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Stage 3 Rebuilt Rotary Engine
Stage 3 Rebuilt Rotary Engine


 

Product Code: 3-YEAR-UNLIMITED-MILE-WARRANTY


Product Cost 3:
84-85 13B [Add $4,399.00]
86-88 non turbo [Add $3,799.00]
89-91 non turbo [Add $3,899.00]
87-88 13B Turbo [Add $3,899.00]
89-91 13B Turbo [Add $3,899.00]
93-95 13B Twin Turbo---Manual transmission [Add $4,799.00]
93-95 13B Twin Turbo----Automatic Transmission [Add $5,099.00]
rx8 04-11 [Add $4,999.00]

Engine porting:
None
Street Port (Mild) [Add $150.00]Streetable Intake Porting involves changing the size, shape, position, and surface finish of the ports and port runners. The power increase from porting varies, depending on the other modifications made to the engine, but averages 5 percent. Low-RPM torque is reduced slightly, but idle is still smooth. Intake porting includes two primary and two secondary ports.
Street Port (Wild) [Add $295.00]Streetable Intake Porting involves changing the size, shape, position, and surface finish of the ports and port runners. The power increase from porting varies, depending on the other modifications made to the engine, but averages 10 percent. Low-RPM torque is reduced slightly, but idle is still smooth. Intake porting includes two primary and two secondary ports.
Street Port (Extreme) [Add $425.00]Streetable Intake and Exhaust Porting involves changing the size, shape, position, and surface finish of the ports and port runners. The power increase from porting varies, depending on the other modifications made to the engine, but averages 20 percent. Low-RPM torque is reduced slightly, but idle is still smooth. Intake porting includes two primary and two secondary ports. Exhaust porting includes both exhaust ports (turbo housings only).

Engine Core Charge:
86-91 Non Turbo [Add $800.00]
86-91 Turbo [Add $1,000.00]
93 and up [Add $1,000.00]

Engine Option 1:
None
Brap Brap porting [Add $125.00]Can be added to any porting job, or all by itself, gives the engine that famous sound.

Engine Option 2:
None
Polished rotors [Add $50.00]Polishing the rotors helps keep the Carbon from sticking to them, well worth the money

Engine Option 3:
None
Corner seal spring upgrade [Add $30.00]The 93 and up engines already use these springs because they are better. If you are ordering a 84-91 engine make sure you select this option

Engine Option 4:
None
3mm apex seal upgrade [Add $325.00]We machine both rotors to except the more durable 3mm apex seals, for a more bullet proof engine select this option.

Engine Option 5:
None
Powdercoat engine housings [Add $150.00]Powder coated surfaces are more resistant to chipping, scratching, fading, and wearing than other finishes.

Engine Option 6:
None
Super Apex Seals [Add $150.00]These seals are more durable, and are designed for the high boost engines.

Engine Option 7:
None
Engine Balancing [Add $400.00]If you intend your race engine to run above 8,500 RPM or if the engine is a non-standard assembly, we recommend balancing the rotating assembly. The rotating assembly includes both rotors, main pulley, front and rear counterweights, and the eccentric shaft.

Engine Option 8:
None
Rear Modified Stationary Gear [Add $289.32]Our Type I Modified Stationary Gears are strongly recommended for engines which are regularly running near or above 8,500 RPM. These gears have had several machining modifications performed, as well as heat-treating of the teeth to improve fatigue resistance and yield strength, includes a three-window bearing and is intended for high power output racing engines

Engine Option 9:
None
Modified Front Stationary Gear 13B [Add $189.21]Our Type II Modified Stationary Gears areType II Modified Stantionar based on the 1992 stock front and rear stationary gears. modified stationary gears include gas nitriding and screw-lock bearings, a machined step to accommodate the large diameter thrust bearings and related components, and an improved bearing with a matching oil groove.

Engine Option 10:
None
Race Clearancing of Rotors [Add $225.00]Race clearancing of rotors is recommended for engines operating at or above 8,500 RPM. The clearancing machining process removes material from both sides of the rotor to minimize the likelihood of contact with the side housings in high horsepower, high RPM engines.

Engine Option 11:
None
Mazda Factory Race Rotor Bearings [Add $250.00]Mazda Factory Race (MFR) Rotor Bearings are the best bearings available for engine operation near or above 8,500 RPM. These MFR rotor bearings are manufactured with a deep groove for additional oil storage and offer an additional .0005-inch (approx.) clearance.

Engine Option 12:
None
ENG STUD KIT 13B Standard [Add $349.00]Studs are less prone to stretching under high boost applications. More accurate tensioning of engine. Less chance of bolt breakage. High quality 12-point nuts rated at 180,000 PSI tensile strength. Studs manufactured from 4140 chrome moly, heat treated, centreless ground and black oxided. Note the standard factory manual flywheel cannot be used with the Stud Kit.

Engine Option 13:
None
ENG STUD KIT 13B Oversized [Add $1,250.00]The High Strength Oversized stud kit eliminates the need for doweling the engine block. All studs act as dowels which massively increases torsionial strength 70%. Rotor housing deflection reduced - increases apex seal life. Less material machined from housings and plates than with doweling, reducing the possibility of cracking. High boost engine expansion reduced. Studs are less prone to stretching under high boost applications. More accurate tensioning of engine. Less chance of bolt breakage. High quality 12-point nuts rated at 180,000 PSI tensile strength. Studs manufactured from 4140 chrome moly, heat treated, centreless ground and black oxided. Note the standard factory manual flywheel cannot be used with the Stud Kit.

Engine Option 14:
None
Heavy Duty Water Seal kit [Add $199.00]significant upgrade over the stock OEM coolant seals.

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Description
 
Stage 3 is the same as the Stage 2 rebuild except it has new rotor housings.  Every engine goes through a 5 stage cleaning process.  A detailed inspection of every part to ensure only the very best parts are used. Engines are rebuilt with new internal seals, Bearings and gaskets. Final assembly of the engine includes setting all clearances within Mazda tolerances to insure long engine life. After final assembly, each engine is compression checked to ensure quality and standards.
After final assembly the coolant system is pressurized to 30 psi for 30 minutes.Tech support is free with any engine purchase 7 days a week 1-803-328-6737