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WOOFER5590

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New RX8 Owner
« on: November 21, 2016, 10:44:22 PM »
Hi new member can anyone tell me how to post a message just bought aRx8 love it want to see what I can do to make better

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Re: New RX8 Owner
« Reply #1 on: November 21, 2016, 10:51:49 PM »
Welcome to MRC!  :welcome:

So what spec RX-8 have you bought?
1st March 2005 - 31st Dec 2009: STRATO RX-8 WITH MEGA BLING ALLOYS - TWOC :(
Delivered 12th March 2010: AURORA BLUE RX-8 R3 :)

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Re: New RX8 Owner
« Reply #2 on: November 22, 2016, 05:43:57 PM »
 :welcome: to the MRC and RX-8 ownership  :)

Tell us more about your car and your plans for it - post up some pics too! Easiest way is to upload pics to a free Photobucket account and post a link to the pic in your post. We can help if needed.
RX-8 230 Bridgeported: Racing Brake Disks & 4 pot front calipers,Full Racing Beat (RB) SS Exhaust system,RB ARB's F & R,RB REVI intake,Tein MonoFlex Coilovers & front strut brace.
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Re: New RX8 Owner
« Reply #3 on: November 26, 2016, 09:04:37 AM »
 :welcome: to Mazda Rotary Club.

Once you have your Racing Beat Full Intake and Exhaust fitted to your R3 you will have gone a long way to finding better power from your RX-8  8)

The only other upgrade is more of a health upgrade , have the ignition coils checked by removing and checking the underside for any big white burn marks and if so replace with genuine Mazda  ignition coils.

Have fun out there
All the best Clive