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Drivetrain Class: FWD
Engine Class: 4 Cylinder Turbo Charged
Rating: average rating is 2.85 from 20 Votes  (2.85)
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Ranking: 26/51 26 / 51
Drivetrain Class HP
Ranking: 34/79 34 / 79
Drivetrain Class Qtr Mile
Ranking: 12/32 12 / 32
Engine Class HP
Ranking: 35/54 35 / 54
Engine Class Qtr Mile
Ranking: 21/29 21 / 29

General Information Car Directory
Member: mx68u
Vehicle: 1991 Mazda MX-6 Turbo GT ( More )
Location: Australia
Last Updated: 13th September, 2005
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mx68u's Comments:

Next round of mods, looks like im finally getting my manifold sorted :D

* 460cc injectors (from a 12A rotor) * Walbro Fuel Pump * FMIC installed * New springs all round + shocks

Modification Listing

front DBA slotted discs matched with bendix metal king pads, great increase in braking performance.


Chiptorque Chip installed by SAS, lifted boost cut and remapped fuel for up to 14psi.


Cat-back 3inch Mandrel bent exhaust system with magnaflow off-set straight through muffler, installed by liverpool exhaust. Recently finished off exhaust with a high flow 3inch cat and 2.5inch dump pipe. Custom cold air intake system utilising pirtek hoses and a pod style air filter.


30% Tinted Windows, 2 5/8inches autometer mechanical boost gauge positioned on A pillar, Autotechnica Leather Steering Wheel with Billet alloy boos kit, HKS Turbo Timer and racing pedals.

Rolling Stock:

16inch Shadow chrome concept 7 wheels with goodyear eagle F1 rubber.


Clarion CD player, 12inch Comp VR subwoofer and kenwood 6x9s connected to a 4x100W Schenider amp, jaycar 4inch 2-wayz at the front. Kicker 6I splits soon to be installed once i get some pods.


Allsprings lowered sports springs, front lowered 2 inches, rear 1 inch, not happy with the job at all so ill be getting it redone somewhere else.


ihi VF22 turbo installed on custom exhaust manifold set currently at 10psi. Aluminum intercooler piping to stock front mount with type 1 turbosmart blow off valve.

Performance Statistics Top Rankings
Power Output: 152 wheel hp
Torque: 385 Nm
0 - 100km/hr: 7.3
Quarter Mile: 14.8

Performance Comments:

Thats 151hp @ the wheels, not sure how efficient the drivetrain is so that will have to do, view the dyno sheet were i got the figures from in my photo album. Also quarter mile and 0-100 times were achieved with a gtech timer on a flat road, clutch has been slipping alot, hopefully with a new clutch with upgraded pressure plate i can settle in somewhere in the mid-14's. Performance figures are with the stock turbo running 14psi.

Photo Album Members Gallery

DYNO print out during the chip installation

Photo taken at mx6 cruise in the gong

side shot

Stereo system including 12inch Kicker COMP VR subwoofer and schnieder 4 by 100 amp

Engine before rocker cover coating

VF22 Ball-bearing turbo :D

Car just after i purchased it, completely stock.

Cruise photo

Right Side Diagonal

Front Right Shot

Half Rear Shot

Close up Front

nice ass

Concept 7 Wheel and DBA slotted disc

Side View After Powder Coating

Yet to be installed my new front mount IC
Readers Comments
Posted by: Vultz on February 17, 2004 [ Car Profile ]


Sifnt Mazda smile.gif

Nice car dude

Posted by: LordJezza on February 19, 2004 [ Car Profile ]

Geezus Bruv

You are a credit to your God and your country!

I was fully blown by the performace and power of your speed machine. I have been searching out the subburbs looking for you and couldn't believe it when me and Najim saw you cruzin at da coast.

Woosh Woosh and youz were gone

All the best

ps I'm installing the shag pile this weekend in my van!

Posted by: blinky blitz on June 9, 2004 [ Car Profile ]

yeah bro she goes hard,i had it back 4 2 dayz b4 the box blew it was 2nd hand though,i'm runnin 13psi i need bigger injectors though and i'm lookin. the dyno was alright i reckon it'll be better with a recond g'box it was slippin out of 3rd. i'll post my sheets soon. i wanna end up runnin at least 13s. you got sweet ride to bro and a bit of a clan with you. where bouts r u.

