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Howard Coleman CPR Howard Coleman CPR is offline

Racing Rotary Since 1983

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  • Last Activity: 05-24-19 08:03 AM
  • Join Date: 10-29-01


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  1. 08-07-16 04:29 PM - permalink
    A Wisconsin rotary enthusiast! those are rare and people I would like to get to know! I'm from Green Bay and looking to start a project!

    hope to keep ya around!

  2. vitafist
    01-18-15 12:31 PM - permalink
    Howard Hello.
    I am trying to reach 500hp with a new medium/large ported motor with 3586 HTA turbo and RA seals. Fuel will be gas 100octane ,not e85 or any other race fuel.
    I have also a lot of other mods to the car

    Running 550/1600 injectors, bigger fuel lines,aeromotive regulator and supra pump(which is small ofcourse). I don't want to run dual pumps and i do not think i will try A-boost fuel system. Not that i have heard bad things about this but i do not know that i will install it correctly.
    Do you suggest me Aeromotive 340 or bosch 044? I have heard a lot of bad thing for the walbro pumps thus i am not considering e85 walbro. It is cheaper althought!!

    Please do not give me "too much" infos just the main points what i should use. I know everything you say is correct but i cannot comply with all those calculations!!!

    Thanking you in advance
  3. rx7fc3sjw
    05-21-14 08:32 AM - permalink
    Hey Howard I was wondering when my for sale thread was going to post for my 1980 Mazda rx7?
  4. 01-28-14 07:00 PM - permalink
    Hi there Mr Rx god
    I see you are a busy man...
    Cant seem to find the right bw s362 or s366 A/R for a half bridge time attack fd3s with alot of other mods as excessive lim ported uim and cnc 90mm single butterfly intake and so on.
    Have read that you and other people suggest as much A/R as possible but i dont want it to be to laggy, and i cant really find a good post about what A/R people are running on their track cars...
    And if i find a post i cant read it because i have only 1 post here on rx7club.com
    I would really sleep better at night if i found an answer and i have read up on your post about the gt3582r as well.
    Best regards /Fred Sweden
  5. RobertC
    07-10-13 06:53 PM - permalink
    Hey Howard, hope you're doing well. I was wondering if there were any changes you would suggest to your chassis setup if you were to be doing autocross or would you keep the same everything for that as well?
  6. Custard
    07-08-13 01:48 PM - permalink
    Hi Howard
    i have 2 series 6 FD's one for street and one for track. both have apexi PFC ECU's which have served me well, however my tuner has moved to another state and have to look into finding another tuner. problem is no one knows APEXI and rotary together. some good experience in microtech is available nearby. would this be a step down...or should i look into ViPec which was recommended to me by someone else (who is a great tuner for EVO's, STI's and GTR's) but has limited rotary experience.

    i have just installed a new bridgeport and done 1000km's run-in and now want to have it race-tuned.

    thanks in advance

  7. 03-27-13 10:17 PM - permalink
    hi looking to buy an engine for my fd3s
  8. DocHoliday89
    01-10-13 04:17 PM - permalink
    Mr. Coleman,
    I was browsing the forums searching for the safest, most cost efficient, and reliable way to reach 400rwhp. I came across a post you made regarding 360rwhp being the target sweet spot to aim for (while maintaining stock turbos) for a fast and reliable FD (see post #17 http://www.rx7club.com/3rd-generatio...-build-756408/ ). I would be interested in your opinion on what the best method/mods would be in order to reach this sweet spot. Thank you for your time.
  9. 11-26-12 07:53 PM - permalink
    Hi Howard,
    I saw in one of the W/M injection threads that you were planning on using a fuel injector to have fine control of injection. I've been playing with it myself and was wondering if you have had any long term corrosion/clogging issues with the injectors. I've had really good luck with them so far but only have bench time, no road time.
  10. 11-05-12 09:24 PM - permalink
    Why arent my WTB threads posting?

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