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A new video of the taiki in the Netherlands leaving a carshow
Submitted by Joe Platano on Sunday, June 1, 2008 - 1:33pm

Go to this youtube link: http://youtube.com/watch?v=7XotU0CnlU0.
You'll hear it start up and then it gets loaded on to the lift, you hear it rev a little.
I think the 16x motor sounds like a periheral port.

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subject:
Yeah, interesting it is.
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date:
June 6, 2008 - 5:13pm
Could it mean that that Mazda is much closer to production of the taiki than we a re lead to believe?
And is the Taiki chasis a new chasis?

So what have you heard from the grapevine (or your insider), Dan?

Come on, I need some new info to keep my pipe dreams alive. You know?
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Interesting
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date:
June 5, 2008 - 7:30am
Normally these show cars are just that - for show. This one actually has an engine in it. While the RX-Evolv had an engine, and was powered, the First RX-8 concept show car had no engine.
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further
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June 4, 2008 - 3:38pm
Listening to it a little better.
You can hear high compression at the begining of the rev's.
When he starts it up, you hear a roar when it sparks.

This new motor is going to be fun to drive if we get the chance have a new Rx.

Dan;
What are you hearing from the grapevine on the inside of Mazda?

Share the wealth buddy.
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