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SEMA Wrapup
Submitted by Dan Mazzella on Monday, November 8, 2004 - 2:36pm

The Las Vegas SEMA show gets bigger and badder every year, and with that growth comes the more goodies for Rotorheads. With the RX-8 on the market for nearly a year and a half, aftermarket companies are finally bringing out parts for the newest rotary brother, while not turning their backs on the older RX-7s. There was a showing of factory cars and parts from Mazdaspeed, and many to fiberglass body kits from Taiwan, but it seemed the RENESIS is still hard to boost, with just a couple of turboed kits making their appearance. However, these kits were not complete, and promised to boost only to 7psi or so. Appearance seemed to be the main focus of the Aftermarket's approach on the RX-8, with new carbonfiber and fiberglass kits on the show's floor than performance parts.

Also making a showing were toys and models with a rotary flavor to them. Autoart showcased their 787B model, that debued at SevenStock 7. Note; we will sell the Autoart 787b model when goes to production next spring. Some other model makers showed some of their RX-7 and earlier kits, (available Here)

We have a few photos from the show, click through to see the latest trends and the images of the 787b model!








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all looks and no Go!
No Rotor
November 13, 2004 - 1:44pm
I hope u guys start to talk about performance part's and ecu's reburns and stop with pretty carbon fog light's and carbon shift knobs HEY MAZDA COME ON!!!!!
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