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The RX7 was the car that made the Rotary engine cool.With a displacement of only 1400cc it matches the power output of engines nearly twice that size.
The beauty of the Rotary engine is that it can enjoy much higher speeds without being subject to the same internal forces as a reciprocating engine.
This means that you have a lot of scope for increasing the power without having to resort to extensive modifications. The turbo engine gives a lot of scope for tuning with the addition of a larger turbo, a hybrid turbo (uprated internals in a standard case) or a twin turbo setup. We look at the tuning options for the RX7.
Mazda had great success with the RX7 and proved that a rotary engined car can be fun to drive. The successor came in the form the lovely RX8. It was leaps and bounds better than the RX7 in many respects.
The angular lines, edgy design and interior trim all won the hearts of RX8 around the world. Mazda dumped the Wankel engine in preference to their latest development the Renesis rotary engine.
We look at the benefits and disadvantages of solid flywheel conversions from a DMF and help you decide which is right for you.
It is our considered opinion that unless a car is used extensively for competition or off road you should stick with a DMF. The additional torque caused by tuning an engine or heavy competition use can quickly destroy a DMF. The solution would be to fit a stronger, higher performance DMF but the aftermarket industry seems geared up to offer solid ones as the upgrade option.