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Saturday, February 26, 2022

Here's the Hawaiian made RX-777 fierce looks

~Not HUla Dancer~ For automotive enthusiasts, having a standard vehicle is sometimes not enough, and they always want the vehicle they use to look attractive and, if possible, not be the same as the others. And usually the best way to change the appearance of a vehicle so that it has a different appearance is modification or customization.
The RX-777 is a custom car made by Adam Taylor based on the Mazda RX-7 back in 2019. (Picture from: Motor1)
Besides that, modification can be a place to pour ideas and not be limited in time, which sometimes can also produce unexpected results, especially if the source of inspiration comes from many famous car designs. Like the work of the following extraordinary car modifications based on the legendary Mazda RX-7 roadster.
The Adam Taylor's RX-777 is truly amazing, all sectors have changed at all and no longer looks like the Mazda RX-7. (Picture from: TecheBlog)
As quoted of the Motor1 page, it turns out that the mentioned car modification process carried out by Adam Taylor, a gentleman from Oahu, Hawaii has been running for approximately 10 years and names the modified car result as the RX-777. The Hawaiian gentleman also said that he has modified the car since he was in high-school, so it's no surprising that the modifications this time were amazing.
The Adam Taylor's RX-777 is powered by a GM's LS V8 engine that is claimed to be able to produce 950 horsepower and a top speed of 200 mph. (Picture from: Motor1)
Indeed, the donor car that is used as the basis of this modification process is also not an ordinary car. Because it is one of the legendary sports cars produced by the Japanese manufacturer Mazda ranging from 1978 to 2002. This rear-wheel drive car is powered by a wankel rotary engine with a cylinder capacity of 1,146 cc.
Adam Taylor has spent 10 years designing and producing body panel components from sheet metal . (Picture from: Motor1)
But after getting a modification touch from Adam Taylor, the results are truly amazing, all sectors have changed at all and no longer looks like the Mazda RX-7. In addition, the headlights are also taken from the Aston Martin Vantage. While at the rear, the lights and its stern shape looks similar to Lotus Elise which is completed by a unique ducktail spoiler.
The Adam Taylor's RX-777 has a large new fender design to accommodate giant-sized rims and unique ducktail spoiler. (Picture from: Motor1)
Even its previous 13B-REW coded standard drivetrain with a burst of power of 252 hp that was later replaced with a GM's LS V8 engine that is claimed to be able to produce 950 horsepower and a top speed of 200 mph. Furthermore this RX-777 modified-result car has a bodywork that looks fatter than the Dodge Viper painted in an unusual metallic green color.
After the work is complete, the RX-777 modified by Adam Taylor looks bold and fierce like a supercar, so what about its performance? Can you imagine, such small wheeled things running with huge bursts of engine power. Buzzzz... *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | MOTOR1 | TECHEBLOG | WIKIPEDIA ]
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