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Old 01-15-2020, 08:14 PM   #1
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Cool 12 Year Old Liam Maddox First 13b Rx7 Rotary Engine Build

Worlds youngest rotary engine builder! I am pretty stoked to see another generation getting into them! Keeping them alive!


His next build is just getting started! He has began the clean up and prep to build his next 13b for his SA22. This will be a fun build and I will have him jump on to make a write up or I will make one for him when it gets going good! The motor is going to be unique! We are taking GSLSE irons and rotors and using s5 housings custom grooved to remove the water seals from the motor. No water seals to fail, 3mm apex seals, should be a long lasting beatable track motor!

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Old 01-16-2020, 07:48 PM   #2
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So explain why this is in the 2nd gen section?

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Maybe the kid was using an fc 13b in his builds. It's nice to see younger people interested in rotaries though.
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