Another Twin-Turbo Quad-Rotor</br> In The Mad Mike Stables
The Lure Of The Rotary

Am I the only one that categorises the rotary engine as an endangered species? Mazda is no longer producing any rotary-powered vehicles, and eventually the Japanese automaker will stop making replacement parts too. So as tired parts fail and get binned, what are we to do? Will Mazda step up sometime in the future and do something about this, or is history’s most simple and unique-sounding combustion engine well and truly doomed?

The future may be uncertain, but to tell you the truth, the present isn’t so bad. As we saw last month during 7’s Day celebrations, the Wankel still has quite the following in Japan and around the world, with pretty exciting builds happening all the time – one of which I’ve been anticipating for a long time.

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Talk about rotaries and sooner or later the name ‘Mad Mike Whiddett’ is going to be uttered. From the early days of his career in New Zealand to the international drift circuit, Mike has always waved the rotary flag high and proud. Now that he’s nothing short of a household name to anyone with even a remote of interest in cars and drifting, well, his builds pretty much define what badass rotary machines are all about.

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You name it, Mad Mike has done it: 2-rotor, 3-rotor, 4-rotor, naturally aspirated, turbocharged. We’ve all seen the crazy 1200hp RADBUL Miata/MX-5 that he and his crew put together for this year’s Formula D season, but while that car was being pieced together in New Zealand, there was another project brewing in Japan…

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I’ve met many professional drifters over the years, but Mad Mike has always stood out for his sheer passion for the sport. It’s this passion that’s pushed him to seek out as many experiences as possible, and that’s seen him enter and participate in countless series and exhibitions around the world. He’s a truly seasoned competitor, but driving in drifting’s spiritual motherland has always been at the top of his to-do list. His respect for the Japanese drivers has always attracted him to the D1 Grand Prix, and in the past he’s entered as many of those events as he’s been able to.

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And right alongside him in Japan has always been one man: Taisuke Kawato of Total Car Produce Magic. The cars that Kawato-san and Mike have built together over the years to compete in D1 have always stood out as some of the most unique. In fact, if wasn’t for these guys we would have never heard a naturally aspirated, 4-rotor FD3S RX-7 brap-brap-brap its way through door-to-door battles at tracks like Okayama, Fuji Speedway and the Odaiba carpark course. But with all focus now shifting towards Formula Drift Japan and the promise of a dedicated year-long championship from 2016, there was a need to create a car able to fend off the onslaught of 1000hp-plus 2JZ-powered machines.

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We first saw it in its almost completed state on the GCG stand at the Tokyo Auto Salon earlier this year, but now it’s all finished and ready to rock.

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Enter HUMBUL – named as such by Mike in a nod of respect to Kawato-san’s humble nature.

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Fuji’s Formula D round last month was the RX-7’s official debut, and the Mazda was literally finished only days before being transported up to Fuji from TCP Magic’s HQ in Hyogo. Mad Mike flew in to Japan a few days prior to help Kawato-san complete the car and get it all ready for its first round of competition.

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Let’s start with the looks first…  It might not do such a great job of highlighting the TCP Magic G-Face full aero kit that lies beneath, but the flat-black treatment is menacing to say the least. When it comes to RX-7 kits, this has to be one of my favourite out there. It manages to look like nothing else that’s ever been produced for the FD (and that says a lot!), and at the same time is brutally modern with crisp, edgy-lines and by far the sexiest front fenders ever made.

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Add a ton of carbon fiber highlights in the front and rear and you have a car with some seriously mean presence. I really like how they’ve added a through-the-bumper-mounted Rocket Bunny spoiler to finish off the rear in a unique way.

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6666 Customs cut-out wing stays are stabilised through a pair of aluminium rods, and to top things off the murdered-out taillights house Car Shop Glow LED lights.

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Like all of Mad Mike’s cars, HUMBUL sits extra low, sporting just the right sort of stance. It’s something he always makes sure his car accomplish, no matter what!

