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> Engine weight table, your engine's weight goes here.
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Posted: Apr 4 2013, 12:08 AM


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Mazda

S4 13BT - 376 lbs
S4 13B - 337 lbs
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QUOTE (backalleyracer @ 4 hours, 4 minutes ago)
Mazda

S4 13BT - 376 lbs
S4 13B - 337 lbs

with or without transmission? wiring? alt? W/P? P/S? thats really light but thats expected for a rotary.
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Posted: Apr 4 2013, 06:59 AM


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QUOTE (Dorifuta @ 6 hours, 51 minutes ago)
Forgive me for my lack of knowledge, but when buying a rotary engine, what separates a long block from a short block? derp.gif

http://www.riceracing.com.au/13B-REW-engines.htm

Five seconds in Google. It's just like what I wrote above. You can't just throw a short block into a car and fire it up, it's missing critical components.
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QUOTE (Dorifuta @ 57 minutes, 11 seconds ago)
I was actually trying to be a smartass, since I know that there's no valvetrain/head on a rotary engine, the rotating assembly is the valvetrain. derp.gif

But damn, those Rice Racing engines are sex. Loving the precision work! wub.gif

.... so how do you ring up a rotary in a junkyard.... its technically not a block nor cylinder head, or anything like that..

a housing? $70 bux? whistling.gif

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Posted: Apr 4 2013, 03:45 PM


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It's tough with a rotary though, I'd consider a fully assembled keg a longblock, if you will.
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Posted: Apr 4 2013, 09:54 PM


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spaz is right, you call it a keg

You don't want to take the motor apart at the junkyard my friends smile.gif

oh - and those weights are without tranny, but EVERYTHING else

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