RX3 crash - The Godfather
Sam Sadek was very lucky to walk away from this big accident at close to
200mph. The PAC Performance Godfather Mazda RX3 is powered by a 20B turbo rotary engine.
APSA Pro Street Shootout, Sydney Dragway - May 18th 2013.
Part 12: 13B Rotary Engine Rebuild - My 76 Mazda RX-5 Cosmo Restoration
Just as I promised last episode, it is finally time to build the engine!
Part 12 of my RX-5 Cosmo restoration covers the entire process of building
the 6 port 13B Mazda rotary engine. While this engine is a hybrid of GSL-SE
RX-7 and Cosmo parts, the process is the same for any rotary from a 12A to
a 13B NA, 13B turbo, 13B-REW or any
other variant of the 13B. This video shows the whole process of the engine
build, starting from measuring the rotors and covering everything else
including clearancing the side seals, assembling the rotors, complete
assembly the short block, setting the eccentric shaft end play and
installing the front cover and everything underneath it. It's probably the
most complete engine build video outside of what you can buy from the
vendors, and as such, is an hour long. After this one, I'm going back to
videos under 20 minutes. But for now, grab a beverage of your choice, sit
back, and enjoy.
Part 7: My 76 Mazda RX-5 Cosmo Restoration - Intake and Exhaust Porting
Has it been nearly a month since my last episode? Wow, time does indeed
fly. I've been quite busy preparing to build the engine. So in part 7, I
cover the intake and Exhaust porting.
The engine is being built with GSL-SE 6 port plates and the Cosmo rotor
housings as the basis for a 6 port turbo
setup. This port job is fairly conservative, only opening up the primary
ports a little and bringing the Exhaust ports close to 2nd gen RX-7 specs. The
goal is to maintain fuel economy, low and midrange torque, and idle
quality. This episode covers everything involved in porting including:
marking out the new ports, grinding the port shape, smoothing the bowls,
smoothing port to runner transitions, smoothing the runners, grinding and
blending the Exhaust ports.
BEST BURNOUT EVER! SUMMERNATS GUINNESS WORLD RECORD BURNOUT!
Summernats 26 broke a Guinness World Record for the most amount of cars in
simultaneous burnout on January 4, 2013 in Canberra, Australia. When the
massive blanket of smoke eventually cleared, Chris Sheedy from Guinness
World Records told the 10,000 plus crowd that exactly 69 cars had managed
to complete a 30 second burnout. Sixty nine. That's a 'Nats kind of number.
Drivers came from all across Australia to fry their tyres together in this
historic event, some traveling thousands of kilometres from Western
Australian and Northern Queensland to take part in the rare feat.
138 tyres x 30 seconds x over 35,000 horsepower = 1 world record.
Thank you to the drivers, staff and sponsors for making this incredible
The Burnout World Record, supporting the National Tobacco Campaign's MyQuit
Buddy QUIT SMOKING APP. Burn rubber, not tobacco.
Peripheral port 13B idle
Homebrew 13B at idle; fabricated ports, header, intake manifold, etc,
breathing through a Weber 48 IDA.
Trying some tricks with porting and header design and it only fired up for
the first time about an hour ago, so I have no idea of power output, and
very little desire to make unrealistic guesses.
Americas Best Burnouts!?! - Automotion - Boosted Films
This is how Wisconsin does burnouts!
Here is the R-rated video with boobs. If that is your thing.
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This video was filmed at a free to attend, public controlled event. No
drivers were paid to participate.
Camera: Canon XH-A1
Software: Adobe Premiere Pro
Music: 50015-1 "Adrenaline"
Local car show let out and some people got carried away. Vote for your
favorite in the comment section below!
Defined Auto Works semi-peripheral port
Semi p-port 20b nissan revving with open header. The car was running open
header for a car show Defined Auto Works was hosting. Please pardon my
shaky recording it was very loud and one hand was covering my ears :)smoke
is due to 1:1 premix ratio and a one year old tune. Defined is a fantastic
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