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Sequential Twin Turbocharged Rotary Engine of the Latest RX-7
ISSN: 0148-7191, e-ISSN: 2688-3627
Published March 01, 1994 by SAE International in United States
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Many sports cars have recently appeared on the market, and people's interest in and requirements for the cars are continuing to grow. The RX-7 was developed to be a first-class sports car that Mazda can be proud of worldwide as a trend leader for sports cars in the '90s. Among many innovations, its engine is the fruit of all the efforts Mazda has done to realize a “pure RE sports car” that takes every advantage of the rotary engine. This paper describes the aim of the development, main specifications, performance characteristics and major new technologies of the engine.
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CitationTashima, S., Okimoto, H., Fujimoto, Y., and Nakao, M., "Sequential Twin Turbocharged Rotary Engine of the Latest RX-7," SAE Technical Paper 941030, 1994, https://doi.org/10.4271/941030.
- Yamamoto N. et al “The Powertrain of ε͂ fini RX-7” Mazda Technical Review 10 71 79
- Tashima S. et al “Development of Sequential Twin-Turbo System for Rotary Engine” SAE paper 910624
- Okimoto H. et al “Development of Sequential Twin Turbocharging System” 91-YOKOHAMA-IGTC-120