Pulse Performance Race Engineering Creates 6-Rotary Engine!

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5 Year | Silver
Mar 6, 2012
Kuala Lumpur
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New Zealander Pulse Performance Race Engineering (PPRE) has spliced and diced together a break through and though we’ve heard seen and cheered on “Mad Mike” with his 4-in-one Wankel-powered RX-7 in 2010 at Merdeka Square during the Goodyear Formula Drift, PPRE has just successfully started up the 6-in-one Wankel engine that should guaranteed for some mind-blowing performance figures.

<!--more-->Even the Le Mans-winning 787 prototype and Mad Mike RX7 only used 4 Wankel rotors! But because the guys at PPRE have managed to combine 6 Wankel rotors is just pure testament to their engineering capabilities.

Surely a one-of-a-kind, rotaries aren’t exactly something that’s nice to listen to, but ‘oh my’ what promise it holds. With 6 rotaries combined it’s looks like this engine could just very well be headed for the straights of a drag race, even though there aren’t any performance figures available at the moment, but it’s definitely going to blow the competition right out of contention.

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Senior Member
Senior Member
Nov 12, 2006
dear Jay,

"rotaries aren’t exactly something that’s nice to listen to
." Are u sure? hehe.. the engine sounded orgasmic in the clip... it's like a sound of gattling gun breathing fire! lol:driver:


Senior Member
Senior Member
Jan 1, 2007
i THINK, the correct comparison was
2 Rotor - V6
3 Rotor - V8
4 Rotor - V12


6 Rotor - V14? hahahahah:driver:

Insane, Mad power House.

Actually. a rotary engine takes one complete cycle to complete, where else a piston takes 2 complete cycle, so rotary is twice powerful.

2 rotors: 4 cylinder
4 rotors: 8 cylinders
6 rotors: 12 cylinders


Senior Member
Senior Member
May 13, 2010
The Mines
bansheeeeeee! :driver:

p/s: actually PPRE is no small fry in rotary world...they actually done W12 rotary engine for powerboat... :biggrin: