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Need help ID'ing parts

Old 08-13-2011, 03:26 PM
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I'm no rotary builder, that much is apparent. I bought my FC years ago (03 or 04) and sold it in 05 i think. Twas a GTUs with an S5 TII swap. I needed a lot of work and I was in college so it went bye bye.



Well when I bought the car the owner gave me some irons, a front cover, and an intake manifold. I was hoping I could get some help on pinning down exactly what they come from. So far I'm pretty sure I have a front, middle, and rear iron ... front cover, and either an upper or lower intake manifold. It all appears to be from a six port and I hope it's all matching. I plan on selling all of this but need to make a good positive ID before I do so. The irons seem in pretty good shape ... I couldn't feel any imperfections in the surface with my fingernail although you can make out the rotor's travel path and such. They are quite dirty so I hope that doesn't detract from getting them sold in the future.



This is not a for sale thread ... no offers should be made until they are listed for sale. I will link the FS thread once I make it.



So far I assume it's all from a 6 port, NA motor. Weather it's an s4 or s5 I don't know how to tell. Also, considering the guy who sold me the car and gave me this equipment owned multiple FCs the cover or intake manifold could be from a different series or even a turbo for that matter.



Below are pics that I will try and keep separate. All are clickable thumbs.



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Believe it or not I can't find the edit button



PLEASE HOLD OFF ON REPLYING IF YOU KNOW YOUR RX7 PARTS ... I thought I had disposed of the vast majority when I got rid of a couple housings that were trash but I actually only got rid of said housing!



I found 6 or so boxes in the attic while thinking about these parts. The matching UIM (damn sure the one i posted is lower now), injectors, fuel rail, AC compressor, 5 tires, and much more. I will be photographing it all and posting it. I will do my best to get smaller pieces in one photo and label everything that I can to the best of my knowledge.



Remember once everything is posted your help in identifying what series and model rx7 these are from will help your fellow community members once I put it all up for sale ... and try and give them the best deal possible. THANKS



EDIT - The edit button appeared for this post but not the previous ones. Guess there is a time limit to edit.
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So instead of taking a million pictures and having to comply with the 12 picture per post limit ... I TOOK A VIDEO. The quality is lower and I hate the sound of my own voice but it seems like that will work better for the myriad of parts that I have.



Please remember that everything you see in the video is a different set of stuff and the items in the pictures above are not intermixed ... so I have two front covers ... So there is a good possibility that some of the parts are from x while a bunch are from car y ... hence I couldn't just ID one part as S5 NA (like the OMP) and call the rest the same ... because it might now be.



Well anyway here is the video ... any input on helping me figure out what the majority of the pieces are would be greatly appreciated. I'm looking forward to making a good deal for those who might want some of this stuff.



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y7TUHn2M7QM
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those intake manifolds are the s5 NA upper and intermediate manifolds (didnt see the LIM). for those front covers if the mounting area for the oil metering pump has 3 bolt holes the they are s5 (i can see one is), as opposed to s4 which has only 2. my guess is that all of those parts were from the removed NA drivetrain (along with spares he my have collected for it) when the s5 turbo drivetrain was swapped in.
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Originally Posted by RX-7racer View Post
those intake manifolds are the s5 NA upper and intermediate manifolds. my guess is that all of those parts were from the removed NA drivetrain when the s5 turbo drivetrain was swapped in. for those front covers f the mounting area for the oil metering pump has 3 bolt holes the they are s5 (i can see one is), as opposed to s4 which has only 2


Get a chance to watch the video?



I guess a good question to ask at this point ... is anyone able to pick out anything that ISN'T S5 NA parts? If you watch the video and don't see anything that looks non-S5 NA ... PLEASE POST.
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