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Old 09-26-2013, 03:52 PM   #1
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Default PNW Rotary Shops and Mechanics

Here is a listing of shops here in the PNW that work on Rotaries. It's getting harder to find one, so hopefully this list will help people.

Washington:

Jerry's Little Car Shop
www.mazdasonly.com
1517 Central Avenue South Kent, WA 98032
(253) 854-9601

Notes: General service. Works on Miata's, First, Second, and Thirdgen. Has been known to not want to work on modified FD's.

Intek Racing
www.intekracing.com
25911 104th Ave SE Kent, WA 98030
(253) 872-0872

Notes: General service and tuning. Wide range of cars.

Atkins Rotary Specialties
www.atkinsrotary.com
41026 Ski Park Rd E
Eatonville, WA 98328
P: (360) 832-1990

Notes: Rotary engine rebuild parts, porting, balancing, engine parts, rebuilt motors.

Jeff's Automotive
www.mazdamanor.com
13815 Canyon Rd E Puyallup, WA 98373
(253) 537-8075

Notes: General service.



Not shops, but recommended people on various forums:
Jesus Cales-Rodriguez
Fort Lewis, WA

Notes: Engine builder, porting, general mechanic work. Appointment only- you can find him on Facebook.



Oregon:

Portland Area

Pineapple Racing
www.pineappleracing.com
1059 Northwest Corporate Drive
Troutdale, Oregon 97060
(503) 233-3878

Notes: Engine builder, porting, rebuild kits, engine parts.


Track Forged
www.trackforged.com
9324 NE Colfax St Portland, OR 97220
(503) 674-0293

Notes: General service, upgrades, tuning.


VIP Performance
www.vip-performance.com
8216 NE Sacramento St Portland, OR 97220
(503) 257-1110

Notes: General service, upgrades, tuning.


FD3S Engineering
www.fd3sengineering.com
5039410465

Notes: General service, upgrades, parts. Appointment only.


Kurt Robinson
http://www.kurtrobertsonmazda.com/
503-829-6054

Notes: Engine builder, porting, chassis/engine parts. Old school parts.


With any shop, research and referrals are your best way to prevent being ripped off. Do your research, call around, and make up your own mind who you want working on your car.






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obviously as you post kurt and forged, us all knowing you think they are thieves and incompetent builders/tuners, this is clearly you promoting FD3S and Pineapple. Duh The others are just random tuner shops. i got tons of nissan and suby shops, do they do rotary? would you send you're car to these shops? If anyone did any shopping around and learned a thing or two about you, they would know that is a big fuck no haha...
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Old 10-07-2013, 09:44 PM   #3
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Im in spokane wa


Rotary Automotive.
509-217-7867
Rotaryautomotive@gmail.com

I build engines, tune, fabricate, general service, Upgrades, mechanic work. I also do general automotive repair work
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Jerry's little Cars

Damn, I used to go there back in the 80's. Glad to see he's still around.

The other shops back there was Haynes in (I think) Bellevue and another guy in the Burien/White Center who I'm embarrassed I can't recall his name considering how much work he did for me.
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Im in spokane wa


Rotary Automotive.
509-217-7867
Rotaryautomotive@gmail.com

I build engines, tune, fabricate, general service, Upgrades, mechanic work. I also do general automotive repair work
+1 for this shop, heard nothing but good things about him!
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Typical Joe Maddox (JM Classic Imports) build?
0 psi on rear rotor as delivered!!

http://www.rx7club.com/2nd-generatio...tempt-1049229/
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Old 10-24-2013, 12:06 PM   #7
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lol Spam posts are funny.... No the motor is not blown. Crisco hardens when you let a new motor sit, a seal is stuck and the lard is holding it. Simple fix, but surprise, a kid with a fc and no mechanical background is having a hard time installing a new motor into a old car. That never happens. XD
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and it becomes more complicated when you are installing an engine that won't start even if everything WAS perfect.

why would assembling an engine with a material that has a shelf life and letting it sit for an extended period of time before selling that engine sound like a good idea?

you're making plenty of arguments why you think all of this is ok when you should be the one doing less typing and more to fix the issue. take a second to put yourself in his shoes, he spent $1500 for the engine, put it in, it wouldn't start, compression test came out very depressing, he took the advice to pull start it and that failed and now what? not to mention you put in the engine you bought and it started pissing coolant, the rear iron was mismatched so you needed a new sensor, you spent more to get it running than it should have taken and now it still won't run. do you think you would be happy about all those events? even i tried to give it the benefit of the doubt but when the pull start failed i think you're both up shit creek on this one.
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Like pineapple racing as listed above?


Personal attacks are old.

I'm noticing it seems it is all business posting here. Not one post here is by a non shop owner lol
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Hey Joe your a scammer and where banned from here once. Why are you back with a new name?
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No. That user is not banned either. Clearly you are not holding any accurate information.
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No. That user is not banned either. Clearly you are not holding any accurate information.
Clearly your lies have already started.
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Wait. So joemaddox banned for not being a vendor has something to do with Jared carpenter?

Your clearly a troll lol
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I will not be responding to you anymore. I do not feed trolls.
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