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13b Turboii In 1st Gen Rx7

Old 08-30-2005, 10:08 PM
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first of all, hello everybody, im mfreaker from the dominican republic, here i include some pictures of my new proyect, a 1979 SA rx7, i also bought a 91 13b turboII engine, with some mods on it, directly from japan, the thing is that im going to do the engine swap by my self, with the help of some friends, we have some knowledge about pistons and turbed engines, specially HONDAs, but this is our first proyect with an RX7 and a rotary engine.

i have to ask you a favor, i need some pics or intructions how to make the swap correctly, i have heard that we need to use a 12A front cover (timing cover in my country), also that we need to change the oil pan, if you can help me with some gidelines on how to do the swap ill be very happy... thanks..

here are some pictures of the car , it needs a paint job but this is not a problem in my country...

1979 rx7


picking up the engine



T04 blower


RE amemiya wires... we were very lucky with this engine, we test it and had 115 compression on all 4 points...



this is my 1994 civic coupe, just for show jejeje... this picture is from last weeks at a carshow in Las Americas International Speedway...

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