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  1. Tom Wolfel says:

    Have an old RX-7 and “the Book”. I am in the mental planning stage. Plan on getting a trashed Ford Ranger pickup and using the engine/trans from it. Enjoyed your site.
    Tom

    Posted December 24, 2006 @ 7:47 pm (UK)
  2. Sandy Hunt says:

    HI
    Like what I read it sounds as if you take part in alot of activities.

    Wondering if you can help I am looking for friends to share active holidays walking/ running (not ramblers pace) or dancing. I see you have some Spice memories on here. Do they hold many activities around Cambridge thinking about joining ?

    Cheers
    Good site for general info keep it going

    Posted February 11, 2007 @ 7:16 pm (UK)
  3. Sean says:

    Random note to self:
    Anthony Watts says, of the climate audit IP address,
    December 17th, 2007 at 5:39 pm
    It is static, 38.114.169.124 should work for the hosts file.

    Posted December 18, 2007 @ 10:07 am (UK)
  4. gary says:

    Hi, not seen you on any rotary forums do you use any?
    thanks
    Gary

    Posted October 3, 2008 @ 7:45 pm (UK)
  5. Sean says:

    I use the mazdarotaryclub.com forum a little, but not been very active on there for the past couple of years…

    Posted October 3, 2008 @ 9:27 pm (UK)
  6. Davide says:

    Hi Sean,
    do you already have the 7 with turbo II engine?
    Bye from Italy!

    Posted March 13, 2009 @ 11:24 pm (UK)
  7. Sean says:

    Yes, still have the Turbo II. In the process of replacing the rear subframe with a spare low mileage version, in the hope that the bushes are in a better shape!

    Posted May 19, 2009 @ 3:08 pm (UK)
  8. Anders says:

    Hi, Just stopped by to let you know about a european rotary meeting that is taking place 1st weekend in june.
    This is beeing organised by a club in the nederlands.
    I’m from norway, and we will be well represented, and i belive sweden will be to.
    The meeting will be in maastricht, near the nurburgring. so those who want, can take a daytrip to the track:)
    We hope this will be the start of a european SEVENSTOCK. And i you could, please spread the word.
    Feel free to mail me. regards Andy..

    Posted February 16, 2010 @ 11:46 am (UK)
  9. gareth ironside says:

    hi im breaking a mk1 rx7 if you know anyone that needs bits?
    you can get me on breakingbits@googlemail.com
    thanks

    Posted June 5, 2010 @ 10:59 am (UK)
  10. Stuart says:

    Sean

    Please get your facts right re the cc of the RE13 engine – it is 1308 cc swept area – two rotors of 654cc each. I have had a long long fight with the DVLA about this but with the assistance of the manufacturers Mazda and an engine expert I have now got them to change the registration of both my cars to 1308cc thus entitled to the lower rate of road tax.

    Posted November 21, 2010 @ 1:57 pm (UK)
  11. Sean says:

    Thats mighty clever of you. Are you going to get it changed for my Rx7, and all of the others out there? There was a wave of people trying this trick a few years back, and the consensus was that the more people tried, the more likely it was that the legislation would be updated to force the few who did have the 1.3 classification to be reverted. Hope your savings are worth the effort…

    Posted November 22, 2010 @ 12:47 am (UK)
  12. Anndrew says:

    Just read your article on how to wire an ammeter into a car – very well written, easy to follow and, unlike many bits of advice on the internet, describes the CORRECT way to do it. My only comment is that if the ammeter will never show more than 10 amps, then obviously you wont need 30 amp cable running to it. I use 10 amp cable (2.0 mm) with no problems at all. You will very seldom get 10 amps through the meter, and even then only momentarily. Cheers

    Posted December 1, 2015 @ 1:35 am (UK)

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