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Drivetrain Class: FWD
Engine Class: 4 Cylinder Turbo Charged
Rating: average rating is 2.87 from 47 Votes  (2.87)
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General Information Car Directory
Member: 2Rusty
Vehicle: 1992 Mazda MX-6 GT Turbo ( More )
Location: U.S.A.
Last Updated: 16th March, 2005
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Modification Listing
Drivetrain: $110

Probesport Racing Development short throw shifter.

Engine Work: $480

AdamTurbo lightweight aluminum crank pulley, ZombieSS ECU chip, MSD Blaster2 ignition coil, Magnecor 8.5mm plug wires & Walbro 190lph fuel pump.

Intake/Exhaust: $320

2-1/2" cat-back, no resonator, Cherry Bomb turbo muffler, K&N drop-in panel filter.

Interior: $550

Momo Race 320mm steering wheel, Momo Race air leather shift knob, Momo pedals, Autometer vac/boost, air/fuel ratio & oil pressure gauges.

Rolling Stock: $1300

Summer - 16x7 5Zigen Fighters wrapped in 205-50-16 Nitto NT450 extreme rubber. Winter - Stock 15x6 wheels with 195-60-15 Bridgestone Blizzaks.

Stereo System: $1000

Alpine CDA-7894 CD/MP3 head unit, Monster Cable RCAs, 4" Boston Acoustics up front, 6x9 Boston Acoustics RX-97 in back, Alpine 4x25 watt midrange amplifier, dual 10" Kenwood Tornado subs powered by Kenwood mono subwoofer amp.

Suspension: $1200

Eibach springs, Tokico gas shocks, Addco anti-sway bars with polyurethane bushings, Corksport strut tower bar, OEM rear tower bar & lower subframe tie bar

Turbo/Intercooler: $75

Dawes Devices manual boost controller set at 10psi.

Performance Statistics Top Rankings
Power Output: 167 wheel hp
Torque: 287 Nm

Performance Comments:

WHP = 167.4 WTQ = 234.2 ft-lbs

Photo Album Members Gallery

On the dyno

Engine & strut tower bar

Ford Probe meet



On the dyno

Nice & clean

Nice & clean

At Myrtle Madness



Being Worked On


On the dyno

Lookin' Good

dyno plot

Readers Comments
Posted by: redneckmx6 on May 2, 2003 [ Car Profile ]

Interior gets big thumbup.gif
You need a chip, crank boost to 15psi, and get that baby back on the dyno

Posted by: 2Rusty on May 3, 2003 [ Car Profile ]

ohmy.gif Whoa I didn't even know there was a place to comment on profiles!

Anyway, thanks man. She's only at about 10psi now and driven daily. I wanna do a chip, intake and exhaust to open it up before cranking it that high. Then comes 440 injectors and upgraded turbo when I get bored with that. whistling.gif

Posted by: mx68u on June 29, 2003 [ Car Profile ]

i love your ride 2Rusty, its a very neat example of an mx6 turbo biggrin.gif

If you do decide to get a chip make sure you get one that can be tuned in real time on a dyno, i would just go for a pre-programmed one as every car is different (parts are in different condition or totally different due to upgrades and have differing levels of productivity and efficiency), further more you can tune the car specifically to the modifications done to your car, and when you get a new mod you can re-tune. Have a look around im sure there is something like that in us, im not a believer in the drop in chip thats been tuned on a totally different car.

Posted by: Guest_alex, on August 21, 2003

hey,, i have a question,, i was looking at a 91 mazda like urs today, with the turbo,, is it fast,?? what kind of cars can u beat with it? or if u know any sites wit parts for the car, like a boost controler,, or how to make ur own,, could u email me back at . thanks

Posted by: Guest_alex sylva on January 10, 2004

i have a 91 mazda mx6 stock new turbo exaust intake it ran a 14.320 at
109 about five can you touch that huh.gif

Posted by: 2Rusty on January 11, 2004 [ Car Profile ]

I don't really race people that much. It's not my style. I much prefer to just run my car hard for my own personal satisfaction so I can't really say what cars it'll beat. I've also never been to the track unfortunately so I can't say what she can do in the quarter. I'd like to get a time someday soon though.

I can tell ya how much power she's putting out. Just take a look at the dyno. It's obvious the car would surprise quite a few people at a light. That dyno was only at 10 psi and running really rich. I'm now pushing 17 psi in freezing cold Connecticut. The car tries to rip the steering wheel from my hands at the top of third gear. I would estimate she's putting down close to 200 bph at the front wheels and somewhere in the neighborhood of 260 ft-lbs to the ground as well. I'm trying to set up dyno time at 17 psi soon before I scale it back to 14 - 15 psi for everyday driving. w00t.gif

Posted by: ct-mx6turbo on February 19, 2004 [ Car Profile ]

Hey Alex i have some parts that will help your car . how about a 2.5 inch turbo downpipe. and boost controler, good performance camshaft also availble too.the spec on the camshaft are 221/221 duration and lift is 414/411. operating range of 1800to 6000 rpms.15 hp and 15 foot pounds of torque is the normal or more depending on your setup. let me know if you are interested. contact me at: cool.gif biggrin.gif ct-mx6turbo

Posted by: julian400fx on February 24, 2004 [ Car Profile ]

I am Julian Wu from Taipei,Taiwan.
I have a MX6GTX.
PLEASE do me a favor.tell me where can I buy the tower bar.
thank you.... ohmy.gif ohmy.gif

Posted by: 2Rusty on March 27, 2004 [ Car Profile ]

I've done business with ct-mx6turbo before and would recommend him to anyone looking for parts.

Posted by: 2Rusty on March 27, 2004 [ Car Profile ]

QUOTE (julian400fx @ Feb 23 2004, 11:09 AM)
I am Julian Wu from Taipei,Taiwan.
I have a MX6GTX.
PLEASE do me a favor.tell me where can I buy the tower bar.
thank you.... ohmy.gif ohmy.gif

Hi Julian. The strut tower bar is from a company in the States (Oregon to be exact) called Corksport. You can find them at They may no longer sell the bar I have which is a 5-piece unit designed & sold by corksport exclusively. It is not the GAB or Mazdaspeed bar listed on their site. It's worth giving them a call to find out if any are still available. As a warning, they tend to be pricey when it comes to shipping especially if you attempt to ship to Taiwan. sleep.gif

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