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Mazda Rotary Engine PickUp R.E.P.U

Rotary Pickup The Rotary Pickup (REPU) was the world’s first and only Wankel engined pickup truck. It was sold from 1974 to 1977 and appears to have been available only in the United States and Canada. The Rotary Engined Pickup (REPU) had a four-port 1.3L 13B 4-barrel carbureted engine, flared fenders, battery mounted under the…

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It's pure beauty, overall, the color, chrome, rims, seats .. and a good dressing as 13B

RPC Reader’s Car: Mazda CosmoSport 110S From Japan

Today we have a special entrance, a beautiful Mazda Cosmo Sport (110S) This is one of those items that had long wanted to write. The first, the veteran of the rotary, the first model, the first design, the first two rotors Mazda went on sale. I’m a big fan of the rotary and I started…

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RPC Reader’s Car: Nissan Skyline Rotary Engine Powered

Rotary greetings to all! Maybe you will remember this article in which we advanced a preview of Rotary Power Crew reader’s car:  Preview article Today we bring the full entry where you can see all the information. Not without thanking as it corresponds to the vehicle owner for his selfless collaboration. This article has been…

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Rotary Engine 16X, Next Generation RENESIS

Next Generation RENESIS (Rotary Engine 16X) In 2007, the 40th anniversary year of Mazda’s rotary engine, Mazda announced a plan to develop the next generation Renesis (16X). The aim was to improve fuel economy and increase torque at all engine speeds through a redesign of its basic estructure. Three features Point1:  New dimensions. Higher thermal…

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