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  1. IceMan1990
    08-29-18 01:29 PM - permalink
    Hey Speedunkie!!

    I have some friends at the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs and I'm thinking about making the 7 hour trip in my CYM. You still in the area? Is there any parts stores in town or in Denver that you'd recommend? I need to get rid of this Frisbee in between my legs and try out some bucket seats, but we don't have anything close to that down here in NM. What about tuners in the area? Thanks a ton man!!
  2. Barry Daniel
    08-20-17 04:28 AM - permalink
    I am the original owner of my 1981 RX-7 GS. Has just over 75,000km (about 45,000 miles) with collector plates. All original, including Mazda cassette deck.
    Curious if anyone knows how to repair the hatch release rocker switch. A Mazda dealer
    broke mine and denied responsibility. That switch is all wobbly which seems strange. Likely have to remove part of dash to access switch. Hoping to replace inside part of switch and
    keep the original 'face' with the logo.
    Also, seems impossible to find good 13 inch tires. Old BF Goodrich Comp TA's were
  3. Chris Fierro
    05-25-14 12:55 AM - permalink
    sounds good i live in denver now
  4. speedjunkie
    06-23-13 03:52 PM - permalink
    Sorry man, we did meet up. I'll pm you my #
  5. Chris Fierro
    06-20-13 07:08 PM - permalink
    sup speed junkie is there a meet on friday
  6. rotary.works
    12-18-11 12:11 AM - permalink
    Werd. Spirited drives are always good. Unfortunately most if the sweet passes around here are soon to be closed for the winter. If I end up making down to the springs I will let you know. Hit me up when ever you do a rotary meet/drive or what ever.
  7. KenSpeC
    11-27-11 09:47 PM - permalink
    i got space nao lol
  8. speedjunkie
    10-16-11 01:20 AM - permalink
    First thing I can say is stay away from the dealer, most of the time they don't know anything and will end up doing more damage than fixing. See if there are any owners in your area that can help you with the car, hopefully people that are already knowledgeable. You'll get much better help from other enthusiasts than the stealership. Also start doing a lot of research on here and other rotary forums, there is a wealth of information out there. Do you have any kind of maintenance background, do you like working on cars? PM me if you want.
  9. tazdevel
    10-15-11 11:19 PM - permalink
    hey S.j. i just got a rx7 from a one owner!! dont know anything about the rotery motor but do know that the prev. owner took it religiously to the deador to be serviced or repaired. im thinking of restoreing it ( easily) and doing a little to the motor allso. wntit to ,look and be bad! any suggestions if i can figure out my way arround the site ill post picts.
  10. speedjunkie
    09-27-11 08:30 PM - permalink
    Well get UN-lazy Dee! lol You got that fine-ass car and you're not showing it off? lol

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