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RAYS collaborated on the build, which is a great thing as the overall modern direction this car is going for with the TCP Magic kit is truly emphasised with Gram Lights 57 Xtreme wheels. The 18-inch wheels run 235/40 Nitto NT05 rubber on the 9.5-inch wide fronts, with chunkier 275/35s on the 10.5-inch wide rears.

Have a little peek through the central opening on the rear bumper – where a license plate would normally be found – and you begin to see that this car’s beauty isn’t just skin deep.

A Work Of Art
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From the beginning, Mike and Kawato-san had the sole intention of making this a winner. No detail was left up to chance and everything had to be ready for the strain and abuse of battling the most powerful cars and strongest contenders in Formula D Japan.

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Lift the lightweight bonnet and you just can’t help but grin. Has an engine ever looked so evil? Probably only the other quad-rotor, twin-turbo that powers RADBUL!

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There is no question about it – this is a motor with serious balls. Four digits worth of raucous, buzzing, brapping, responsive, back-firing rotary glory.

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The more you stare at this custom creation, the more that initial visual complexity disappears. Your eyes begin to delve beneath the shiny polished piping and intake plenum. At the heart of it all is a custom-built and bridge-ported 26B engine that was hand-built by Kawato-san using four 13B housings and modified rotors topped off with TCP Magic 3-piecce apex seals, and a custom eccentric shaft. Sitting on custom headers are a pair of GCG GTX3582 turbos each dumping excess gasses via Turbosmart wastegates. It’s a mind-blowing setup to see, as quad-rotors are rare enough of a sight, let alone with two big snails in the mix.

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The engine runs on E85 fuel supplied by a primary set of 1000cc/min injectors and then a secondary set of 2000cc/min squirters, all handled by Haltech’s latest Elite 2500 ECU.

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The result is a nice and even 1000hp, delivered in a totally rotary-like fury of response and violence. To cope with all of this might, the driveline has been built with top-of-the-line components that include a a Holinger 6-speed sequential gearbox, Exedy twin-plate carbon clutch, carbon prop-shaft, a Autosport Dynamics built Winters Performance Quick Change rear end and driveshafts from The Driveshaft Shop. Like I said, nothing has been left up to chance.

Since no words could possibly ever be sufficient in describing the sound and wall of noise that this engine throws at you, here is Kawato-san cranking the 4-rotor into life and driving the car onto the transporter at the end of the Fuji FD Japan round. You might want to turn your speakers up right about now!

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With HUMBUL completed just before the event, there was no time to give it a quick shakedown. The car’s first competitive outing was to be its first test, and as with many things of this complexity, it didn’t go according to plan. Mike had a few goes out on track before the car developed some issues and the team were forced to retire it. But that’s okay, they’ll be back for the next round at Suzuka Twin in September.

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Lift off the rear gate and again your eyes begin to indulge in the excellence of execution that’s gone into the chassis prep and overall layout of the components used.

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The majority of space is take up by the large fuel cell, but right in front of it are the required number of Bosch fuel pumps to supply the massive injectors that quench the quad-rotor’s thirst for E85. Behind the cell, most of the chassis has been cut out and the resulting space provides the perfect home for the relocated radiator.

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It all completes what is one of the most intricately pieced together FD3S ever to have been created in Japan.

Step Inside Mike’s Office
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Take a step inside and for a second you can imagine what it must be like for Mike to fling HUMBUL sideways at ridiculous speeds.

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To do so safely and comfortably he relies on a few choice goodies, like the thick-rimmed Key’s Racing steering wheel which is mounted on a quick-release boss.

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This is necessary to enter and exit the massively-supportive Bride bucket seat which is equipped with a Takata Drift harness to keep Mike safely strapped in.

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The cockpit is totally built around him, with every control at Mike’s fingertips. That includes the Haltech IQ3 dash unit which relays every possible bit of information from the Elite 2500 ECU

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The tall black shifter is easily accessible, allowing Mike to machine-gun up the gears to pile speed on, before yanking on the billet hydraulic e-brake and initiating the drift.

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I love how the large-diameter intake pipe connecting the intercooler with the custom intake plenum has to be kept so big that it couldn’t clear the bodywork. So they just cut the bumper and bonnet up to allow it to peak through.

