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.
Didn't know much about this car until
my friend started talking about the car
and how he was going to get one. The
first time I seen this car I fell in
love. He decided to sell the car
because he wanted a 66 Mustang
Fastback, I jumped at the chance for a
car with a 99 Japanese spec motor with
less than 10,000 miles. I love this
car, I baby this car. It is my baby.
Body Style, Very few of them made, to
know that I have the passing power
whenever it is needed. When a Mustang
GT pulls up beside me and its not even
None. Just finding a mechanic to knows
what he is doing.
I wanted one the first time I was one in
a magazine. Took me 8 more years to be
able to afford/justify one. Found a low
mileage multi-owner Touring model. I
don't actually know of any vehicle I'd
rather own, maybe a Daytona coupe.
Power, exclusivity, styling, handling,
etc. There's nothing better for less
than $100K. I'm glad they only imported
15K, I feel lucky to have one.
Interior plastic problems on 93's. 3K
cutout. Pre-cat elimination.