The Twin-Turbo 3rd generation RX-7 is
still the most fun car I've ever owned
or know of on the USA market. Also
bought a 2002 Corvette and kept it 6
months before selling - it's no RX-7.
My RX-7 has some modifications
resulting in a 2,650 lb car with 335
hp or 7.9 lb/hp. (AutoThority
performance ECU; custom low-
restriction airbox flowing all cold
air; stainless steel downpipe; CatBack
stainless steel exhaust; and a custom
twin-nozzle water spray for the
It's a refined bullet. The 1993 RX-7
even after 11 years looks terrific and
I've studied all sports cars over the
years and none is better in my opinion
than the RX-7.
Awesome acceleration, cornering, and
braking. Sophisticated styling, high
quality materials, and rarity.
Update engine, turbos, and chassis for
11 years of technology advancements.
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