In the 3rd and last part of this series, I run the ducting for the air box, test fit it into the car, get it painted, and then install it in the car with a filter.
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.
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:
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:
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…