Posted by: mx68u on June 9, 2004 [ Car Profile ]

im in sydney...

i dont think 13s should be a problem, you should get urself a walbro high pressure pump or something before injectors.. they always limit flow first... also if as far as injectors go get some mazda rx7 series 4/5 turbo (550cc) or na (460cc) injectors, the stockers are 330cc if memory serves me correctly so either would be a substantial upgrade... heaps around too... go for high impedeance ones tho as they come in both forms on rx7s

got myself some na rx7 injectors and a walbro pump... plus the IC.. just waiting on the piping to get setup and then im off to tune the chip with the new fuel system.. should be in the 13 too with any luck cool.gif

Posted by: blinky blitz on August 16, 2004 [ Car Profile ]

hey man i was wondering if you could help me out coz u seem to be in the know,i've got my tx5 in at mazfix gettin a 500hp fuel pump and a malpasi fuel regulator.i wanna get bigger injectors too do you know what size the standards are and what will fit on a tx. any info would be sweet plz send to thanks bro

Posted by: mx68u on November 21, 2004 [ Car Profile ]

blinky the mx6 and tx5 share the same engine so rx7 injectors will do fine, should be able to source them from around 60 - 80 each.

Posted by: yzovelle on November 25, 2004 [ Car Profile ]

Nice MX-6. Simple yet sweet, exactly how a car should be! biggrin.gif

Posted by: Van454 on December 20, 2004 [ Car Profile ]

Nice, good to see another person not scared to post dyno sheets, I guess I will have to find mine (my car hasn't been one the dyno for 2 years and this engine hasn't gotten much of my intrest lately). Hey, whats the header wrap like at reducing under bonnet temp. I've heard that it can reduce the life of your extractors, but I'm gonna have hassles with cooling so I guess some of you turbo boys may have some tips. smile.gif

Posted by: mx68u on December 21, 2004 [ Car Profile ]

Hey Van454, it will definately reduce the extractors life, by how much i suppose it depends on the type of material used. The steam pipes used for my exhaust manifold are quite thick so there is little chance that they will rust through anytime soon. Just recently i pulled off the exhaust wrap (have to reinstall the manifold due to leaks) and there was only some powdered surface rust (this was after about a year) so for me the reduced life isnt a concern.

As far as cooling is concerned it really is amazing, for turbo charged applications (or even na really) its important to keep those gases flowing as quickly as possible. That way boost doesnt drop off and theres more pressure to extract o2 on the intake side, so keeping things as hot as possible in there is definately a bonus.

Prior to the heat wrap it was unbarable to stand infront of the bay but after the install you can put your hand as close as a centimetre off of the manifold without breaking into a sweat. Performance went up considerably but thats hardly a surprise considering just how hot things use to be. I definately recommend it if you need to reduce under bonnet temps.. and who doesnt?

I plan on throwing in an additional heat shield as well, and maybe source a heat beanie for the turbo, cheap and easy mods that imho will convert into more hp and reliability.

Posted by: Van454 on February 27, 2005 [ Car Profile ]

Hey, I didn't end up using the header rap, you have to pull the motor halfway out to change the headers so I thought it might be a hassle if it reduces the life of the headers. I don't know if you've seen my profile lately but my 454 is in, and you were right it is awesome to drive. I did have some cooling issues but I found that the thermo fans from the EF-AU falcons are cheap ($220 brand new) and really pull some air. It was a bit of hassle to modify the shround to fit, but it has cured my probs. Any updates on your car? Have you fitted your front mount IC? I suppose that it will mean you can get away with a bit more boost. smile.gif

Posted by: xtreme tx5 on April 12, 2005 [ Car Profile ]

hey man nice your they guy who runs this show ay, i was wondering if you would mind if i put a sticker on my car just to try get a few more people from brisbane to make profiles. cheers bro.

Posted by: LOW_TX5 on April 16, 2005 [ Car Profile ]

Just wanting to know how much the extractors cost and where did you get them made up

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