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What should I upgrade on RX-8?

What should I upgrade on RX-8?

Mazda RX-8 Performance Mods & Upgrades

  1. Cold air intake.
  2. Flash tune / custom tune.
  3. Headers.
  4. Midpipe.
  5. Catback exhaust system.
  6. Lightweight flywheel.
  7. Pulleys.
  8. Intake & exhaust porting.

Can u Turbo a RX8?

Turbocharging the RX-8 will help to raise the power to around 400 bhp. The 4 port engines are ideal for turbocharging than the 6 port engines. Before going ahead with the turbocharging, make sure that you have a complete kit, as well as a place with all the facilities for such a massive undertaking.

Can you tune a RX8?

Tuning the ECU of your Mazda Rx-8 High Power Version is possible with VR Tuned. Our ECU Upgrade transforms your car to a new level offering a more enhanced driving experience. With our upgrade you gain quicker throttle response, increased torque, and more horsepower with top end pull to redline.

Why is the Mazda RX8 so cheap?

They are cheap in part because of the durability issues, but mostly because Mazda sold about 25,000 of them and there aren’t enough poor people who can live with 20mpg.

Is a Mazda RX8 a good first car?

The Mazda RX8 is a fantastic car! An absolute pleasure to drive. The RX8 is extremely adept at “making progress” and refined enough to make sedate cruising very comfortable. The high revving (9,500rpm rev limiter) of the Wankel rotary engine makes the car slightly different to drive than most piston powered vehicles.

How to tune a Mazda RX8?

A computer running Microsoft Windows 7,8,8.1,10 or 11

  • VersaLink,OBDLink SX/EX or any other J2534 PassThru compatible cable for wired flashing and data logging
  • OBDLink LX/MX/MX+bluetooth OBD-II adapter for wireless flashing and data logging
  • Any generic ELM327 bluetooth OBD-II adapter for wireless data logging only
  • At least 400 MB of free disk space
  • How to rebuild 13B rotary Mazda RX8 engine?

    – ALL NEW seals – ALL NEW springs – ALL NEW gaskets – ALL NEW o rings – Clearance Bearings – Using your Housings and Rotors (only used if within measuring range)