Hot Wheels: 400+ HP Modified ‘FD’ Mazda RX7 – One Take

Hot Wheels: 400+ HP Modified ‘FD’ Mazda RX7 – One Take

Awesome Hot Wheels Review: 400+ HP Modified ‘FD’ Mazda RX7 – One Take

The last-generation Mazda RX7 is arguably one of the prettiest designs to come out of Japan in the 1990’s. It’s small, light, and has great balance, and its turbocharged rotary engine is one of the most unique, interesting, and possibly misunderstood powerplants out there. This one has been modified with track-ready suspension, good brakes and tires, and most importantly, an engine tuned to over 400 HP.

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38 Replies to “Hot Wheels: 400+ HP Modified ‘FD’ Mazda RX7 – One Take”

  1. Not just the 90s, one of the best looking Japanese cars ever. I’m not a jdm guy by any means really but I LOVE the looks of this thing. This, R34 and NSX all look amazing

  2. I guess the years of a lightweight, RWD, sporty affordable and durable and simple sports car is over. Unless you want to spend "new 2018 Mustang 5.0" money for a modified BRZ, without any of the Mustang 5.0 power or potential.

  3. the RX-7 really is a beautiful car one of my favorite cars ever, also with the R34 and Supra MkIV of course, I always liked them but then I got into super cars when I started playing games like project cars, the P1 was dream car and is still my fave super car, I then started playing Assetto Corsa and I was still really into the P1 but after time I got the Japanese car pack for drifting, still the p1 was my fave until recently I drove the R34 and I fell in love, the way it handled and sounded was jus amazing, I was really starting to appreciate JDM & the RX-7 omg. The R34 & RX-7 are now my absolute favorite cars ever. I adore JDM

  4. Love the car. But I must say those are some beautiful roads. Don't really have anything like it here. But at least I am having my FD delivered very soon 🙂 I can't wait.

  5. The most impressive thing about this car is that he got a modified rotary registered in California and past the emissions testing.

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