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Old 27-03-2018, 05:36 AM
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Now that's fast~!!
Faster now, but of much more importance is reliability and even more so durability, nothing beats RR in these key area's. Any kent can go onto Arsebook and hype the fuck out of a mad max E85 fuel can carrying POS that proliferates the gen zero run interwebz, but scant few can claim to have fast real road rotaries or any engine type for that matter

http://www.riceracing.com.au/rides/S...II_Charles.htm
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Old 09-04-2018, 02:02 PM
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Default Re: RX7 rotary power, meth or water?

Faster?

Bloody hell mate I cannot imagine what that car mustíve felt like :O

But yeah, very impressive!!!
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Old 10-04-2018, 07:03 AM
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Faster?

Bloody hell mate I cannot imagine what that car mustíve felt like :O

But yeah, very impressive!!!
Feels great according to customer, he has
630awhp EVO9
850bhp R34 GTR
modified R35 GTR
And none of these come close to the 13B RX7 (owners words) and backed up with data from the Life Racing and Syvecs electronics on them.

Currently we are up grading the R34 with an OS315 Tomei brand new motor to make it compete with the mighty Mazda, then no doubt the RX7 will need to lift itself however we are at the limits of 2WD (on semi slick rear tires) and the turbocharger is right on its speed limit.

So just more proof it was ever needed that WI can exceed any normal limits, and all without needing to fuck your car with an inferior comical E85 conversion
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Old 10-04-2018, 06:15 PM
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Default Re: RX7 rotary power, meth or water?

After looking at the do and don't do of using E85 I came to the conclusion of E85 produced many hassles in maintenance.

It drinks like a mofo.

It requires earlier oil change intervals.

It will be difficult to start the engine in cold weather if there is a high Ethanol content.

It isn't particularly kind for the fuel line and injector.

If left for days it may be difficult to start the car.

But more tuner prefers it than water methanol injection (including my STI engine tuner). Is it easier to tune an engine using E85 than WMI such as Aquamist?
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Old 10-04-2018, 08:04 PM
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Default Re: RX7 rotary power, meth or water?

It's just a fuel, and is no water injection. WI is superior in power production, engine longevity and car utilization.

You can teach common sense but you cant teach stupid.
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