Price is also Or Best Offer. It is with great sadness that i have to sell this motor due to life circumstances. I originally built this to be mated to a Liberty Gear Turboii S5 Dogbox transmission that was suppose to go into my 1984 GSL-SE.
I have video of the machining work performed on the parts. I can send them to those who are interested. The original goal of this motor was to produce the most power under the curve. There is over 7 thousand dollars of machining work and parts in the motor. An additional 2 thousand dollars for the labor of the rebuild. With the cost of the Exedy Twin Disc Clutch part number ZM012SD and freight of shipping everything around. I spent almost 13 thousand on what is seen in the photo. Compression test yielded 128 psi which is very good for a rotary engine. Spec sheet for the motor where each rotating component was weighed down to the gram, along with micrometer measurements of major engine components is available and can be sent via email.
Machining work on the engine includes 12.5 mm studs, oil mods, lapped irons/plates. Resurfaced rotor housing. The entire rotating assembly has been balanced and clearanced. A stage 1 street port was performed on the primary ports. A stage 3 street port was performed on the secondary and auxiliary ports. The exhaust port transition was smoothed out.
Parts include N/A 6 port irons with FD rotor housings and FD rotors with an rx8 e-shaft. Apex seals are REC 2mm treated apex seals.
All machining work is performed at https://www.rotaryengine.com/
The rebuild was performed at http://www.colemanprecisionrotaries.com/
Let me know if you have any questions please.