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How Mazda Makes a Rotary Engine
Submitted by Berny Herrera on Friday, October 5, 2007 - 4:40pm

Mazda Japan has released a very interesting set of small videos that detail how it creates and builds its Rotary Engines.

In these English captioned videos, Mazda's RE craftsmen explain the four basic steps of the rotary engine manufacturing processes; casting, machining, sub-assembly (rotors) and main (engine) assembly and final QC inspection.

We found these interesting enough to share with all of our RN.Com readership.

You can view them online now at:

Mazda Rotary Engine Creation Process

The rest of this Mazda website also has some very interesting history and information, so feel free to browse around. Long Live the RE!!!

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subject:
Renesis Turbo is upcomming?
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October 23, 2007 - 6:32am
Looking at one of the last videos you can see a hydrogen powered engine with Turbo! Maybe we will finally see a RENESIS Turbo? I hope so!

REgards
Iwan
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