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It’s one in a long list of things that make this such a special car, built with only one job to do – and that’s provide Mike with the best possible drift-specific platform he could ever wish to have in Japan.

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The car never actually made it onto the track on Sunday when I checked out the event, so I have yet to hear this beast at full chat, all four-rotors screaming as they are being force-fed 1.0-bar of intake charge. It might not have had the best of first outings, but when you build custom cars with custom engines things can, and most probably will, go wrong. I’m sure Kawato-san has already squared out the problems and has HUMBUL in tip-top condition for Mike to do his thing with!

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I'm typically not a jealous person, but God Fucking Damn it... Mad Mike just continues to killed it with each and absolutely every car he puts out on track. How bout adding him and his cars as dlc in the upcoming need for speed? I'd love to at least be able to pretend to drive his rides. Please, keep it up!

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Brilliant.

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"Am I the only one that categorises the rotary engine as an endangered species? Mazda is no longer producing any rotary-powered vehicles, and eventually the Japanese automaker will stop making replacement parts too. So as tired parts fail and get binned, what are we to do? "


If Mazda doesn't bring another Wankel to production I see only people with deep pockets carrying the rotary torch in the future.  Currently there are a few smart people CNC machining their own rotors and housings, but if it can't be mass produced it won't be affordable.  So I suppose it will be like vintage racing engines that specialists keep running.  That'd be a shame because rotaries were the budget engine for club racers.

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"Am I the only one that categorises the rotary engine as an endangered species? Mazda is no longer producing any rotary-powered vehicles, and eventually the Japanese automaker will stop making replacement parts too. So as tired parts fail and get binned, what are we to do? "


If Mazda doesn't bring another Wankel to production I see only people with deep pockets carrying the rotary torch in the future.  Currently there are a few smart people CNC machining their own rotors and housings, but if it can't be mass produced it won't be affordable.  So I suppose it will be like vintage racing engines that specialists keep running.  That'd be a shame because rotaries were the budget engine for club racers.

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"Am I the only one that categorises the rotary engine as an endangered species? Mazda is no longer producing any rotary-powered vehicles, and eventually the Japanese automaker will stop making replacement parts too. So as tired parts fail and get binned, what are we to do? "


If Mazda doesn't bring another Wankel to production I see only people with deep pockets carrying the rotary torch in the future.  Currently there are a few smart people CNC machining their own rotors and housings, but if it can't be mass produced it won't be affordable.  So I suppose it will be like vintage racing engines that specialists keep running.  That'd be a shame because rotaries were the budget engine for club racers.

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The Rocket Bunny kits on MADBUL and RADBUL are awesome, but frankly I think this TCP-Magic kit and the way the whole car is tied together blows them out of the water. MADBUL and RADBUL are the epitome of how drift cars have evolved in terms of looks, and they can't be mistaken for anything else. HUMBUL, on the other hand, wouldn't look all too out of place going 110% on a lap against the clock at WTAC. I can't get enough of it.

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Well, we got his RX8 back in Shift 2 and the Hoonicorn is confirmed, so its definitely in the cards. That would be awesome if we could get one of his cars. Hell, we may even be able to make replicas. A TCP Magic kit for the FD probably isn't too much to ask for.

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Cool. Where does the exhaust exit?
I cant see it in the pics.

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Cool. Where does the exhaust exit?
I cant see it in the pics.

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Great googly moogly that thing is GORGEOUS

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Great googly moogly that thing is GORGEOUS

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I love the sound of angry cold rotaries in the morning!

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I love the sound of angry cold rotaries in the morning!

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Pete the perfect pilot

Mad mikes builds are so inspired! As a lifelong rotor fan, and always having 1 rotor car on the driveway for the past 20 years, mike, as a fellow Rotorhead, has introduced me to his world, the world of drifting. Having previously been a keen f1 fan, and Sportscars, especially the Grouo C sportscars, i am increasingly finding my choice is to tune in to formula drift. The cars are pretty awesome, but personally id prefer it if there was more relevance to the brand. ie, the donor engine needs to be from the same family as the chassis. 

