Re: why isn't it the 3-rotor

Discussion in '1968 Mazda Cosmo Sport' started by Mr Rotary, Aug 10, 2002.

  1. JC Cosmo 20B 3 rotor
     
  2. why isn't it the 3-rotor

    This car is not cool because it's not the 3-rotor version. If that car was on here people would like it. bad call supercars.net
     
  3. I do hope you realise this Cosmo was the first Rotary vehicle by Mazda.

    That is cool
     
  4. #4 MeanRex7, Aug 10, 2002
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    the JC Cosmo is a great luxury car. Hell I'd kill for one.
    But you gotta respect Mazda Rotary's heritage :-D
    This was a great car "back in the day".

    heres a site for you on the JC Cosmo and maybe you can learn more about other and older rotaries
    http://www.dmrh.com.au/index3.htm
    also try this
    http://www.monito.com/wankel/ <!-- Signature -->
     
  5. who cives a crap if it's not the 3 rotor?
     
  6. A three-rotor is probably more powerful...
     
  7. G'day from down under kids.

    Although I drive a 20B (3-rotor) powered Cosmo. I'll have the original Cosmo anyday. What a stutus symbol that car must have been back in 1967..

    This will help you with learning the Cosmo chronology

    67-72 = L10 Cosmo (10A carby)

    75-81 =. CD Cosmo (12A carby - 13B carby)

    82-89 =. HB Cosmo (12A carby - 12A efi/turbo - 13B efi)

    90-95 =. JC Cosmo (13B twin turbo - 20B twin turbo)
     
  8. the 3 rotor is newer
     
  9. Sammy2slick
    "This car is not cool because it's not the 3-rotor version. If that car was on here people would like it. bad call supercars.net "

    Even if there was a 20B (3 Rotary for all the kidiots) version on this website, people would find another thing to complain about. All rotary engine's are incredible & none of them can't even compare to any of the technology that the average car that runs on cylinders.

    TownshipRebellion
    "who cives a crap if it's not the 3 rotor?"

    Maybe if you understood how a "3 rotor" nonetheless a rotary engine period function, maybe you will appreciate ANY rotary engine alot more. No wonder you're V dub forever. Gotta love the 8V Inline 4

    Mercedes CLR
    "A three-rotor is probably more powerful... "

    "Probably" is an understatement. If a two rotary twin can make hp figures beyond 1100+HP . . . what do you think a 20B would do? Nonethless a 26B (4 Rotary for all those who don't know there's even one of those).

    996 911 Turbo
    "the 3 rotor is newer "
    Haha, let's try 16 years old.
     

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