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  1. #81
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    Usually need a little more to lock/delete a thread....

    Even if vehicle has been sold/trashed/stolen etc., thread may not be locked, and usually isn't deleted.
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    Why would you want to delete it? I <3 this car

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    Oh, well my bad guys, wasnt 100% sure of the rules regarding deleting threads and what not. Thought I could just ask.
    I Just don't want to update this thread anymore. Im Going to have to take a break from the game to save up some money to do anything to this car, my spending habits are killing me right now. I Was just going to make another build thread when Im back in action

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    Just keep it rolling later.
    Draders 10 car thread is awesome, he just keeps going even with different cars.

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    Don't be discouraged. Take the break you need and come back to DK when you're ready. The car lust won't go away, thus DK will remain, for when your lust takes over your bank account again.
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    You guys are right. Moneys slowly accumulating. Finally ready to order some things I've wanted to for years haha.
    Also, just out of curiosity who thinks a gts rear end could handle an n/a bridge ported 13b?

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    Quote Originally Posted by StreetShark View Post
    You guys are right. Moneys slowly accumulating. Finally ready to order some things I've wanted to for years haha.
    Also, just out of curiosity who thinks a gts rear end could handle an n/a bridge ported 13b?
    The diff could, the axles wont. Get the fancy wier(?) axles and be happy with stock rear end.

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    BP 13b will make 200-250hp at the e-shaft. And half that in Tq.

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    Hmmmm :/
    Maybe supra rear end.
    I have a total rotary boner right now so I'm kicking some ideas around...
    Next tax return will be put towards a motor, just don't know what yet!

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    The rotang is a good thing. Though I do suggest getting an early 12a (79-81) and bridge porting that. They have massive 3mm seals and never ever die. A 12a with a BP and some fancy carbs is good for 200-250hp @8500rpm. N/A.

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    Also, the stock Nikki carb on 12a's is a very very good carb. I've seen people make around 200hp with a modded nikki.

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    Oooooh 12a would be awesome I do concur Colb.
    What trans/rear end is in the yellow wagon?

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    If you are cheap and can do all the fab yeah put a stock one in. If you have 5g to spend idk if you will be able to afford a rebuild and to pay found mounts/driveshaft...

    Plus it won't be that fast in the end, better off with a stock 13bt, or SR, or turbo 4a.
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    Wagon has a stock rear end with a custom driveshaft and stock Rx7 trans. With a BP 12a, You would want a turbo2 trans and probably a supra rear end.

    Stock 12a with exhaust and carb work in the wagon is equally as fast/faster and probably just as powerful/much lighter than the twin cam S13's i've drifted with.

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    90ftlbs peak at 6k or 140ftlbs from 25-5500.

    Where do you get this info Colby?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Warren View Post
    90ftlbs peak at 6k or 140ftlbs from 25-5500.

    Where do you get this info Colby?
    RX7 Club. Aaroncake's write up's are gold when looking for rotary info.

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    RX7 guys in the states/Australia make big numbers(170hp) from stock 12a's. Good exhaust and knowledge of the stock carbs can produce good numbers.

    Stock 12a is 100hp @6000rpm. I'd say with the exhaust and carb work on the wagon, it probably makes about 120?hp.
    Last edited by Colbskee; 08-08-2013 at 02:31 PM.

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    Dyno link are dead, but yeah. stock port 12a's are capable of 150-170hp. :P
    http://www.rx7club.com/1st-generatio...s-94829/page3/
    Last edited by Colbskee; 08-08-2013 at 02:36 PM.

    Quote Originally Posted by pitobread View Post
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    Stop clogging this guys' thread up man, 8 posts on one page is not cool.

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    12a suck don't become a rotard, listen to your brother at napa he's got some common sense.

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