Hopefully both the MYT and OPOC will show up in the market...
I'd love to test out an OPOC. Here's a cool little fact about that engine... it was developed and made in Michigan.
What I wonder is if these revolutionary engines will go the way Tucker and his excellent Torpedo went... some manufacturers really don't want anything to replace what they offer.
Another interesting engine that actually is on the lines of a Wankel is the Quasiturbine. However, from what I've read about it, it just doesn't last, those wheels on the carrier kept failing.
I love how the OPOC is a two stroke, and it meets emissions. Simple, reliable, and very powerful for its size. I think they said something about it showing up on the market in 2015 or the like.
As for the NRE V8 swapped RX, fail. That thing is not only V8 swapped, but is definitely far from a sleeper. Anyone that has half of a brain and knows the note of a rotary would pick up on the V8. Not to mention all of the damn gauges...
As the guy above said, Rotary Experiment. Nothing else belongs in the engine bay. Ever. Also, didn't you see that 1664 hp stacked 13b's? That would be so much more fun than any V8. And with proper care, is perfectly capable of being a daily driver. Maybe not at full power, but still high enough that 97% of the other cars out on the street wouldn't be able to hold a candle to it. What about putting some nitrous on it? 2200 hp... ho lee chit. Now that might cause poor gas mileage... lol.
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Wiring, it's all fun and games until you poke yer eye out with a soldering iron...