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Old 08-06-2012, 10:25 AM
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justinschmidt1
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Originally Posted by BabyGT View Post
Ha ha ha You guys joking cause he's got a 1.5, I have a 1.3 liter rx7 that regularly walks away from my buddies 06 gt. I've also been surprised by some civics that looked like that blowing my doors off..
First of all, comparing a rotary engine to a piston engine is just bad, its def. comparing apples to oranges.

Read this and learn something: http://www.drivingsports.com/site/20...e-equivalency/

"In a rotary engine, displacement is a bit trickier. Each rotor has three faces, or working chambers, and there are two rotors in a 13B engine. All six chambers have a displacement of 0.654 liters, but it takes three revolutions of the output shaft to bring all those chambers through a full cycle. Were it to be rated by the same method as a piston engine (chamber displacement times number of chambers), it would be called a 3.9 liter, which is hardly logical."

Also, im assuming this rx7 is boosted?

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