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Old 09-24-07, 03:56 PM
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R26b

does anyone know where i could get a technical or cross section drawing of this motor, i have to do a final project in my drafting class, and i really want to do this engine...also its a large object and it has many details in it. so if anyone could help me with any information at all, thanks
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Old 09-28-07, 09:10 PM
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there are a few SAE articles online about the 787b and r26b.
I could send them to you if I were on my laptop, but im not. Send me a PM about it.
It uses 3 plug-per-rotor peripheral port housings. They sell these in japan, not in the US. Not sure if the port is identical in size or timing.
They use 10:1 compression rotors. I'm sure they're some mazda R&D goodies and not off the shelf at all.
Ceramic apex seals and ceramic coated rotor housings and side irons.

Lots of goodies. Along w/ variable length intake manifold
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Originally Posted by Node View Post
there are a few SAE articles online about the 787b and r26b.
I could send them to you if I were on my laptop, but im not. Send me a PM about it.
It uses 3 plug-per-rotor peripheral port housings. They sell these in japan, not in the US. Not sure if the port is identical in size or timing.
They use 10:1 compression rotors. I'm sure they're some mazda R&D goodies and not off the shelf at all.
Ceramic apex seals and ceramic coated rotor housings and side irons.

Lots of goodies. Along w/ variable length intake manifold
its like having a different sized bucket for every rpm!
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Old 10-01-07, 05:37 PM
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Originally Posted by Node View Post
there are a few SAE articles online about the 787b and r26b.
I could send them to you if I were on my laptop, but im not. Send me a PM about it.
It uses 3 plug-per-rotor peripheral port housings. They sell these in japan, not in the US. Not sure if the port is identical in size or timing.
They use 10:1 compression rotors. I'm sure they're some mazda R&D goodies and not off the shelf at all.
Ceramic apex seals and ceramic coated rotor housings and side irons.

Lots of goodies. Along w/ variable length intake manifold
Do you think you could send me some of these articles as well? I always enjoy reading about rotaries.
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Old 10-11-07, 12:14 PM
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i'd be happy to host this stuff on 3rotor.jp

pm and i'll get 'em up.
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