Its nothing short of spectacular what mikes achieved. PPRE who build his amazing engines in little old Wanganui, have achieved what the best of mazdaspeeds factory programme struggled with. So huge credit to Warren and his team. Mazda is due massive credit, not sure if its mazda japan, or Mazda New Zealand, but if its just Mazda NZ, then Mazda Japan needs to get on board as well!

Although it was great to see the other drifters tearing up lord marchs driveway, it was Mad Mike that was again the star drifter at Goodwood this year, and Mazda, Rotary fans and the sport of drifting couldnt have a better brand ambassador. Go Mad Mike, keep it ROTARY, Rotary for life!

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Pete the perfect pilot

Mad mikes builds are so inspired! As a lifelong rotor fan, and always having 1 rotor car on the driveway for the past 20 years, mike, as a fellow Rotorhead, has introduced me to his world, the world of drifting. Having previously been a keen f1 fan, and Sportscars, especially the Grouo C sportscars, i am increasingly finding my choice is to tune in to formula drift. The cars are pretty awesome, but personally id prefer it if there was more relevance to the brand. ie, the donor engine needs to be from the same family as the chassis. 

Its nothing short of spectacular what mikes achieved. PPRE who build his amazing engines in little old Wanganui, have achieved what the best of mazdaspeeds factory programme struggled with. So huge credit to Warren and his team. Mazda is due massive credit, not sure if its mazda japan, or Mazda New Zealand, but if its just Mazda NZ, then Mazda Japan needs to get on board as well!

Although it was great to see the other drifters tearing up lord marchs driveway, it was Mad Mike that was again the star drifter at Goodwood this year, and Mazda, Rotary fans and the sport of drifting couldnt have a better brand ambassador. Go Mad Mike, keep it ROTARY, Rotary for life!

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Pete the perfect pilot

Mad mikes builds are so inspired! As a lifelong rotor fan, and always having 1 rotor car on the driveway for the past 20 years, mike, as a fellow Rotorhead, has introduced me to his world, the world of drifting. Having previously been a keen f1 fan, and Sportscars, especially the Grouo C sportscars, i am increasingly finding my choice is to tune in to formula drift. The cars are pretty awesome, but personally id prefer it if there was more relevance to the brand. ie, the donor engine needs to be from the same family as the chassis. 

Its nothing short of spectacular what mikes achieved. PPRE who build his amazing engines in little old Wanganui, have achieved what the best of mazdaspeeds factory programme struggled with. So huge credit to Warren and his team. Mazda is due massive credit, not sure if its mazda japan, or Mazda New Zealand, but if its just Mazda NZ, then Mazda Japan needs to get on board as well!

Although it was great to see the other drifters tearing up lord marchs driveway, it was Mad Mike that was again the star drifter at Goodwood this year, and Mazda, Rotary fans and the sport of drifting couldnt have a better brand ambassador. Go Mad Mike, keep it ROTARY, Rotary for life!

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Pete the perfect pilot

Mad mikes builds are so inspired! As a lifelong rotor fan, and always having 1 rotor car on the driveway for the past 20 years, mike, as a fellow Rotorhead, has introduced me to his world, the world of drifting. Having previously been a keen f1 fan, and Sportscars, especially the Grouo C sportscars, i am increasingly finding my choice is to tune in to formula drift. The cars are pretty awesome, but personally id prefer it if there was more relevance to the brand. ie, the donor engine needs to be from the same family as the chassis. 

Its nothing short of spectacular what mikes achieved. PPRE who build his amazing engines in little old Wanganui, have achieved what the best of mazdaspeeds factory programme struggled with. So huge credit to Warren and his team. Mazda is due massive credit, not sure if its mazda japan, or Mazda New Zealand, but if its just Mazda NZ, then Mazda Japan needs to get on board as well!

Although it was great to see the other drifters tearing up lord marchs driveway, it was Mad Mike that was again the star drifter at Goodwood this year, and Mazda, Rotary fans and the sport of drifting couldnt have a better brand ambassador. Go Mad Mike, keep it ROTARY, Rotary for life!

