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First Gen Performance vendors/links

ok since i have seen a few of these sticky posts in other sections with links and vendors for fd's and fc's i want to get one started for us first gen drivers.
please have the url then a breif description of whats there.

example.
www.racingbeat.com performance parts and engines.
www.egauges.com gauges and pillar mounts

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www.classicgarage.com - some suspension and a cool front air dam, pretty inexpensive.
www.thepartsbin.com - various stuff, pretty inexpensive.
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www.mazdatrix.com rx7 stuff
www.thepartstrader.com GREAT place to get a deal from time to time
www.nopi.com all makes and models
www.marhiamotorsports.com rx7 stuff
and dont forget www.ebay.com i search "rx7 rx 7 rx-7 wankle and rotary(get phones mainly)

opps forgot www.summitracing.com

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Links and descriptions.

I'm compiling a text file of these from my favorites folder for future reference. Check it.

Vendors:

www.Mazdatrix.com - Supplies anything and everything that you could want for your rotary powered veichle. One stop shop for all stock and performance parts, manuals, info, etc. If they don't have it, you probably didn't need it anyway.

www.racingbeat.com - Racing Beat is the defacto standard in exhaust components for the rotary, and especially the 1st gen RX-7. Supplies many parts to Mazdatrix.

www.rx7.com - Rotary Performance: Performance parts mainly. Based in Texas, they also do repair work and engine rebuilds. Very friendly on the phone.

www.mariahmotorsports.com - Very cool body kits and other accessories for RX-7's.

www.ebrunicorp.com - Body components such as air dams, spoilers, and skirts. Also resells through Mazdatrix.

www.atkinsrotary.com - Engine rebuilders. They supply rebuild kits and such. Also supplies supercharger kits.

http://www.yawpower.com/ - Paul Yaw's site. Very informative. This guy spends a lot of time researching carburetors, ignition systems, intakes/exhausts, and rotary engines. Sells a modified Nikki carb that is streetable. (Drivability, not emissions wise.)

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www.mazspeed.com - Another board like this one. First Gen only. You'll probably get faster response here, but there is a huge library of info there, as well as a lot of nice guys.

http://members.ij.net/mrmazda/cfaqmenu.html#FCF - Felix Miata's site. Mucho info.

http://www.solarwinds.com/jdbooker/rx-7faq/ - First gen RX-7 Faq. More info.

http://members.home.com/sofronov/Cars/Mazda/Rotary.html - How does the rotary engine work? How is it different than a piston engine? Porting explained. All this and more here.

www.rotaryengienillustrated.com - Explore the inner workings of a rotary engine with cool animations and from multiple viewpoints.

www.howstuffworks.com - Recently added a section on the rotary engine, but also has many explanations on the workings of transmissions, turbo chargers, and many other car related systems.

http://www.mazdaformance.com./rx7parts.htm - Various diagrams; Having trouble figuring out how something goes together or don't really wanna take it apart to find out. This may help you out. Part numbers included.

Deep specific info:

http://www.monmouth.com/~rothe/overrev.html - Adjusting and modifying the tachometer and over rev buzzer. Scribbled by hand.

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http://www.rx7.org/public/1st-gen.html -RX-7 Yearly Model Differences

http://rotary.cep.net/ - everything rotory

http://pittdp.homestead.com/ - cold air system
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Quite a generous site:

www.3rotor.com
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www.gurumotorsports.com Gen 1- 3 Rx7 Motorsport and performance products e.g. dogboxes, chrome moly flywheels, 2 piece eccentric shafts, TORSEN diffs etc I use the stuff and really love it!
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Check out http://www.4autobodyparts.com/mazda_parts.html
They have aftermarket body parts for all Gen's of RX-7s.
I believe they are fiberglass, but I will know for sure when I call.
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www.mazdatrix.com- For RX-7 enthusiasts
www.rleague.com -For rugby league fans
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Revolution Rotary at http://www.revolutionrotary.com

Sells the underdriven polished aluminum pulley sets... for 1st gens...
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If you have a 1st gen, you need this catalog. It is not online, you have to sign up. Great list of hard to find stuff:

http://www.victoriabritish.com/rx_cat_page.htm
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www.pineappleracing.com Rotary engine performance shop.

www.corksport .com more rotary engine performance

both shops are located in portland oregon,a nd about 5 mins away from eachother.
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new link to a recycling yard in cali. They do mostly mail order and only deal in

http://www.mazdarecycling.com/invent..._1979-1985.asp

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For used 1st and 2nd Gen Parts - Atlanta RX7, Inc.
http://www.atlantarx7.com/

For parts to rebuild your Oil Metering Pump http://www.loweperformance.com/ It's best just to call Mike Lowe at (941)-924-8597, and his email addy is [email protected]

To find junk yard Rex's near you
http://www.valuparts.com/

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http://kickyride.com sells Mind-Train high-flow RX-7 exhaust systems
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Actually, check out www.junkyarddog.com

I have found it to be very useful.

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Thanks Inittab, you beat me too it. But since im here...

AutostyleAutomotives

Parts for all Mazda rotary cars. Based in AUS.
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PST Polygraphite Bushings Front-end Polygraphite bushing kit.
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Found another one

http://www.rotorworx.com.au
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www.mariahmotorsports.com makes a nice kit for 1st gens, now does anyone know how to make a 12a fast??
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www.wheelcomponents.com - Sells screw in wheels studs to replace lug bolts.
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The link to Roberts website has changed from above.
It is http://rotaryshack.com

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