We can now offer customers finance on any service from us, Rebuilds , Car sales and Modifications.
RX8 and RX7 engine rebuilds , spare parts and servicing at affordable prices.
Now offering more choice than ever on rebuilds and upgrades.
Bring your engine to us for repair or upgrade (porting for example) from £800.
Or simply have our recovery team pick up your car and we will have it ready for you in 14 days, in most cases,subject to parts availability.
What we offer.
High-quality spare parts and repairs at fair prices, cost effective engine rebuilds with warranty. Helpful advice over the phone keeps your rotary engine RX on the road
We have the latest equipment to give you a detailed analysis of your cars compression and can print out a graph explaining this for you to keep. Perfect if you are selling your car or having problems with your engine. Compression test £60
Always use high octane fuel. It may cost more but it will return a better MPG , more importantly it will keep the inside of your engine clean and keep you from having problems in the future.
Never use a fully synthetic oil. Try and use a fully mineral 10-40 oil as this will burn properly inside the engine and help against carbon build up. Change your oil and filter every 3,000 miles.
Most important is the way you turn off your RX8
To shut the engine off while it is still cold, rev the engine to 4000-5000 rpm, turn the engine off and fully depress the throttle. This will clear any unburnt fuel from the engine that would cause it to flood. When you start the car depress the clutch fully and turn the key until the engine starts. Do not touch the throttle!!
Use two-stroke oil
Always a good idea to pre-mix your fuel. If you ever make short trips or flood the engine the extra fuel will remove the protective oil film on the inside of the engine.
You may also cause excessive wear if any of your oil feed pipes get blocked or damaged. This is the cause of most low compression problems. Using two-stroke oil in with the fuel insures there is always a protective layer, keeping your apex seals from wear.
Check your coils
Get your mechanic to check your coils as regularly as possible. They should be changed every 30,000 miles. A failing coil will cause the engine to over fuel removing the protective oil film inside the engine and can also burn out your catalytic converter.
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