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The car is street driving and weekend warrior! Main fuel is Ethanol E85...
Car was remote tune by David Heerdegen from Dtechmotorsport.
Spec on the car:
Mazda RX7 1985 GSL-SE
RX7 Turbo II S5 engine semi-peripheral
Turbo II S5 transmission
RX7 FD upper intake manifold
2 1000cc primaries injectors ( high impedance)
4 2000cc secondary injectors (high impedance)
2 Walbro 416 fuel pump for E85
Fuel line dash 8 feed and dash 6 return
Aromotive fuel press regulator
Borg Warner SXE 369 Turbo with .91 back housing
3.5 inch down pipe and full exhaust system
Turbo Smart 4 port boost valve
Ford Taurus E Fan with 130 alternator
NGK WIDEBAND WITH NTK SENSOR
AEM Wideband pre-turbo sensors
BOSH KNOCK SENSOR
Vi-Pec ECU V88
Oil press sensor
EGT sensor in both banks
Fuel press sensor
AEM smart ignition coils
Full Function Engineering trigger wheel with digital hall sensor
Big front mount inter cooler ..
Race pack dash with Vi-Pec can cable
Pictures from my tune from David Heerdegen from Dtechmotorsport.
You ca see we have 3 WB sensor .. 2 in the exhaust manifold and one on the downs pipe..
car made 523 whp at only 21 psi.. stock diff wont let us go higher..
Here are a couple of videos of the car on the dyno Dave doing his magic....
Hard work pays off …. Thanks to Eric Gerardo Monzon Rotarywerks great engine built and my tuner David Heerdegen from Dtechmotorsport.
We have a very reliable (7 seconds 1/8 mile 10’s seconds 1/4 mile mile car) with stock OEM GSL-SE diff and stock OEM 14's inch rims with 205/50/14 drag radial….
The car is only running 18 psi of boost do to the stock diff..
Mission accomplished for stage 1..... More to come..... Having a 30 year old street car that gives you this type off excitement and at the same time is a beauty and fun to drive on the street is priceless.....
Almost forgot to mention this engine has more than 30 dyno passes at 500whp+ and hundreds of street pulls with the tune on the Vipec V88 and has never miss a beat... This engine is good as the tuner mapping them and the Link/Vipec ECU does a great job controlling a rotary...
Don't give to the myth about Link/Vipec no good for rotary cars..... The Link/Vipec will work great on a rotary engine specially with a hall sensor install for timing control like a FFE kit... E85 is also a blessing for or cars....
That is some build, thanks for sharing
In with the new,. Out with the old... Vipec I88 installed and running..