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Old 04-14-07, 03:41 PM   #1
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Specifications: What did the 2nd Generation RX-7 come w/. Options & standard features

Specifications: What did the 2nd Generation RX-7 come w/. Options & standard features

This thread has the information on what models were available with what options. You should always check this thread before posting and asking what model you have.

As a reminder many 2nd Generation RX-7 models have over 15 years of ownership on them. In some cases previous owners may have changed or modified the car, adding or removing options and features. These pages are strictly to be used as a guideline of what originally came with the car when sold in the USA. Other markets models will be added as the information becomes available.


1986
1987
1987.5 (January 1987 and later)
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992 (Convertible only)

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1986
US models Production dates: 08/1985 through 06/1986
Vin Numbers: 100001- 200000

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Factory Wheels in 1986:

Luxury and Option on the Base:
14"x5.5" 40ET offset
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Sport and GXL:
15"x6" 40ET offset
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NOTES: Sport/GXL and Turbo style wheels are directional. They are stamped L or R between a set of spokes to denote Left or Right side of the vehicle. 14" Phone Dial wheels use four identical wheels.

Both styles of wheels are available with several finishing options:
-Cast/Pewter - The surface is rough like sand. No discernible pattern.
-Machine/Polished - The surface is shiny with a concentric circular pattern from the machine that formed the wheel.
-Painted - Same as either of the above, but with a coating of paint/clearcoat
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1987
US Model Production Dates: 06/1986 through 01/1987
Vin Numbers: 500001- 555151

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Factory Wheels in 1987:

Luxury and Optional on the Base:
14x5.5 40ET offset
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Sport and GXL:
15x6 40ET offset
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Turbo
16x7 40ET offset
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NOTES: Sport/GXL and Turbo style wheels are directional. They are stamped L or R between a set of spokes to denote Left or Right side of the vehicle. 14" Phone Dial wheels use four identical wheels.

All above styles of wheels are available with several finishing options:
-Cast/Pewter - The surface is rough like sand. No discernible pattern.
-Machine/Polished - The surface is shiny with a concentric circular pattern from the machine that formed the wheel.
-Painted - Same as either of the above, but with a coating of paint/clearcoat
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1987.5
US Model Production Dates: 01/1987- 07/1987
Vin Numbers: 555152- 600000

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Factory Wheels in 1987.5:
Luxury and Optional on the Base:
14x5.5 40ET offset
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Sport and GXL:
15x6 40ET offset
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Turbo
16x7 40ET offset
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NOTE: Sport/GXL and Turbo style wheels are directional. They are stamped L or R between a set of spokes to denote Left or Right side of the vehicle. 14" Phone Dial wheels use four identical wheels

All above styles of wheels are available with several finishing options:
-Cast/Pewter - The surface is rough like sand. No discernible pattern.
-Machine/Polished - The surface is shiny with a concentric circular pattern from the machine that formed the wheel.
-Painted - Same as either of the above, but with a coating of paint/clearcoat
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1988
US model Production Dates: 07/1987 through 12/1988
Vin numbers: 600001-700000

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Finish Line Accessories

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10th Anniversary Edition

In 1988 Mazda also celebrated the first 10 years production of the RX-7 with a special, limited edition turbo model. The celebratory tenth anniversary model RX-7 came standard with many of the options found available on the other models including air conditioning, power steering, power windows, power door locks, electric side mirrors, electric sliding sunroof, cruise control, premium 120 watt stereo system, security system, black leather seats, as well as including 10th Anniversary specific only special Momo shifter and custom leather shift boot, special emblems, bronze tinted windows, special keys and leather wrapped steering wheel.

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Factory Wheels in 1988:

SE
14x5.5 40ET offset
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(Often called "Phone Dial" styled)

GTU and GXL
15x6 40ET offset
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(Often called "Bologna Slicer" styled)

Turbo
16x7 40ET offset
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Note: The 1988 Turbo used a polished version of the 10 spoke wheel initially, then switched to a polished 7 spoke version like the 10th Anniversary edition wheel.

Turbo 10th Anniversary Edition
16x7 40ET offset
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Convertible
15x6.5 40ET offset
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(Called BBS Style. These are manufactured by BBS in Germany)

NOTE: Sport/GXL and Turbo style wheels are directional. They are stamped L or R between a set of spokes to denote Left or Right side of the vehicle. 14" Phone Dials and BBS Convertible wheels use four identical wheels.

