an rx-7 with a chevy block

E_SolSi

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I feel confident that its a mid 14sec car in the 1/4 mile.


thats really sad ... dumbass could have hit mid 14s with the engine that was in there for less money than putting that heavy ass V8 in there cost....
 

gohondago

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ACtually the 350 doenst add much weight and can make the rx7 go through the 1/4 a lot fatser thatn the rotory
 

E_SolSi

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im gunna have to disagree on the weight thing ... i work with them all the time ... my friend has about 15 of them ... its a 1.3l engine its light as fuck ... you cant tell me a 5.0l doesnt weigh much more than a 1.3l
 

phunky.buddha

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1. Automatics are better for drag when built properly
2. Someone out there built a bolt-in Chevy V8 block engine cradle for the RX-7
3. It's not that expensive
4. I want one

:D
 

HondasHateMe

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A guy I know did the 350 in a late 80s something RX7...he says it hauls major ass. This guy also has a riding lawnmower powered a 750cc honda motorcycle engine ;) Funny thing is, he's supposed to be helping me with my swap! :blink:
 

dohcvtec_accord

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[sarcasm]I'd take the underengineered, prone-to-cracking-a-cylinder-head Chevy big block any day.[/sarcasm]
 

Prowler

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Um, yeah, that's why I have an automatic. It's, uh, gonna be on the drag strip. Yeah.....
 

96prelude

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if one wants a v8 get a camaro or somthing domestic, don't screw with a good car like that. that is one less rx7 in the world.
 
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