Mazda Service Pleasanton, CA
For expertise, value and a great experience for your Mazda Service in Pleasanton, choose Rick’s Performance. Whether yours is an older Mazda RX7 or a newer Mazda3 Sport with warranty intact, our affordable dealer-level services will ensure your Mazda performs the best, gets the best gas mileage and retains its value. Regularly following your Mazda manufacturer’s scheduled maintenance will keep your Mazda on the road for thousands of miles over its lifespan.
Not only do the ASE-Certified Technicians at Rick’s Performance have dozens of years of front-line experience (over 30 years specializing in Mazda Rotary cars) servicing Mazda vehicles, they’ve also invested hours of classroom time each year, which makes certain that they have mastered all the latest critical services. With specialized tools and cutting edge diagnostics equipment, Rick’s Performance specializes in servicing for all Mazda vehicles. We can perform all the regular Mazda servicing that dealers offer, using only genuine Mazda and the highest quality aftermarket parts and fluids — at much lower prices.
Mazda Maintenance Services
- Factory Scheduled Maintenance
- Oil Changes
- Fluid Exchanges
- Electrical (battery, electronics, and more)
- Wheels and Tires Services
- Inspections, and more
Performance upgrades from over 30 years of experience
From aftermarket turbo kit installation for your FD RX7 to coilover installation for your FC RX7, Mazda owners looking to own the streets or own Laguna Seca have been coming to Rick’s Performance for all their Mazda modifications. Our years of experience on all Mazdas allows us to suggest the proper upgrade path for your vehicle based on your needs.
- Intake and Exhaust System
- Lightweight Flywheels
- Performance Clutch Kits
- Racing Brake Kits
- Electronics Upgrades, and more
Custom Mazda Rotary Engine Conversions
Indeed, the Mazda rotary is a marvelous engine. We have harnessed the power of the rotary engine and have performed a number of rotary engine transplants into other automobiles — and even a few boats. Give us a call to discuss the possibility of a rotary engine transplant.
1966 Datsun Roadster rotary transplant
In 1985, a 1966 Datsun Roadster was brought to us with no engine, but a request for a rotary convertible. We built a ported 13B engine with a throttle body fuel injection system, then it was fitted with a 5-speed RX-7 transmission. The car lug nut pattern even matched a 1985 RX-7 GSL-SE’s!
1972 Sanger V-Drive ski boat rotary transplant
One of the other projects was a 1972 Sanger V-Drive ski boat with a worn out 429 Ford V-8 in it. The tired 429 engine was swapped for our two custom-built modified 13B engines, which was linked them together inline so it became 4 rotor.
Each engine had its own distributor and Holley marine carburetor. The motors were hooked up to a V-Drive. It ran 70 mph – faster than the V-8 it replaced.
No question is too big or too small. Contact us today.