Rotary DCT Equipped Mazda RX-7

Something sounds different here, and it's possibly the world's first DCT equipped rotary FD RX-7 built by Sanjay Singh. Building rotaries is one of his specialties, so he decided to try his hands on something very different. Sanjay swapped in a BMW DCT transmission, and after some very creative tuning we're sure that took a lot of work! Check out his Instagram page for updates - @sanjay_balange.


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