Why Does your rx-7 smoke?
blueish smoke means its burning oil (too much oil i.e. you have a bad seal or maybe your oil metering pump has somehow gone insane)
thick white smoke means its burning coolant (bad seal)
black smoke means its running WAY too rich and your engine is probably about to die unless you change that
it should not puff out any smoke at any time really unless its on a pretty cold day and only until your engine warms up then it should go away because the exhaust is so hot.
All rotaries smoke in one way or another. By nature the engine is designed to burn oil to keep itself lubricated, so dont panic to see a little white or blue smoke when the engine is warming up. However if you see smoke when the car is under heavy usage (racing, highway, towing something) then you may have the begining of a blown engine. it is repairable but you must do it soon to minimize…
Well yes and no. You can put them on your rx7, but the spring rate and stiffness may be too much or too little for your rx7 and it will need to fit the specific shocks/struts of your rx7.. The springs may have to be cut also depending on the clearance needed, give it a shot, and install it and see how it clears. if it clears, test drivie it in a safe area.
In my own opinion, the mazda rx7 model is a top-of-the-line sports car manufactured by a great car company. The very first Mazda rx7 offered a 1146 cc twin-rotor rotary engine plus a front-midship as well as a rear-wheel drive layout. The rx7 model replaced the rx3 model which then became the standard Mazda rotary-engine cars.