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Take a look at the back story on Han's Mazy RX-7 from The Fast And The Furious Tokyo Drift.

Rotaries were a very popular choice in the car modification scene back in the 1990s, with arguably the most iconic being the 13B Mazda RX-7 Rotary.

The Mazda RX-7 is a front-mounted, rear-wheel-drive rotary-engined Japanese sports car that was produced (in different versions) from 1978 to 2002.

The Mazda RX-7 is now considered to be a highly sought after collector's item, and one of the last cars apart from the RX-8 to feature a rotary engine.

In the feature film, The Fast And The Furious Tokyo Drift, we were introduced to one of the most highly modified Mazda RX-7s, which replicas are still based on today.

The Tokyo Drift Mazda RX-7 featured a full body kit made by Veilside, FC engine management system, an HKS TO42 turbo kit and a V-mounted intercooler, plus Veilside custom intercooler piping. It also features 19" Veilside wheels with Pirelli P Zero tyres and Apexera N1 dampers and a Rotora brake system.

Take a look at the video below by YouTube channel, Craig Lieberman, on Han's Mazda RX-7.

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