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Have you guys ever heard of Ben Morgonrood? The South African racer of rotary powered cars the 70s and the early naughties. He used to race a four rotor in the early nineties too. Those Mazdas were brilliant.

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Have you guys ever heard of Ben Morgonrood? The South African racer of rotary powered cars the 70s and the early naughties. He used to race a four rotor in the early nineties too. Those Mazdas were brilliant.

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Have you guys ever heard of Ben Morgonrood? The South African racer of rotary powered cars the 70s and the early naughties. He used to race a four rotor in the early nineties too. Those Mazdas were brilliant.

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Epic!

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Epic!

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Epic!

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JoshuaWhitcombe

@Mick I believe it dumps just behind the diff, that has become the norm for a lot of drift cars these days, I know the exhaust on RADBUL dumps out by the diff.

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JoshuaWhitcombe

@Mick I believe it dumps just behind the diff, that has become the norm for a lot of drift cars these days, I know the exhaust on RADBUL dumps out by the diff.

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JoshuaWhitcombe

@Mick I believe it dumps just behind the diff, that has become the norm for a lot of drift cars these days, I know the exhaust on RADBUL dumps out by the diff.

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JoshuaWhitcombe

@Mick I believe it dumps just behind the diff, that has become the norm for a lot of drift cars these days, I know the exhaust on RADBUL dumps out by the diff.

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Engines failing after 40k kms in brand new cars even with all the nonsense "precautions", using extreme amounts of fuel and oil, etc..
Its not THAT unique enough.

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Engines failing after 40k kms in brand new cars even with all the nonsense "precautions", using extreme amounts of fuel and oil, etc..
Its not THAT unique enough.

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I was excited at first because I thought it was a time attack car.

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Smiggins Few geometry tweaks and it could be ;)

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speedhunters_dino

Smiggins Few geometry tweaks and it could be ;)

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One of the most sick RX-7s that I ever see, it would be awesome see it on a hillclimb pass...

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The 4G63 has got to be another of those endangered species of engines

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About the rotary being an endangered species, I think if there is an aftermarket company out there that is willing to make replacement parts the engine will never go extinct.

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About the rotary being an endangered species, I think if there is an aftermarket company out there that is willing to make replacement parts the engine will never go extinct.

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The best drift car ever made... Hope Mad Mike makes it shine on his next outing...U0001f44cU0001f3fb

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The best drift car ever made... Hope Mad Mike makes it shine on his next outing...U0001f44cU0001f3fb

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It's been awhile since I actually wet my pants reading an article.  As a fellow 7 owner I feel for Mike!  Owning a rotary def isn't easy.  Hope Mike will never let his passion for the 7 die.  Bounce back and show em who's king out there with this mad beast.

This 7 is truly an icon or the demi god of all 7's man.  Absolutely stunning build and captured beautifully.  Making me re-consider which body kit to purchase now guys!!!!!!

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Smiggins Me too! Would rather see something like this setup to pound out fast laps. It's a pretty bitchin car, just funny to think of all the work that went into this just to scrub off all that speed while sideways. Pretty cool though!

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Finally!! He's ditched that  "Metal Militia, I got a sick as rotor gee" Bogan from Fielding look,  for a sweet sweet mean looking race car.  I love it!

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Maybe Mazda should consider the N/A 20b as the next motor to mass produce. It doesn't have to be turbo charged and it should be able to make decent amount of power.
When Toyota came out the 2jz, Nissan responded with the RB and Mazda responded with the 13b rew. Fast forward to now and we have the new frs/86 from toyota/Subaru and where is Nissan and Mazda? Nissan needs to come out with either a whole new sports car OR continue with a new Z car and Mazda needs to come out with a new rotary powered car. Easier said than done but still, I wish someone would step their game up and compete with the new frs/brz/86.

