My Ivory S1 626 13B Secondary Bridgeport. I have taken the big brakes and wheels off
and gone back to the original 13" wheels and S2 626 hubcaps last weekend for a car show.
I like the car now much better with the original wheels.
Here is a video.
My Green S2 626 13B Turbo.
Here is a video
No, no affiliation.
2ANIL8(To Annihilate) is a New Zealand car. Most of the 626 and 323 over there have rotaries in them.
You will also notice it is an S2 626 with an S1 bumper and nose cone conversion. Another popular
The colour is from our GM Holden range. It is called "Hothouse" Green and was available in 2002. It is a very popular
colour with the aftermarket and car modifiers.
Do you mean the rims are illegal or the engine modification?
aahhhr right you are in Australia, not NZ my apologies.
I guess the rims would certainly not be legal. As to the rotary motor you'd have to prove that the conversion was done longer than 30 yrs ago. Then you could get a "historic plate" which is very attractive in avoiding taxes. If you sitick with the regular plates you are more flexible with modification but pay more tax for old cars without catalysator.
Is there an active MAzda community in Australia? Could you recommend an Australian site?
Btw how did you find this site since 99% of it is in German?
We have a very active Mazda community in Australia.
You can find many different forums.
These are the main ones I look at.
Mazda Rotary website:
New Zealand Website
A US website for all 626s RWD and FWD
All types of Japanese cars
OK, now I understand. Yes you can stiffen the suspension but this depends on how you will drive the car.
We have available in Australia either stiffer/lower springs or coil-over assemblies for the CB2 model.
Both of my cars have modified suspension - the green one has been built to do Targa events, so the suspension
is much stiffer.
CB2 Kings Springs - 25mm lower
These are made locally in Melbourne for CB2
I will give you the link - this is on Ausrotary.com
This gentleman manufactures coil over suspension to suit most oldtimer Mazdas.
Really nice project mate, I have a '78 323 FA, I also plan to fit a 13B in my 323, I have couple of questions. My mate has a 626 CB, he will fit a Nissan C18ET in it. In Hungary, these cars are ultrarare here.
1978 Mazda 323 FA 1.3L 3dr - bald Wankel
1986 Mazda 323 1.5L Wagon - zu verkaufen/ FOR SALE
1994 Mazda MX5 NA 1.8
I built an FA4 323 12A 5dr back in 1985. I used the automatic model because the transmission tunnel is bigger than the manual model. Rx5 5 speed gearbox which back then was easy to find
and the strongest 5 speed box. Rx3 front engine crossmember. RX2 radiator. 1300 drive shaft. Easy conversion - started the car on Friday afternoon, engine, wiring evertything all done ready for its new exhaust
on Monday morning! :-)