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Australia has first rotary to run 200mph
Submitted by JETRX on Saturday, July 24, 2004 - 1:36am

Mazfix from Brisbane Australia has just run 6.996 @ 201.52MPH to become australa's first 6 sec Rotary and the worlds first rotary to Run 200MPH

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Is that possible? Hope it wil
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November 14, 2009 - 10:57am
Is that possible? Hope it will work as good as we informed. Waiting for the extreme action.

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I have 3 1983 RX7's GSL model
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November 1, 2009 - 8:57pm
I have 3 1983 RX7's GSL models. with me red Rx7 I ran low 15's stock. All i had was a racing beat header. A kid I know has a 350Z, and he talks alot of shit. I invited him to race me. I know he'll beat me but not by much.

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You mean first rotary to hit
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No Rotor
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July 30, 2004 - 1:56pm
You mean first rotary to hit 200 mph in the 1/4 mile right? Cause racing beat broke that speed a while back.
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first rotary
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No Rotor
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July 26, 2004 - 9:09am
the first rotary to run over 200 miles,is not in australia is in p.r.everybody knows that.siguel racing has been runing on 6's for the longest time.so u guy's better check your self before saying stuff like that.rotary32003@yahoo.com
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yes jose torres has been runn
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July 28, 2004 - 2:55am
yes jose torres has been running 6's for a long time but has not officially run 200mph!!!!
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To JETRX
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No Rotor
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September 8, 2004 - 2:51pm
I love rotary engines. Hope you do too. I did a project on them and recieved an A+. I've been around them since I was 4 years old, I'm 18 now. I've rebuilt them, but now wnat to race them. I love 12A engines. They last longer to me by experience. I researched for a month and found that there was a 12A 6-port. I wanted to know if you can find me an intake manifold for this engine. Ihave 3 1983 RX7's GSL models. with me red Rx7 I ran low 15's stock. All i had was a racing beat header. A kid I know has a 350Z, and he talks alot of shit. I invited him to race me. I know he'll beat me but not by much. I blew my motor 2 days before I raced him doing burnouts for about 10 minutes. Now he has twin turbo. I wanted to know if you can help me out and give me a good all motor combination so I can smoke his ass. But with a 12A engine if possible. Because I got 3 of those. I just want to prove to the people out here that rotary engines are great, reliable, and very fast for their size.
Please reply.
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Jose has been running
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No Rotor
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September 8, 2004 - 2:14pm
Jose ran 6's at 201mph.Thats good. Its also good to hear that Australia has a 200mph rotary. It doesn't matter who runs the best. At least we know people are representing rotaries and doing a good job at it.
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Turbo Rotary MX5
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No Rotor
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September 14, 2004 - 5:28pm
Have you guys come across any Turbo 13b MX5's?
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