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The Mazda RX-7, famous for its rotary engine and sports car heritage, is frequently modified for performance. The third-generation RX-7 (FD3S), produced from 1992 to 2002, is the most popular platform for modification among enthusiasts. These models are often upgraded with larger turbos, engine internals, and suspension components to extract impressive power and handling capabilities from their Wankel rotary engines. The RX-7's sleek, aerodynamic design and motorsport pedigree contribute to its status as an iconic sports car for tuners, maintaining its popularity even decades after production ceased.