Reader’s car: Alain’s FC RX7

Posted by Matt Rus - April 20, 2011 - 0
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I’m very pleased to get so many emails from FOM readers who wants to show their rides here on Farmofminds. Just got this very clean and as you will see not ordinary FC RX7 from Alain Otero.

As he explained, he have been building the car 4+ years and he is very true to fact “built not bought”. Mazda had 3 rotary engines already but Alain decided to change the routine despite of friends astonishment and swapped 1JZ-GTE engine instead! His words are: “This car is silly fast @ 16psi.” I bet it is. The car makes high 465hp and 435ft.tq.

Scroll down and check out 13 awesome pics of Alain’s FC RX7 made by Joran Donnelly.

Here are all the details about Toyota 1Jz GTE powered Mazda FC RX7 :

Engine:
1JZ GTE
264 HKS Cams
Greddy Twin 18G Turbo Kit
Tial 44mm Wastegate
Kyosan Denso Supra TT Pump
550cc 2JZ-GTE Injectors
Greddy 4 core intercooler
V-band Compressor Housings
-10an Push Lock Oil Drains
Greddy Type-S BOV Intake Side
Greddy Type-R BOV Charge Side
Kenne Belle Ignition System

Tunning Equipment:
Blitz ECU
Apexi SAFC II
Innovative LC-1 Wideband ( Titan Motorsports )
Autometer Boost Gauge ( Carbon Fiber )
Autometer EGT Gauge ( Carbon Fiber )
Greddy Profec B Spec II Boost Controller

Drivetrain:
OS Giken Twin Plate Clutch
Custom Lightweight Driveshaft
88 Turbo II LSD Rear End

Wheels & Tires:
XXR Light Weight 921’s 24.5lbs per wheel
18×10 all around +25 offset
Rear:265/35/18 Nitto NT05R’s
Front:225/40/18 Kumho Ectsa’s ( Streched to fit 25mm R-Magic widebody fenders )

Brakes:
3rd Gen RX7 Poilshed Calipers w/ Cross Drilled & Slotted Rotors

Suspension:
Cusco Type Zero 2E’s Coilovers. 16 Way Dampening Adjustment

Body & Paint:
GP Sports Kit
Rear Roof Spoiler
Wangan Rear Wing
RE Amemiya GT300 Carbon Bonnet
JDM ( OEM ) Window Visors
RE Amemiya mirrors
R-Magic 25mm widebody front fenders
Rear Fenders Extreme Roll
House of Kolor paint. Icy red Pearl.

 

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