Mazda RX-7 Spirit R Type A (FD) '02

An FD fit for attacking rainy tracks.

  1. DriftinAssassin
    An FD fit for attacking rainy tracks.
    Game Version:
    1.11
    Controller Type:
    Game Controller
    Vehicle Manufacturer:
    Mazda
    Performance Points:
    550 PP
    Max. Power:
    440 HP
    Weight:
    1260 kg
    Weight Distribution:
    50
    Displacement:
    654 cc
    Max. Torque:
    386.5 ft-lb
    Drivetrain:
    FR
    Tires (Front):
    Racing: Intermediate
    Tires (Rear):
    Racing: Intermediate
    Pit Service:
    • Car Wash
    • Change Oil
    Aero Kit:
    Type A
    Flat Floor:
    Type A
    Rear Wing:
    Custom Wing: Type B
    Wheel Model:
    BBS RS
    Suspension Kit:
    Height-Adjustable, Fully Customizable Suspension
    Clutch:
    Twin-Plate Clutch Kit
    Engine:
    Stage 1
    Exhaust:
    Sports Exhaust
    Turbo Kits:
    Low RPM Range Turbo Kit
    Other Parts:
    • Racing Brake Kit
    • Carbon Fiber Driveshaft
    • Fully-Customizable Mechanical Limited-Slip Differential
    • Intake Tuning
    • Catalytic Converter: Sports
    • Window Weight Reduction
    Ride Height (Front):
    85
    Ride Height (Rear):
    85
    Spring Rate (Front):
    9.15
    Spring Rate (Rear):
    9.55
    Dampers - Compression (Front):
    5
    Dampers - Compression (Rear):
    5
    Dampers - Extension (Front):
    5
    Dampers - Extension (Rear):
    5
    Anti-Roll Bars (Front):
    4
    Anti-Roll Bars (Rear):
    4
    Camber Angle (Front):
    2.5
    Camber Angle (Rear):
    2.0
    Toe Angle (Front):
    -0.15
    Toe Angle (Rear):
    0.60
    Brake Balance (Front):
    5
    Brake Balance (Rear):
    3
    Initial Torque (Rear):
    45
    Acceleration Sensitivity (Rear):
    25
    Braking Sensitivity (Rear):
    15
    Power Limiter:
    98%
    Downforce (Rear):
    30
    ABS Level:
    1
    Traction Control:
    0

Recent Reviews

  1. Vincenzo47
    Vincenzo47
    4/5,
    Good! And setup of transmission??
    1. DriftinAssassin
      Author's Response
      I decided to keep it stock. I played with the Six-Speed and Fully Customizable transmissions and I couldn't find a good enough setting. For Suzuka Circuit, the stock transmission ain't half bad. I could give tuning a transmission a second go if you'd like but it could take a while since I am a bit busy with school again.