Hoonigan's JDM copter does dangerous Mazda RX-7 FC manoeuvres.

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Between the years 1978 and 2002, the Japanese firm Mazda used their rotary engine in the production of the RX-7 sports automobile.

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It was attainable with either the engine located in the front or the back of the vehicle, as well as with either front-wheel drive or rear-wheel drive combinations.

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Jesse, the proprietor of Oishi Imports, is the one primarily responsible for the Japanese Domestic Market Mazda RX-7 that is famously referred to as RotoCop.

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The majority of the almost five hundred automobiles that he sells have been brought in from Japan. His first experience with an import vehicle was the Mazda RX-7 RotoCop.

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Two-seater coupe and convertible versions of the second-generation RX-7, known in Japan as the Savana RX-7, were available for purchase.

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The 1.3-liter 13B rotary engine came in both normally aspirated and turbocharged configurations. Normal aspiration was the standard.

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On the Japanese domestic market, the FC was offered only in a turbocharged iteration, and the power output of its basic engine was 182 hp (185 ps).

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In April 1989, the Series 5 facelift produced 202 horsepower (205 ps), with 212 horsepower in the Infini version (215 ps).

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Jesse's RX-7 has a 450-horsepower turbocharged 13B rotary engine. This small engine combines a turbocharger with gears and axles.

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The RotoCop RX-7 has been styled in the manner of a fully functional police car, complete with a siren and a microphone.

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