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Old 06-13-19, 04:03 PM
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FL Long-time lurker. New RX7 owner.

Hey everyone!

After lurker on the forum for over 9 years (crazy right?!), Iíve finally made the leap of faith and bought myself a 93 RX-7.

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Touring Edition (tan interior)
Bought it from original owner
28k original miles
All stock.

First time owning a car with a rotary and based on all the information Iíve been reading and have read over past 9 years definitely loads of fun lol

My plans are to keep her stock and just no crazy mods. I have some ideas at the moment but letís see how it goes lol.

Here she is for everyone to check out and let me know what you think:


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Old 06-14-19, 05:38 AM
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Welcome!! Definitely a beautiful FD!!! Good buy!
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Old 06-14-19, 06:20 AM
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Welcome to forum lovely FD you got there
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Now that’s a beauty! Welcome!
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Wow, super clean. Since it's your first rotary, look into a compression test if you haven't already. And I'd get the dual oil coolers if it doesn't already have them. Even then, rotary engines get really hot, but as long as you address that, they're a blast even relatively stock.
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Wow, what a beauty! How much did you pick it up for if you don't mind me asking?
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Thank you guys for the warm welcome. Appreciate it. Iím planning on doing a full tune-up (oil change, spark plugs, wires, etc.) shortly to make sure everything is in working order since the previous owner never drove it and it typically sat.

Price-wise I paid a pretty penny for it lol (**cough 29 cough**). Worth it IMO as the prices probably wonít be going down unfortunately.
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The prices on FD's have not been deflating that's for sure. All RX-7 prices have been on the rise that's for sure!
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