The 1989 Mazda RX7 GTUs helped commemorate the dominance of the RX7 in IMSA’s GTU series. Basically, the car was a base model, naturally-aspirated RX7, with big front brakes from the Turbo, and a numerically-higher rear end ratio on a limited-slip differential. A little lighter, but a good bit quicker than the regular car. Around 1,100 were built over two years.
ok i have a 1989 mazda rx7 gtu with a 13b rotary... i can not get it to start.. i can get it to crank over
but i cant get it to start completely.. so i was just checking around and just jumped it to see if that was
the problem it started easier but still hard to crank over i am not for sure on what is wrong with it... and
then i am having problems with it idling and not for sure if the throttle sensor is bad and i dont want to
go out and buy a new one and have the same problem.... Can anyone help?