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1974 Mazda REPU 13B REW Turbo

  • Location: Asheville, North Carolina, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Mazda
  • Model: Other
  • Year: 1974
  • Mileage: 1000
  • Vehicle Title: Clear

1974 Mazda Other Description

Selling my 1974 fully restored Mazda REPU. I have had this truck about 12 years but decided to strip it down and do it right about 4 years ago. It was totally taken apart and stripped down to bare metal via a dry soda blasting machine. The frame and underside of the bed was coated with POR-15 a rust coating. Any rust was removed and only the drivers side rocker was replaced. Floorplans are in good shape and were not touched. It was painted in the original factory green. The paint is 4 years old and still in good shape holding up with just a few very small rust bubbles on the passenger rear quarter. Overall the truck is in great shape and I would like this to go to someone that appreciates it and wont drive it everyday and kill it as these are getting very hard to find, especially in this condition. The motor is a 13B REW that was rebuilt with new S4 turbo rotor housings, low mileage irons with .001 stepwear, E and J apex seal and the rest oem Mazda, turblown 13b stud kit, has about 1000 miles on it and pulls -18 in hg @ 900 rpm with compression #s 104 105 106 @ 236 front and 106 106 108 @ 230 rear. Transmission is also from a 3rd gen rx-7 with ACT clutch and the diff is the 3rd gen Torsen with rx-8 gears. The turbo is a Borg Warner S362SX-E and runs @ 18 psi. I will list the rest of the stuff.

Haltech Elite 550
1000/1300 injector dynamics injectors
Snow performance meth kit
AEM coils with MSD wiresAEM widebandGreddy oil pressure gauge
Custom rad and I/C
Mishimoto oil cooler and thermostat with -10AN oil lines
Polished intake, I/C and line, rad, and turbo
Racepak ICQ
17 inch Nitto drag radials on the rear

The truck runs and looks great. The interior I put down the carpet and did the headliner and im not the best at that lol so its not perfect just ok. There is a very small exhaust leak and I mean you can barely feel it at the vband on the turbo that I never fixed as I never really drive it enough to bother.