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6thGEAR Digital Magazine
Similar to the RX-2, the Modified Mazda RX-4 experienced its peak in popularity during the 1970s. Renowned for its rotary engine, the RX-4 captured the imagination of modifiers seeking unconventional powerplants. This era saw a flurry of engine swaps, performance modifications, and customizations, as enthusiasts aimed to unlock the RX-4's full potential. The 1970s represented a golden age of rotary engine experimentation, and the RX-4 was at the forefront of this movement.