Disassembling RE-Amemiya's GT 300 3-Rotor Race Engine
One of RE-Amemiya's mechanics gives the 101 on how to break the infamous
Aspara Drink GT300 FD's motor down. Courtesy of RE4life.com.
"Mr. Imai, the mechanic at RE Amemiya shows how to disassemble 3-Rotor
Engine, which was used for their GT 300 machine!"
4 Rotor Mazda RX-8 Time Attack Car Revving Engine At Seven Stock 2009
This is 5 glorious minutes of a naturally apserated (individual throttle
bodies) 4 Rotor RX-8 time attack car revving its god like engine for a
massive crowd at the 2009 Seven Stock event in Irvine California. Turn up
20B 3 Rotor Turbo FD RX7 with an amazing 761hp at 24 PSI of BOOST!!
FD RX7 owned by paul, customer of mazfix racing stole the show with
outright winner at mazfix Dyno day 2010, paul's stunning
looking street rx7 come out with figures of 761.1hp @24psi of Boost which as you can tell watching the video
sounds tuff. As time has come along paul is now running on pump fuel not
C-16 and has a figure of 707hp. Thanks guys for watching and like always
stay posted we always have more coming.
Pan Speed 450HP 3-rotor RX-8
The all-new Pan Speed RX-8 being parked in the Daikoku Futo warehouse. The
car will be driven at the 2012 WTAC in Eastern Creek by ex-Super GT driver
and BestMotoring & Hot Version presenter Naoki Hattori. The car develops
450 HP and weighs just over 1,100 kg.
The Mazda Rotary Engine Part 1
Educational film by Toyo Kogyo about the Mazda Rotary Engine. Shows how the
Rotary engine works with comparisons to the Piston Engine. Also shows the
Mazda RX500 test vehicle on a banked circuit and the Mazda Cosmo Sport (or
110S). Originates from the late 60's.
DIY Rx8 Seafoam Cleaning
MAKE SURE ANNOTATIONS ARE ON.
This is a DIY of me seafoaming my Rx8. This is being done on my 2004 with
98k miles. This is the second time I've cleaned my 8, the first being at
70k. I hope this is helpful! All the instructions are on the annotations.
To make sure everyone's clear, you inject each port twice in order to
relieve some of the strain from the starter. Should be roughly 4 oz per
port, 8 oz total. You can pour the rest in the tank to help clean up your