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Old 11-14-2005, 04:47 AM
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GB: DIY-RE 13B DVD Box Set

Hi There,

DIY-RE Productions is pleased to introduce the recently released series of DIY-RE 13B Do it yourself, Rotary Engine DVDs.

This series of DVDs offers a step-by-step, guide to rebuilding a Mazda Rotary engine, using genuine Mazda parts and specifications.



Rotary Production Background
The Do-It-Yourself Rotary Engine series has been 5 years in the making.
Created by Lance Warren and Paul Morgan, it is the first in a series of productions dedicated to the famous Mazda Rotary engine.

Paul Morgan
Paul has a long history with the Mazda Rotary Engine, his uncle, a rotary mechanic, taught him the art of rebuilding the rotary engine when Paul was quite young. Paul has embraced the traditional Mazda rebuild methods and swears by the use of the recommended Mazda tolerances and specifications when building his engines. Paul has built hundreds of engines over the years including race engines. He has several personal Mazda's including a drag racing car he has built.

Lance Warren
Lance is well known in the Mazda Rotary community, having built several show winning Mazda's over the last 15 years. His website, www.3rotor.com has served as the benchmark rotary website for many years now. Lance and Paul met on one of Lance's Tokyo Auto Salon tours and they have remained friends since. Lance & Paul often help people with rotary projects and advice and the DIY-RE project seemed the next logical step. Lance is currently working on several new and exciting new projects.

We would like to offer a GB discount for box sets purchased via rx8club.com. The normal RRP for the box set is $99USD for the 4 discs (register to receive free wallcharts) the GB Price is $80.00 USD

To Order, please follow these instructions

Our preferred payment method is PAYPAL

1. If you would like to order your box set, please send an e-mail to: [email protected] and stating that your are purchasing via the GB option from RX8club.com. Please also state your delivery address and our support dept will calculate the FEDEX cost to your location and e-mail you the final price.

2. Make a PAYPAL payment to our e-mail: [email protected] for the amount incl freight (this will be e-mailed to you.)

3. Please ensure that you specify the FORMAT you need, either PAL or NTSC. NTSC is used in the USA.

4. After receiving your DVD set, please register online to receive your free wallcharts.

It is important that you include your FULL delivery address (not a post box). We use FEDEX and it is a door to door service. Please also include your phone number.

You will be sent a confirmation e-mail stating your FEDEX tracking number.



Register your copy to receive the free wallcharts



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We are currently editing the Porting DVD Title which is due for release in the next 6 weeks.

US Distributors Wanted
We are currently seeking US Distributors for the DVD Series.

The US market is huge and we are looking for long term partners to assist us in reaching our US rotary enthusiasts.

If you are interested please e-mail us at [email protected] and we will e-mail you back with a proposal and other information.

Best Regards

The DIY-RE Team.
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this looks like the ultimate Hannukah gift in the making
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heh I already forwarded it to my sister/parents for a possible Christmas gift idea..
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My parents ordered it for me as a Christmas gift.. got a laugh out of the email though:

Good luck with your engine build. Once you have built your engine let us
know how you got on.
My mom is 67 year old, ex-elementary school teacher.. I doubt she's going to be rebuilding an engine any time soon.

(And fortunatly or not.. I don't expect I will be rebuilding it any time soon either.. but this way I can, when I want/need to!)

BTW thanks for the group buy price!
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if I can't convince my gf to get me this for Hannukah, I'll have to stop by and bring some popcorn
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I have 80+" front projection.. And I think my microwave makes popcorn too..
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did you DIY the fron projector using an overhead projector unit and an lcd screen or is this a regular model
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Originally Posted by truemagellen
did you DIY the fron projector using an overhead projector unit and an lcd screen or is this a regular model
So that is how to do it!

Anyone have an old projector?

Wouldn't the bulb burn the LCD?

Sorry to ramble this does look like a nice set. I would love to learn how to tear the rotary down and rebuild it.

Knowledge is power!
I want to take over the world!
Damn I have a long way to go.
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I just finished watching it. All I can really say is "WOW!"

If you want to know how to rebuild a rotary engine. You need to get this. Reading from the workshop manual alone doesn't show you everything you need to know. (I had previously assisted a friend rebuilding a 12A. We did it via a manual, and in the end everything seems to have worked fine. However, after watching this there are a lot of little things we could have done to make everything MUCH easier on ourselves!)

As I said, buy this.. use the workshop manual.. Between those two, if you have even half a clue you should be able to rebuild the engine properly. (Ohh and the outtake on the 4th DVD is priceless.. shows even the instructors are human)
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I like that poster, is it possible to buy that seperately?
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How much different would this be for the renesis, being tht they are (i assume) using the old 13b.
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I've watched the videos a couple of times now. Since the video's cover only the main engine assembly, I believe it's about 95+% relavent for the renesis. The differences would be covered by a reasonable shop manual.

(FYI, the real purpose of the video is to show you all of the tricks and techniques of identifying the parts and assemblying the rotors w/o making costly mistakes.. I wish I had seen this video before I helped a friend rebuild a 12A!)
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so i assume you would say its worth buying!
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Yes, yes I do..

I'm still waiting for the poster, I registered and all.. but even if that never shows up.. the video was well worth it.
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This is not unlike a Pineapple Racing a grapefruit. Their videos are awesome.

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This is not unlike a Pineapple Racing a grapefruit.

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Ha! Great meme!
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