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.
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I install a custom air box that I got from Japan into my 1985 Mazda RX-7. In part 1, I relocate the radiator coolant overflow reservoir in order to make room for the air box.
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:
Just in time for Christmas! You’ve seen rotor-shaped drink coasters before, but never like this! The detail on these is stunning…check them out here. You are so gonna want them!
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!