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Profile Details
Profile Hits: 10718
Drivetrain Class: FWD
Engine Class: 4 Cylinder Turbo Charged
Rating: average rating is 2.95 from 128 Votes  (2.95)
Profile Rankings
Profile Hits
Ranking: 6/356 6 / 356
Average Rating
Ranking: 12/51 12 / 51
Drivetrain Class HP
Ranking: 2/79 2 / 79
Drivetrain Class Qtr Mile
Ranking: 1/32 1 / 32
Engine Class HP
Ranking: 3/54 3 / 54
Engine Class Qtr Mile
Ranking: 3/29 3 / 29

General Information Car Directory
Member: Julian
Vehicle: 1989 Mazda MX-6 Turbo ( More )
Location: Australia
Last Updated: 6th October, 2006
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Modification Listing

Pacesetter Short Shift Kit


EMS Stinger system, V & E Rigoli.

Engine Work:

Full rebuild, forged pistons, rods etc. Mate

Fuel System:

550 injectors installed along with Porche 911 Turbo fuel pump


3 inch dump pipe, 2 1/2 inch after pipe. Liverpool Exhaust.

Rolling Stock:

17 inch 215/45, from Eagle tyres in Granville, Sydney.

Stereo System:



6 inch lowered, Universal Springs.


High flowed T3

Performance Statistics Top Rankings
Power Output: 280 wheel hp
Quarter Mile: 12.5
Photo Album Members Gallery

here's the one everyones been talking about




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

Thanx for the 1st gen support Jules

Posted by: Guest_D. Fontaine- Spoolin6 on July 1, 2003

Hey Julian I'm on the board, and I have a 1989 Turbo Mx-6 . I wanted to ask you a quick question how much would it cost for you to make that Skyline front bumper with polyurathane?, Because I live in brooklyn and I want your sweet bumper to last. Usually bumpers would constantly be cracked by potholes in New York City. So how much can you do that special order for? If you can do it for me I will send you payment towards the end of this month, k?

Thanks Darryl F.

Posted by: dub on July 27, 2003 [ Car Profile ]

I like the look of your 6 , And well some aussie 1/4 competition it seems.

Posted by: mazdaracer6903 on July 30, 2003

yo julian ive been tring to find some upgrades for my 88 mz-6 trubo i lilke the ones u have done my car is pretty much stock do u think u can help me out with some ideas and places to find some upgrades like the ones you have done. i would appriciate it if u could help. thx

Posted by: DMX06 on August 25, 2003

Ive been trying to contact Julian for the past week, but my e.mails keep bouncing back. I realy want to buy the front bar, so, if anyone knows how i can get in contact with him, or where i can buy the bar, please call me on 0412 291 364.

Thanks heaps....


Posted by: mx68u on August 26, 2003 [ Car Profile ]

he has been on recently, best thing to do if his email is bouncing is to just Private Message him wink.gif

Posted by: mx68u on November 10, 2003 [ Car Profile ]

12.5 second quarter mile is simply amazing, if thats right your the fastest F2T powered car in australia easily and a contender when it comes to fastest FWD in OZ, i suppose you dont have a timeslip to prove such an incredible feat?

Posted by: mx-6turbo on January 8, 2004

nice front kit... your 1/4 mile a little too high.. but i believe you. cool.gif

Posted by: RoTaCaRbOy on February 19, 2004

r u sure u ran a 12.5 quarter that seems 2 much for that little work, i suppose you can put your time slip up on this site then we will all believe u never the less the car will look sweet when u put the front bar on properly and when its painted ermm.gif

Posted by: TX5_turbo15 on February 14, 2005

wait up there guys, i believe in this guy's times 100%, y? because if u look at the other F2t engines ie: tx5 turbos in's search feature, u will find a tx5 turbo running at 14.8 and that is quite a bit under 200 HP while this car manages to have a power rating of 280 HP at the wheels!!!! that is a huge difference... and for that extra 100HP im surprised that the time is less than 12.5 secs on the 1/4 mile ...

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