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Old 02-06-2009, 11:09 AM   #1
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Question for Tii owners

Just wondering if Gen 2 Rx-7 Tii owners could give me some general tips on things that I should look out for when picking out a Turbo ii Rx-7. I've been looking at quite a few which haven't sold for a while even at such a low price, and I've read in different places that the rotary engine tends to 'flood' and start up may be a hassle occasionally when not taken care of properly. I just want to see if there are any owners on RS who could perhaps give me some feedback on how well the car runs or if the car has to be extensively maintained to run perfectly.

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