Carbon Fiber Matte Finish 1992-1997 Mazda RX7 FD3S OEM Style Front Fender Scoop For RX7 FD3S
- Payment TermsWestern Union,T/T,MoneyGram,paypal
- Supply Ability50 Piece/Pieces per Month
- Condition100% New
- Warranty3 Months
- Place of OriginZhejiang China
- Product NumberYCMD151LMCF
- SizeStandard Size
- Car FitmentMazda
- OE NO.Unknown
- Service24 Hour Customer Service
- MaterialCarbon Fiber Matte Finish
- Brand NameYachant
- Advantage10 Years Experience
- ModelRX7 FD3S
- Packaging DetailFoam and bubble wrapping, cupboard box carton
Mazda RX-7 is also a god in Japanese cars, and its rotor engine has been used in three generations of cars with mixed reputation. Here we are introducing the third-generation RX-7, chassis code FD. In October 1991, the third generation RX-7 was launched. After years of research and development, the third largest RX-7 became the most popular sports car in Mazda's performance and appearance. The third-generation RX-7 pays more attention to aerodynamic performance on the exterior, with an increase in body size and smoother lines. The reduction in body height has reduced the drag coefficient. Four wheels are extended outwards and equipped with large-sized wheels and tires, improving grip and providing better handling and stability for the RX-7.
The 1.3-liter rotor engine uses a central layout, which helps to lower the body's center of gravity and achieve a perfect 50:50 front to rear wheel load ratio for the third-generation RX-7. The suspension system has been upgraded again, and both the front and rear suspensions are made of all aluminum double wishbone suspension systems. This configuration ensures that the four wheels can better adhere to the ground. In terms of power, the third-generation RX-7 uses the code 13B series model, consisting of two 654cc rotors, and the turbocharger uses a dual turbo design. Under the influence of dual turbochargers, the maximum power of the third-generation RX-7 reached 255 horsepower, which could be said to be very high at the time.
In 1996, Mazda modified the third generation RX-7 (chassis code FD3S). The modified RX-7 has improved the intake and cooling systems, with a maximum power increase of 265 horsepower. At the end of 1998, Mazda released RX-7 Type R and Type RS. These two cars use turbochargers with higher turbocharged values and strengthen the cooling system, resulting in a maximum power of 280 horsepower for these two models. In 2002, Mazda launched the last model of RX-7, RX-7 Spirit R Type-A. This model still has a maximum power of 280 horsepower and uses 17 inch wheels and four piston brake calipers. The two Recaro racing seats in the car provide excellent support. The RX-7 officially ceased production in 2002. In Japan, Mazda ɛ̃ Sold under the brand name of Fini ɛ̃ The fini RX-7 model includes Type S basic, Type R lightweight sports, Type RZ, Type RB, A-spec, and Touring X equipped with a four speed automatic transmission.