Ross' immaculate Mazda RX3 runs into the 9s for the first time. The new car is powered by a Promaz Automotive 13B bridgeport rotary engine and aided by a Garrett turbo and MicroTech EFI. Ross has fitted an Albins gearset to the Mazda RX-7 gearbox. The RX3 was only on low Boost this time out so expect the guys to run a lot quicker yet.
Mazda RX2 13B turbo runs 9s
This Mazda gets a little loose on the track on its way to running 9-second
passes at Calder Park.
Mazda RX3 tags the wall - MRHELI
King of the 2-step, Frank 'Mr Heli' Canistra hasn't raced the RX3 in some 2
years. The 13B rotary turbo powered
Mazda sedan ran strong all day going into the low 8s but got loose late in
the night. Frank did a great job of steering out of what could have been a
heavier hit and the good news is that he walked away unhurt.
APSA Pro Street Shootout round 3, Sydney Dragway, Australia - May 18th
RX4 Rotary 13B turbo dyno - Promaz
Mazda RX4 street car powered by a 13B bridge port rotary on the Dyno at Promaz Automotive. The
car is Boosted by a Garrett T66 turbo and MicroTech EFI fuel system.
[ http://www.promaz.com.au ]
Mazda rx3 coupe
74 rx3 coupe 12app injected first run on new injection setup after Dyno , just got a wof, running
20B ROTARY ACTION! 20B DATSUN 1200 & 20B MAZDA RX3 - TNT 28/12/2013
On the final Test and tune at Willowbank Raceway for the year, Brad Mcilroy
was out testing his Mazfix prepped 20b Datsun 1200 ute as well as Russ in
his 20B powered Mazda Rx3. The PRODAT was testing some changes in the rear
end, keeping the newly added 10.5 inch tyres as well as some changes to the
4 link, and after a few tweaks had the car complete a full pass of 7.95 @
165 mph with a small back off down the deep end, a little slower then what
the car has run but a little more stable down the track. The Mazda Rx3 had
some issues most of the night but managed to get it down the track for an 8
second pass, also off its best, but once sorted should be back down to
where it was running before.
Full Throttle Friday | Rotors vs Piston at HI RPM | Sydney Dragway
WATCH | LIKE & SHARE | Full Throttle is back at Sydney Dragway!! Rotor
mayhem!! George from Pac Performance runs the world Record once again for
the Worlds Fastest Rotary!! Plenty of PBs and insane Rotor Action!! I have
thrown in some crazy vas including a blast from the past!! the PAC VL that
sounds like a Rotor but is really powered by an RB Please leave your
comments below!! Cheers RG
Mazda Rx2 takeoff
A cool vintage old school Mazda 12a rotary warms up and blasts off from
Cars and Coffee Portland May 19th 2012
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Rotary Engine Breakthrough?
The Wankel engine always held out a lot of promise, but never was able to
fully deliver on those promises. It was never very fuel efficient, and the
Exhaust temperatures were very high.
But now an independent car tech thinks he has stumbled onto what held that
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Barra turbo conversion ~ PSIPOP Falcon
Ford Falcon ED complete with late model Barra DOHC 4.0L conversion makes
for loads of potential. Kristian's car is good for 150mph on lowish Boost. Along with forged internals, Garrett
turbo, Haltech E85 fuel system and 275
radial tyres the car snuck into the nines at the Ford Forum Nationals.
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Heathcote Park Raceway, Australia ~ June 7th 2014
How to Turbo - Part 1
After buying a Euro car last episode, Marty discovers he has not yet found
his perfect vehicle... In this extended episode, we reveal what he got, and
show how to make it faster.
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