In part 2, I design and fabricate the secondary air box, which will allow air to be brought in from under the car. I use Adobe Illustrator to create the box pieces and then use a laser cutter to cut the shapes. Finally, I assemble the box and test fit it in the car.
After re-locating the battery and installing the custom dash, I start up my RX-7. This involved a lot of work (covered in the Battery Cutoff install video previously posted). It was great to finally get it running again. Check out the video here:
In this video, I show you how I relocated the battery and installed a battery cutoff switch in my ’85 Mazda RX-7. This car has a custom dash, which both complicated and simplified the installation process. Check the video out here:
Last year, at Sevenstock 19, I had the honor of being invited to run my car with the Mazda 4-rotor race cars, which included the “Renown”-livery 787B, the updated 787B, the 792P, and the 4-rotor FC GTO car. What a thrill that was. This is the video I took from that unforgettable event.
Just in time for the holidays, Mach Cherub is now producing these awesome rotary fidget spinners. We have 2 versions: the standard rotary spinner, suitable for small and large hands the giant spinner, an impressively massive rotor spinner utilizing 12 bearings Check them out in our shop!
Brazil 66 started off as a $1600 purchase to take away some of the pain of a catastrophic failure. Read about how we got this diamond in the rough on the track with the Mazda factory 4-rotor race cars in this series of posts in the Brazil 66 category. Watch this spot for the…