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1994 Mazda RX-7 R2 (FD3S)

1994 Mazda RX-7 Touring Edition

Condition: Used
Make: Mazda
Model: RX-7
Type: Coupe
Trim: Touring Edition
Year: 1994
Mileage: 80,000
VIN: JM1FD3331R0300326
Color: Blue
Engine: 1.3L Rotary
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Tan
Safety: Anti-Lock Brakes, Driver Airbag, Passenger Airbag
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Austin, Texas, United States
Power Locks, Power Windows
CD Player, Leather Seats, Sunroof

Description for Mazda RX-7 1994

You are bidding on an immaculate, garage-kept (non-smoker) 1994 Mazda RX-7 that I purchased off the showroom floor of my local Mazda dealership. It has never been wrecked and has the original Montego paint and complete factory interior. The windshield and transmission have been replaced and are new from Mazda.
Modifications and tuning performed by Rotary Performance in Garland, TX. The engine was rebuilt in 2003 and has approx. 5k miles of both street and track time. Power to the rear wheels was measured at 416hp and the best quarter-mile time clocked in at 11.2 @ 121mph. Maintenance and repairs have been performed at MZM Performance in Austin, TX. Feel free to contact either shop for feedback on the vehicle or worked performed.
The most recent compression test performed in 2014 produced readings in the mid-upper 6s for both rotors. Therefore, if this car is to be operated under high boost, it is recommended the engine be rebuilt to replace the aging apex seals and springs. That said, the engine does not leak or smoke and is otherwise healthy. Below is a list of all after-market modifications. Included is the factory shop manual, Optima battery charger, and if desired (2) factory wheels with Mickey Thomson ET Street drag radial tires.
Engine Management
  • A'PEXi Power FC
  • A'PEXi Commander
  • FC Datalogit PowerFC tuning system
  • J&S knock sensor & monitor
  • FJO wideband A/F ratio kit
  • Rotary Performance race-ported housings
  • Rotary Performance 3mm apex seals
  • Turbonetics T62-1 single turbo conversion
  • HKS Super Sequential Blow-off Valve
  • GReddy performance pulley kit
  • Kaaz 1.5 way limited slip differential
  • Mazdaspeed 4.30 gear set
  • Rotary Performance chromoly racing axles
  • Mazdaspeed 5-speed transmission
  • Exedy Stage 1 Organic Racing clutch
  • C's short shifter
  • Racing Beat cat-back high flow exhaust
  • Bonez 4" down pipe
  • Bonez 4" mid pipe
  • HKS GT wastegate w/ Purple spring (1.1 ~ 1.4kgf / cm2)
  • HKS Yellow spring (0.8 ~ 1.1kgf / cm2), not installed
  • K&N cold air intake
  • Rev9 aluminum radiator
  • GReddy front-mount intercooler
  • GReddy aluminum intake elbow
Fuel System
  • Bosch 1600cc secondary fuel injectors
  • SX fuel pressure regulator & meter
  • Rotary Performance competition fuel pump
  • Bosch high flow fuel rail conversion
  • Bosch wideband O2 sensor
  • MSD Digital DIS-2 ignition box
  • MSD Blaster 2 ignition coils
  • Jacobs Rotary Pro Pak ignition
  • Jacobs Rotary ignition coil
  • Jacobs Pro street ignition wires
  • Optima Yellow Top battery (relocated behind driver)
  • Jegs master battery disconnect switch
  • Tein Super Street Damper coilover suspension
  • Tein Electronic Damper Force Controller (EDFC)
  • Racing Hart Tracer Type C 3-piece wheels
  • Nitto NT555R Extreme ZR 235/40/18 (50-75%)
  • Nitto NT555R Extreme Drag 285/35/18 (50-75%)
  • Autopower 4-point powder-coated race bar
  • GReddy strut bar (slighty bent)
  • RJS 5-point quick release harness
  • Mazdaspeed shoulder harness pads
  • StopTech stainless steel brake lines
  • StopTech Sport brake pads
  • GReddy exhaust gas temperature gauge
  • GReddy boost pressure gauge
  • Summit Racing pillar-mount fire extinguisher
There are a few things worth mentioning about this vehicle that may be familiar to those with knowledge of the 3rd generation RX-7 as well as the specific upgrades that have been performed:
  • AC does not blow cold and will need to be upgraded from R-12 to R-134a if put back into service. All parts checked out operational but as is the system cannot be recharged
  • Cruise control is inoperable due to single-turbo conversion
  • Odometer display is out but can be easily repaired if you are handy with electronics
  • Fasten Seat Belt warning light continually flashes when seat sensors are connected
  • Ignition switch can take a few attempts to engage the starter due to battery relocation
  • Kaaz rear-end makes a clicking sound when performing slow turns. This is normal and can be verified with the manufacturer or the shops mentioned above.
  • Bose stereo is operational but the front speakers crackle and the CD player skips
  • It can take several minutes to reach proper idle speed when the engine is first started due to the colder spark plugs required for running higher compression
  • Hydraulic lift arms no longer raise or support the rear hatch
  • Driver door compartment cover is loose but otherwise functional
  • Smog pump and catalytic converter have been removed so this vehicle will not pass emission testing required by certain states
  • Front fenders have been rolled to allow for clearance of upgraded front wheels. If the front suspension bottoms out while turning, the wheels may rub
  • Battery should be placed on a trickle charger or disconnected if the car is not driven regularly. Electronic components create a considerable drain on the battery.
  • Legroom may be an issue for tall individuals due in part to the addition of the race bar. Race bar is bolted in, not welded, and can therefore be removed.