ROTARY ENGINES EXPLAINED

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More commonly known as the Wankel engine a rotary engine is a type of internal combustion engine that uses a rotary design to convert pressure into a rotating motion. The engine was invented by German engineer Felix Wankel.

Mazda has used this technology in recent years and the 13B engine is still popular in the aftermarket world.

Perfect Power used to make the PRS (Pro Race System) a standalone to control rotary engines. This system is no longer made and our current Stand-Alone Units, the XMS4A, XMS4B and XMS4C don’t operate rotary engines.