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@Tom Unfortunately, rotaries have notoriously horrible emissions and high fuel consumption. The 13B is bad, the 20B is worse. Even if it was MSP it would struggle to get more than 20 MPG and pass a sniffer. I don't foresee it happening unless Mazda steps their game up with the rotary and goes to direct injection with it. Possibly with a continuously variable inlet port to act as a sort of "VVT" to alter port timing in relation to engine load in an attempt to bring emissions down under idle and low load, while still keeping a broad, wholesome powerband.

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@Tom Unfortunately, rotaries have notoriously horrible emissions and high fuel consumption. The 13B is bad, the 20B is worse. Even if it was MSP it would struggle to get more than 20 MPG and pass a sniffer. I don't foresee it happening unless Mazda steps their game up with the rotary and goes to direct injection with it. Possibly with a continuously variable inlet port to act as a sort of "VVT" to alter port timing in relation to engine load in an attempt to bring emissions down under idle and low load, while still keeping a broad, wholesome powerband.

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Sweet. Baby. Jesus!

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Sweet. Baby. Jesus!

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@Tom Nissan have the R35 and the 370Z, also the v6 Skyline GT Coupe aka the infiniti g35/g37 and I'm not sure about Mazda haha their flagship sports car would be the MX-5. They're more interested in producing things like the Mazdaspeed3. Pretty sure the bigger models compete in v8 supercars with the likes of Holden and Toyota/Lexus and Ford down in Australia, I may be way off the mark.

A better question would be where is Mitsubishi :P

But yes closest competitor to the brz/86 in terms of price and similar stats would possibly be the 370z and Miata... hardly strong competition when you had the equivalent of a west coast east coast hip hop beef in the 90s JDM sports car market.

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Do you think it would be possible for you to feature the Sexy Knights FD3S

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@Tom 
I've alway thought and many others like me, that the RB came first then Toyota response to Nissan with a Yamaha unit, which later became the legendary JZ. I think Nissan has currently the upper hand in Japanese motorsports, pretty much similar to 1980's era, the GTR took all the flash lights, and there's the wonderful 370z (needs to shed some fat though)
I would raise a similar question like John Key NZ  Where is the Mitsubishi 3000 GT/GTO?
and perhaps with a higher tone I would say, Where is the Supra & the RX#?

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zZStarThunderZz

miornaim BlackPanthaaYT I would try doing that any day

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zZStarThunderZz

miornaim BlackPanthaaYT I would try doing that any day

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zZStarThunderZz BlackPanthaaYT ahahahah yep

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Is this running peripheral ports?

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Is this running peripheral ports?

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DerekAlexander It does not appear so. There are two intake runners per rotor housing based on the intake design.

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DerekAlexander It does not appear so. There are two intake runners per rotor housing based on the intake design.

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Make sure you guys check out this post in presentation mode.

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ravesilly There are several out there making them now. They're just not cheap.

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Gianluca FairladyZ

That's a lot of Braappppbrappppbraaaappppppppppp!!! and i LOVE it!

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Such an awesome car driven by an awesome dude!

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speedhunters_dino Smiggins Im guessing drifting brings in more money than time attack. Sort of like professional wrestling vs real wrestling.

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speedhunters_dino Smiggins Im guessing drifting brings in more money than time attack. Sort of like professional wrestling vs real wrestling.

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John Key NZ The MPS / MazdaSpeed cars are underrated!

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would make a pretty sick TA car!

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DerekAlexander its running a bridgeport

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DerekAlexander its running a bridgeport

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What happened to that prototype 16x wankel that mazda had on show a few years ago......that was N/A with better.......everything (or so was told). Or why hasn't someone in engineering thought about these motors and thought about redevelopment......
This is a beast and a new icon, hes must have the BEST 4 cars garage with that Rx8, Mx5 and 2 Rx7s.....dreams may come true.

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It's unfortunatly due to fuel efficiency. Mazda has hinted at a rotary car for a while, I'm not sure if the project is dead or what's going on.

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very good sir Mad Mike

I have a project of a rx7 1984 Mazda and want to put motor 4 rotor 13B and need to know if by way you could purchase a 4 complete rotor, of course not with the modificciones you make it to their engines but with Porting Overlap for my prollecto , how much that engine?

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or buy a crankshaft 26B 13B

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the car was very good 
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