480 HP
480 LB-FT
Curb Weight
2600 LB
Engine Size
5.7 L
Transmission Type
Standing Quarter Mile
11.80 Seconds
Zero to Sixty
3.6 Seconds
MPG (City/Highway)
Who Cares MPG

I built my LS1 powered RX7 to astound and embarrass Viper, Z06 and GT3 owners on mountain roads and the track. I swapped in and LS1 engine, T56 trans, Ford 8.8 rear.

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[]Cal Morrison

I just purchase a converted 1987 rx7 LS1 with a Granny’s Speed Shop conversion. It has the Grannys optional cooling package; Ron Davis radiator, mounting hardware and a puller electric fan. The temperature creeps up in city traffic. There is no fan shroud because of clearance issues with the water pump pulley. In fact, the fan is not centered in order to clear that pulley.
I saw a photo of your set up. Any issues with temperature with your set up. If not, can you explain to me what you did there. I see that you have plenty of clearance. I saw the video of the drive in the countryside. You have a great car. Call me if you want to.
Cal Morrison

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