Some brief rotary tips ! - Performance DIY by DIY Guru

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    • A rotary engine is a special type of engine, which, as of 2010, has largely fallen out of favor, except in the Mazda RX-7 and RX-8 sports cars. Knowing the best way to care for your rotary engine can help to prolong its useful life, helping to eke additional value out of your vehicle purchase.

    Oil Changes

    • Always remember to change the oil of your rotary engine every 3,000 miles. If the engine is naturally aspirated (non-turbo), you can squeeze by with an oil change every 5,000 miles, but for best performance stick to the 3,000-mile mark.

    Oil Type

    • Always use non-synthetic oil on your rotary engine. Always remember to check the oil level at least once every month as the engine is designed to consume around a pint every 1,000 miles.

    Other Tips

    • Regularly check the spark plugs every two months, check the belts every two to three months, ensure that your tires are always properly inflated to maximize fuel economy and decrease engine strain, and check other fluids (for example, the coolant) every two months.


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