LS1 T56 Swapped: 1990 Mazda RX-7 FC

The Mazda RX-7 is like that daredevil friend you secretly admire. Its chassis dances through curves, the steering chats your ear off, the brakes flex their muscles, and the Wankel rotary engine loves to party… though it has been known to throw a tantrum from time to time. To keep the good times rolling, you might want to give your Wankel a makeover before its apex seals decide to take a vacation. But hey, some folks decide to kick convention to the curb and give the little spinny engine a retirement party, swapping it for a burly domestic V8. Find this 1990 Mazda RX-7 FC offered for $14,999 in Dublin, CA via craigslist. Tip from Rock On!

From the seller:

1990 mazda rx7
condition: good
cylinders: 8 cylinders
drive: rwd
fuel: gas
odometer: 111500
paint color: red
title status: clean
transmission: manual
type: coupe
15k obo for sell or trade

1990 Mazda RX7 GTU
Clean Title currently on Non-op
2000 Camaro LS1 swap with T56 6 speed transmission

I have owned this car for almost 10 years. The main goal was to get it fully California legal and to pass the state ref. The car is 90% done and only needs a few more things to pass inspection from what the referee told me.
Install the skip shift system and wire it in.
Fit and install oem Camaro intake

All work was done at a shop and I have receipts for most stuff. I do not have the patience nor the time to finish this car and would like to move on to other projects. The car runs great and shifts smoothly and a good 10 footer. It would be a great track car or if you want to put the extra time in to get it to pass the ref.

Parts list:
LS1 w/ T56 (approx 60k miles)
Shorty Headers CARB LEGAL
Granny’s Speed Shop FULL swap kit.
Radiator, Wilwood Master Cylinder, Driveshaft, Radiator bracket, etc
Custom wiring harness done at a shop
Full custom exhaust with brand new California legal catalytic converters
Cobra Wheels (tires need replacing)
AeroCatch Hood pins
Maaco single stage paint (not the best but looks great from 10ft)
Off brand racing seats (I have the passenger seat but no seat rails)
Rebuilt front brakes and full brake flush done recently
Trans flush done this past month
Brand new PS Rack installed in January

I also have a bunch of parts for the car like OEM camaro intake, fc trim pieces and interior bits, fc interior harness, etc

Message for any questions, Thanks!

See a better way to drive a V8?