All above (Except convertible and 10th Anniversary) styles of wheels are available with several finishing options:
-Cast/Pewter - The surface is rough like sand. No discernible pattern.
-Machine/Polished - The surface is shiny with a concentric circular pattern from the machine that formed the wheel.
-Painted - Same as either of the above, but with a coating of paint/clearcoat.
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1989
US model Production Dates: 12/1988 through 12/1989
VIN numbers: 700001-800000

Models other than the GTUs:
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GTUs:

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Factory Wheels in 1989:

GTU and GXL
15"x6" 40ET offset
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Convertible
15"x6.5" 40ET offset
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GTUs and Turbo
16"x7" 40ET offset
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NOTE: All four wheels are identical in each style.
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1990
US Model Production Dates: 01/1989 through 11/1990
VIN numbers: 800001 - 900000

All models except GTUs
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GTUs:

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Factory Wheels in 1990:

GTU and GXL
15"x6" 40ET offset
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Convertible
15"x6.5" 40ET offset
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GTUs and Turbo
16"x7" 40ET offset
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Infini III (Japan Only)
16"x7" 40ET offset
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NOTE: All four wheels are identical in each style.
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1991

Production Dates: 08/1990 through 07/1991

VIN numbers: 900001 - 950000

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Infini IV

It should be noted that also in 1991 Mazda created the limited edition Japanese market only Infini IV (pronounced on'-fin-ee). Although Mazda had produced earlier versions of the Infini (the Infini I through III models), but the IV was the first to bump up power and the suspension.

Stripped of all Savanna and RX-7 identification, this was the last limited edition ultra high performance version of the 2nd-generation RX-7. A factory hot rod, the Infini IV was lightened (to 2770 lb.), by stripping out the extras such as a sun roof, and using lighter parts including lightweight, perforated suede like material racing style seats, a smaller brake master cylinder, reducing the noise dampening material and using the 1986-1987 Sport/GS model's light weight carpet.

With a revised suspension (shocks 25% stiffer, springs 10% stiffer and lowered 1") Special Pirelli designed P-Zero tires, ultra lightweight 16 inch BBS wheels and a bright red front strut brace, the handling improved to a skidpad of .91 Gs. The Infini IV (as with most 91 models) also came with the tighter steering rack from the 89-90 North American GTUs model and its engine speed sensing power steering. Molded knee Pads at the driver's door side and center console were added to help brace the driver's legs while cornering, while a "dead pedal" bar ran the length of the passengers floor. As common on Japanese domestic cars; an emergency flare and holder were also mounted just under the glove box.

Similar again to the US spec 1989 and 1990 GTUs the Infini IV came with the 4.3 rear end final gear (but also used a new Torsen Limited Slip Differential), and the options kept minimal with air conditioning, Infini embroidered floor mats, and a AM/FM radio the few options available (however it did come standard with a rear window wiper and power windows). Power was bumped to 215 HP (JIS), largely by changing the exhaust to a free flowing design and revised ECU. The Infini IV, also came with the Bronze tinted glass found in the US spec 10th Anniversary edition, and was available in one of two custom black/green metallic paint colors. Of the 600 made, the first 300 cars built on limited production runs between June - Dec 1990 were painted Mazda paint code GU (Shade Green) while the last 300 cars built starting Jan 1991 through February 1991 were paint code VQ. Of these last 300, 20 of them where sent to MazdaSpeed for the MazdaSpeed Package which only did minor cosmetic changes like MazdaSpeed embroidered seats, MazdaSpeed steering wheel and shift ****.

0-60 performance was reported at 6.5 seconds and the quarter mile time dropped to 14.9 seconds, with Infini specific brake pads helping make an impressively matching braking force of 60-0 in 141 ft (8 feet less than the standard RX-7 Turbo) despite the ABS being deleted off of the car at time of production.

The Infini IV was not imported to North America other than a single press version that was returned back to Japan after the press tour.

Factory Wheels in 1991:

NA Coupe
15"x6" 40ET offset
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Convertible
15"x6.5" 40ET offset
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Turbo
16"x7" 40ET offset
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Infini III (Japan Only)
16"x7" 40ET offset
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NOTE: All four wheels are identical in each style.
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1992 FC3C

Production Dates: 08/1992 through 12/1992

VIN: 950001- 999999

In the spring of 1992, the coupe RX-7 replacement, the third generation RX-7 (FD3S) was released, however Mazda continued production of the FC3C Convertible until 12/92 as a 92 model year. The 92 Convertible was identical to the 91 versions except that a tan interior seating and door surface color option was added to the line up.

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