more time in the rotary communities because they’re my friends from the past 10 years, and if given the opportunity I would return to my roots in rotary. For now, the dark side is strong with me, and the power and reliability of the V-8 is undeniable!
Numbers 412 whp and 405 wtq.
Props/Thanks To my wife Gretchen, my son Aiden, all my friends and family; RX7Club.com, RotaryCarClub.com and NoRotors.com for all the support.

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Serina Jones’ ’02 Toyota MR-S

Go-Fast Bits Borla exhaust; AEM cold-air intake; carbon-fiber cooling panel; NGK grounding wire kit; Cusco anti-flex plate, rear under braces, strut bars (f/r); Tanabe GF210 springs; Isotta steering wheel; NRG quick release, short hub, racing pedals; Bride Vios Low Max seats, custom door upholstery; Corbeau seat mounts, rails, sliders; JDM hard top; TRD Stage 1 Kit; El Creation front bumper; Chargespeed hood air ducts; APR carbon-fiber mirrors; König Retrack wheels

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