everyone knows, your oil filter is a vital part of
the lubrication system. Having a known quality filter
is a must, especially on our high performance high
rpm rotaries. Mazda original equipment filters are
acknowledged as the best overall solution. These
filters have the best fit, best construction and
the most filter area. Our filters are from Nippon,
the makers for Mazda. We’ve
packaged them in a convenient 4-pack, enough for
one year on the average. Best of all, the package
saves you about $10 over Mazda.
Oil Filter - 4 pack
not starve your engine for fuel! One of the most
common maintenance mistakes we all make on our cars
is not changing the fuel filter regularly. Fuel flow
is absolutely imperative on any car, especially on
turbocharged Wankels. Old fuel filters allow debris
to slip past and clog injectors, impede fuel flow
and put your engine at risk. The recommended interval
is 24 months or 30,000 miles. This RP aftermarket
filter is a perfect fit for the original and has
been used on countless cars.
heard of Idemitsu oil? Don’t be too surprised.
After 90 years, Idemitsu has just made itself available
to the American public. Here are a few things you
probably didn’t know:
Japanese oil manufacturer in the world.
supplier to all Japanese OEMs.
producer of custom blended oils.
of custom competition blended oils for Mazda’s
does this mean to us Rotarians? Now we can use the
oils that is based on technology that helped Mazda
win the 24 hours of LeMans. Nothing speaks better
for oil’s effectiveness than the ability to
survive that extreme punishment. We’ve tested
this oil in both of our race cars. Our world famous
RX7.COM “Stars and Stripes” championship
winning car puts severe stresses on the engine bearings.
We’ve never had any problems whatsoever with
Idemitsu oils. Being turbocharged and nitrous-fed,
there is no harder test for an oil. In addition,
Ken Scheepers has relied on Idemitsu oils to keep
his RX7.COM sponsored All-Motor engine together.
Now that you know the name, buy a few bottles, your
engine will thank you.
10W30 for all-motor rotaries
- 20W50 for all turbo applications
- Premix is for all rotary applications
favorite wires made by Japan’s leading supplier
to the electronics industry, NGK wires have a unique
internal spiral wound core to reduce resistance and
are housed in a teflon coated blue housing to minimize
Plug Wire Set
your ride running at its best. Spark plugs should
be changed once a year or every 12~15,000 miles.
Bad plugs are the #1 cause of hard starts, engine
missing, poor emissions, etc. For stock or mildly
modified cars, use two #7 leading plugs and two #9
trailing plugs. Heavier modified cars may need to
consider using four #9 plugs, for cooler plug temperatures.
of poor mileage on your RX-7? Here’s a
solution. The oxygen sensor is out of sight and
out of mind. On many cars, it has never been
replaced. Unfortunately, O2 sensors lose accuracy
with time and eventually ends up hurting gas
mileage. Replacing this part every 30,000 miles
will keep this from ever becoming an issue. Many
have seen improvements of as much as 8mpg. Our
replacement is a direct fit and saves about $100
over the Mazda unit. Buy one today and save!
Aftermarket O2 Sensor
High performance cars need high performing fluid. Here’s
a favorite value, Ate SL brake fluid. The dry boiling point of this
brake fluid is 500F and compares with the best. Sold in a one liter container
to flush an entire system.
Ate SL DOT 4 Brake Fluid - 1 liter
once in awhile, there’s
products we have to experience to believe. FilterMAG
one which qualifies. Everyone knows that particles
and debris build up in the oil from everyday running
of the engine. The oil filter’s job is to keep
this debris from circulating through the engine and
shortening the life of the vital internal parts.
Most of us have seen magnetic drain plugs in action
for transmissions and differentials. Worn particles
are attracted to the magnetic drain. What you will
see is a silvery goo stuck to the plug. Imagine if
those particles stayed suspended in the oil? FilterMAG
is designed specifically for the engine. FilterMAG
snaps to the oil filter and attracts magnetic particles
to stay in the filter. At the next oil change, remove
the filter, pull off the FilterMAG and throw the
filter away. We’ve
cut open filters to see what was held inside and
were quite surprised. There’s
more metal suspended in the oil than you would expect.
Remember: FilterMAG is a lifetime product and is
to be removed and reused continuously. The magnets
are an extremely high strength rare earth type (far
stronger than regular bar magnets). Also, the orientation
of the magnets and the stainless outer shield make
the outside of it non-magnetic. Also, they come designed
for a specific diameter oil filter. Of course, the
one we carry is only for the Mazda sized filter.
Pick one up today and you and your engine won't be
subject to change without notice