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94’ Mazda RX-7 Twin Turbo Restoration

Updated: May 17, 2020

Here‘s a good example of a R1 FD3S out of commission for years then brought to Touge Techniques for a mechanical resurrection.

Engine bay upon arrival. Disassembled & rough.

Went to work right away refreshing fuel filter, fuel lines, hoses, vacuum Lines, and converting the turbo system to non-sequential Twin Turbo.

Engine reassembled and looking sporty.

Running again for the first time in years makes this customer happy!

Retuned on an Apexi Power FC for optimal street performance

293whp / 239 ft. lb. Torque on stock non-sequential turbos,with only 9 psi boost!

Exterior cleaned up, & work Complete!

Mission Complete!

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May 16, 2020

Thanks, and I love the Evo’s also. Fast out the box and mega power possible from a 4 banger turbo. Doesn’t get more JDM than that. Yes, the newer cars are too focused on a global approach instead of letting Japanese sports cars touch their roots.


Cody Burleson
Cody Burleson
May 16, 2020

What a restoration? That’s partly why I’m selling my FK8 Type R. I’ve loved evos for so many years and there’s just something about them that touches my heart. Maybe I’m getting older, idk. But newer jdm cars aren’t doing it for me. Guess I’m stuck in the 90s/00s lol

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