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Old 06-09-2010, 06:44 PM   #1
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so i was reading up on rotary engines and found out that they could make a whole lot of power whill still remaining at 2.0L or smaller....has any1 ever put a rotary engine on a MKIII supra?
What do you guys think? i just want to hear opinions, i dont plan on doing this, im happy with my 7m

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so i was reading up on rotary engines and found out that they could make a whole lot of power whill still remaining at 2.0L or smaller....has any1 ever put a rotary engine on a MKIII supra?
What do you guys think? i just want to hear opinions, i dont plan on doing this, im happy with my 7m
the supra is way too heavy for a rotary they make loads of power but no torque and you need torque to get 3400lbs going the great thing about rotary engines is that they rev out to 12-13k or higher very easily and make power straight through the rpm range but at like 1000hp theyll make about 400ftlbs or less
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hmm fullthrottle we should patent an idea of combing the toque of an piston engine and the HP of a rotary, like a hybrid lol

now that i think about it, that would be AWESOME...your have the best torque and HP with an high redline

anyone here has a masters degree in mechanical engineering?
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leave the wankel in a mazda
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ya is u say "Mazda" slowly kinda sounds like "Rotary". haha just kidding but leave it in the Mazda... =D
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lol yea i could do that...ok another idea, a rotary engine on a rc car lol
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lol yea i could do that...ok another idea, a rotary engine on a rc car lol
only thing ive ever seen a rotary good in besides an rx7-8 is a suzuki samurai i know a guy running a rx7 turbo engine and trans in his it runs awesome but only because hes running 1st gear=3.5 tcase 4-1 tcase 4-1 axles 5.13 thats a very low ratio final drive of 287-1 but he can run 1st gear through 12k so it actually gets up and goes lol helps that a sami only weighs like 1500 lbs
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the supra is way too heavy for a rotary they make loads of power but no torque and you need torque to get 3400lbs going the great thing about rotary engines is that they rev out to 12-13k or higher very easily and make power straight through the rpm range but at like 1000hp theyll make about 400ftlbs or less
Ive built a couple rx7 in my day... And by all means... your comment.

But... one mans word of mouth wont speak... so ill show u different with the internet... wikipedia
The 13B-DEI was turbocharged in 1986. It features the newer four-injector fuel injection of the 6PI engine, but lacks that engine's eponymous variable intake system. In '86-'88 engines the twin-scroll turbocharger is fed using a two-stage mechanically actuated valve, however on '89-'91 engines a better turbo design was used with a divided manifold powering the twin-scroll configuration. For engines manufactured between '86-'88 output is rated at 185 hp (138 kW) at 6500 rpm and 248 Nm (183 ftlbf) at 3500 rpm.
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