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Mazda RX-7 with a Six-Rotor Screaming at Rotary REunion

Mazda RX-7 with a Six-Rotor

Earlier this year Mukka Motorsport attended Rotary REunion with their wild Mazda RX-7 built by Humphries Steel & Performance in Palmerston North, New Zealand. What sets their RX-7 apart from every other one on Earth is the power plant. Sitting between the front chassis rails is a naturally aspirated six-rotor built by Pulse Performance Race Engines (PPRE). PPRE lists these engines on their website for $117,800. Behind the motor is a HGT Precision six-speed sequential transmission and Winters quick-change rear end. Listen to the unique engine in the video below.

Mazda RX-7 with a Six-Rotor

Source: Mukka Motorsport FB page and misfiRE

1 thought on “Mazda RX-7 with a Six-Rotor Screaming at Rotary REunion”

  1. Can’t get enough of this car. Love everything about it. It’s a genuinely amazing thing.
    The engine alone is just incredible… I had no idea it was this level of cost, but I should have. Dahm has been saying as much for years… “This is expensive” just doesn’t seem to hit home until you see it on a page with a price though. Incredible car.

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