RCTS Autoworx Hellcat-Swapped RX-7

We had a look at the C5 Corvette / FD RX-7 hybrid in a previous episode of Tuning 365. I've got a new muscle-injected FD RX-7 for you, and this one is going to be a powerhouse. Built by RCTS Autoworx in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, this is the first Hellcat-swapped FD in the world, and it already has a drivetrain ready for 1000+ horsepower. The guys say paint is coming after some dyno and testing sessions, so keep an eye out for the finished product. For more information, visit www.instagram.com/rcts_autoworx.

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