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Old 05-10-2008, 12:36 PM   #1
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Looks nice so far. 3 injectors per runner, crazy. Who made those fuel rails?
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Old 05-11-2008, 03:02 AM   #3
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Looks like 6 per runner... GODAMN!
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Old 05-12-2008, 11:54 AM   #4
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i cant wait to see the turbo for this thing! you are planning on filling the side ports in right? lol
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Old 05-12-2008, 01:49 PM   #5
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The turbo is a gt45r and yes the runers will be filled in. That was a mock up pic ..

Will have some update pics at the end off the week...

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come on man, at least go with a 55r! its p-port for god's sake! lol the intake runners are cast i noticed, did you buy them from someone or did you make a mold so you can mass produce them?
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come on man, at least go with a 55r! its p-port for god's sake! lol the intake runners are cast i noticed, did you buy them from someone or did you make a mold so you can mass produce them?

Yes i was thinking to go that big gt55r. For my a street 3 rotor pp it way to big and takes allot off engine bay room. With a 45r it will make plenty off street able power and some weekend drag racing. Yes some off you might say that a pp is not that street able to begin with. I'm not looking to have a dally driven 3 rotor pp rex any ways.

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The intake set up is done by Rohan at http://www.xtremerotaries.com/main2/...ice%20List.pdf
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All I can say is.... WOW!
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Wow indeed.
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you know you are a badass when extreme rotaries is on your rotor housings instead of mazda!
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Godamn that manifold is NICE!
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you know you are a badass when extreme rotaries is on your rotor housings instead of mazda!

^ I was wondering what that said.
Looks like it is setup for a dry sump. If I only had that much money.
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the rotors in the first post are lightened? That's the only think I can think of after seeing them machined like that.
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Hello All. Thank for the compliments.

Yes those are lightened rotors low comp..

I got my electric cal goodies in .
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