Neil Unger's PSRU -> running

Discussion in 'Mazda Rotary' started by MolsonB, Dec 8, 2018.

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    MolsonB

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    Very interesting, thanks for taking the time to share. I have always thought that a purpose-built aircraft Wankel rotary engine was a missed opportunity, too bad Mazda never went that route.
     
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    the Midwest rotary? AE 110. my late friend, Howard Cox, used one in his BD-5. he loved it but sadly was killed in it.
     
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    Does modified by the manufacturer count? In that case, there's the Aixro. Very light. Kinda expensive. 35 hp claimed.
    https://woelfle-engineering.com/aixro-xp40/
     

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