Mazda RX-7

Our page dedicated to the Mazda RX-7 FC and FD

Here you can find information about this vehicle, as well as our best selection of products for it, if you can't find what you are looking for, don't hesitate to use the search bar or the categories via the menu at the top left.

Succeeding the 1st generation SA/FB, the RX-7 FC began its career in 1986 in Europe. It was marketed as a coupe and then as a convertible. In terms of engines, the FC was available with a 1.3L Wankel Mazda 2-rotor engine with fuel injection in a 150 hp naturally aspirated version or a 181 hp and 200 hp turbocharged version. This generation introduced innovations patented by Mazda, such as the DTSS (Dynamic Tracking Suspension System) passive-steering rear suspension. Japan got several special editions such as the famous Infini or Winning Limited FCs.

In 1991, the RX-7 FD took over. The rotary engine was modified to adopt a sequential twin-turbo configuration for a total power of 239 hp. The 0 to 100 km/h was announced at 5.3 s and the top speed given for 250 km/h. This last generation was marketed in Europe until 1996 but continued in Japan until 2003 with plenty of limited edition models: Type RZ, Bathurst, Spirit R...

Mazda RX-7

Our page dedicated to the Mazda RX-7 FC and FD

Here you can find information about this vehicle, as well as our best selection of products for it, if you can't find what you are looking for, don't hesitate to use the search bar or the categories via the menu at the top left.

Succeeding the 1st generation SA/FB, the RX-7 FC began its career in 1986 in Europe. It was marketed as a coupe and then as a convertible. In terms of engines, the FC was available with a 1.3L Wankel Mazda 2-rotor engine with fuel injection in a 150 hp naturally aspirated version or a 181 hp and 200 hp turbocharged version. This generation introduced innovations patented by Mazda, such as the DTSS (Dynamic Tracking Suspension System) passive-steering rear suspension. Japan got several special editions such as the famous Infini or Winning Limited FCs.

In 1991, the RX-7 FD took over. The rotary engine was modified to adopt a sequential twin-turbo configuration for a total power of 239 hp. The 0 to 100 km/h was announced at 5.3 s and the top speed given for 250 km/h. This last generation was marketed in Europe until 1996 but continued in Japan until 2003 with plenty of limited edition models: Type RZ, Bathurst, Spirit R...

Coilovers

Coilovers

Sharpen the handling of your Mazda RX-7 with coilover kits from leading brands that will allow you to fine-tune your suspension:

Wheels

Wheels

We have selected for you the best alloy wheels suitable for the Mazda RX-7 FC or FD to give your Japanese coupe a sportier look:

Engine

Engine

Would you like to upgrade the performance of the 2-rotor engine on your Mazda RX-7? Check out below our exhaust systems, aluminum radiators, air intake kits or injectors for FC or FD:

Turbo Timer HKS (Type X)

from €99.99
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Mishimoto Silicone Radiator Hose Kit for Mazda RX-7 FD (13B)

€124.99
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Walbro Motorsport 255 L/h Fuel Pump Kit - Mazda RX-7 FC & FD

€89.99
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Mishimoto Racing Thermostat

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Interior

Interior

To improve your driving position and enhance the sporty atmosphere aboard your Mazda RX-7, we have a selection of bucket seats, steering wheels, boss kits and other interior products:

Chassis

Chassis

Sharpen the chassis of your Mazda RX-7 for greater responsiveness and precision by choosing polyurethane bushes, steering lock kits or other parts adapted to your sports coupe:

Lubricants

Lubricants

Improve the reliability of your Mazda RX-7 with these brand name lubricants and products designed for its rotary engine, gearbox or differential:

GReddy OX-05 Oil Filter | M20x1.5 (Mitsubishi Evo, etc)

€14.99
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Motul 4000 Motion 10W30 Mineral Oil

€14.39
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Motul Gear MB 80W Gear Oil (1L)

€9.99
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Motul Gearbox Oil 80W90 (1L)

€15.99
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Braking

Braking

In order to get a powerful braking with no fading, we have selected for you the best braided hoses, rotors and pads compatible with your Mazda RX-7 FC or FD:

Transmission

Transmission

Uprated clutch, lightweight flywheel, limited-slip differential... Find the best transmission parts at the best price to take care of your Mazda RX-7:

Bodywork

Bodywork

Give the body of your Mazda RX-7 a facelift by choosing a vented hood, wide fenders or a rear spoiler, as well as cleaning products to protect it and make it shine for a long time:

Competition Parts

Competition Parts

Competition awaits you with this selection of FIA-approved parts, from a multi-point roll cage to a manual or automatic fire extinguisher and a cut off switch:

Top Seller

FIA Approved 6-Pin Electrical Cut Off Switch and Cable Kits

from €44.99
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DriftShop 6-Point Harness - Black - FIA 2021

€99.99
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2 kg Powder Fire Extinguisher (FIA)

€34.99
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Red "FD" LED Brake Light Strip

€19.99
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Extra information

Below is a chart which indicates all the engine types for the Mazda RX-7s sold between 1985 and 2003:

ModelYearsEngine codePowerTorque

RX-7 FC
(Japan)

1985-1988

13B-T

185 hp at 6,500 rpm

245 N⋅m at 3,500 rpm

1989-1991

205 hp at 6,500 rpm

270 N⋅m at 3,500 rpm

1990-1991

215 hp at 6,500 rpm

275 N⋅m at 3,500 rpm

RX-7 FC
(USA)

1986-1988

13B

148 hp at 6,500 rpm

187 N⋅m at 3,500 rpm

1989-1992

162 hp at 7,000 rpm

190 N⋅m at 4,000 rpm

1986-1988

13B-T

185 hp at 6,500 rpm

248 N⋅m at 3,500 rpm

1989-1992

203 hp at 6,500 rpm

266 N⋅m at 3,500 rpm

RX-7 FC
(Europe)

1986-1992

13B

150 hp at 6,500 rpm

182 N⋅m at 3,000 rpm

1987-1988

13B-T

181 hp at 6,500 rpm

247 N⋅m at 3,500 rpm

1989-1992

200 hp at 6,500 rpm

265 N⋅m at 3,500 rpm

RX-7 FD
(Japan)

1991-1995

13B-REW

255 hp at 6,500 rpm

294 N⋅m at 5,000 rpm

1996-2003

265 hp at 6,500 rpm

1999-2003

280 hp at 6,500 rpm

314 N⋅m at 5,000 rpm

RX-7 FC
(USA)

1993-1996

13B-REW

258 hp at 6,500 rpm

294 N⋅m at 5,000 rpm

RX-7 FD
(
Europe)

1992-1996

13B-REW

239 hp at 6,500 rpm

294 N⋅m at 5,000 rpm

Note that in Japan, the FC3S was marketed as the Mazda Savanna RX-7, while the FD3S carried the brand's badge Ẽfini until 1997 and the disappearance of this luxurious division of the manufacturer. In the following years, the RX-7 was sold again under the main Mazda brand until the end of the model's production.