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Old 08-31-2015, 11:48 PM   #127
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I've driven the FRS many times (both boosted and NA) and can say that it is a great car. Wanted to buy one (that's why I'm on here) but never did come around to it. I also own an FD and the rotary was great. I had no issues with it. I wanted to ditch the sequential TT setup because I didn't like the transition from the primary to secondary turbo. It was either go single turbo or LS Swap. A good single turbo setup would cost a little less than the LS swap so I decided to go with the LS Swap. Car is a blast to drive. I still browse the classified here to see if any good deals pop up on an FRS/BRZ, maybe one day I'll end up getting one and swapping that too lol!

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Old 09-01-2015, 12:47 PM   #128
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Tried fitting in an FD again... no such luck. I'd have to bolt the seat directly to the floor. Curse my parents for making me eat my vegetables!! I'm only 6' 2", too
I feel you. My parent's never made me eat vegetables and i'm the same height. Now (as a 34yr old) I tease them about it. "You're LUCKY i didn't eat those carrots... I'd have been too big and you'd have had to buy a HUGE house to fit me inside all those years"

The "can't" car list is too big for people that are tall but not "THAT" tall.
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Old 09-02-2015, 10:43 AM   #129
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Old 09-02-2015, 10:48 AM   #130
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Mr Mrs has a standard '96 RX7 and it keeps up with my Sprintex/Innovate charged '86 pushing around 290bhp here in the UK

Luckily I'm having a full engine build and a 335 charger installed, but she's got plans to port the RX7, V mount, bigger turbo's etc so should be a good match
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Old 09-02-2015, 10:49 AM   #131
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Friend of mine just "finished" his FD... for now.

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