Sending RX7 To Rotary Hell (almost blowing up the garage)

Lasted 8 minutes and 8 seconds at full RPM with blown rotor. Skip to 7:10 for its demise. And skip to 8:05 for a REAL laugh, #finale ;) (2013) ...what's up with all the dislikes? Jeez, you guys wish we could've sold it to you with a salvaged title? Or y'all just mad a Rotary lasted that long... (2010) Destroying an old blown 13b motor(over 100k) before swapping in a 13bt. The old motor just wasn't worth keeping so why not have a little bit of fun with it before spitting it down to hell? Enjoy. (2007)

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