#SaveTheRotary -- 5395 Letters to Mazda
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Name:    James Hohbach
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Please keep me updated on RX Activities.
Name:    John S.
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Own a 91 RX-7 and now use it as a weekend car, love the engineering that is behind this car! Keep the rotary alive !
Name:    G. Reeves
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I own two first Gen RX-7s. The 83 Limited Ed has a street ported 12A and bored out/rejetted Nikki, good for 143HP at the tire. My 85 SE has the original 12A with 246K miles with all the oil change receipts. Yes, It does leak oil from the usual place.... I do not plan to rebuild until the little 1.1 liter takes it's last breath, Would like to see 300K miles on her. probably not.
Name:    James A. Miller
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All I can say is; save the rotary! Need some 4 rotors stock in new Mazdas running all motor, possibly in the new Mazda 3 hatches? Be a good replacement for obsolete piston engines!
Name:    James A. Miller
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All I can say is; save the rotary! Need some 4 rotors stock in new Mazdas running all motor, possibly in the new Mazda 3 hatches? Be a good replacement for obsolete piston engines!
Name:    Dean Macauley
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A big thank you and congratulations to Mazda for all their achievements and progression with the many rotary powered models. As long as I can remember, I have been interested in automobiles. I didn't know much about rotary engines but I heard about their impressive power for their size and the more I researched, the more I was impressed. I purchased my own RX-7 and the love for these unique engines grew. I never would have thought in my younger years that Mazda would become my all time favorite vehicle manufacturer. Since having owned over the years, 2 RX-7's and a 323 converted to rotary power. I currently own a modified 76 RX4 sedan. So much more enjoyable than any other vehicles I have owned. I love what Mazda is producing across their current range of vehicles also. I hope to put some hard earned cash into buying a brand new Mazda someday in the future to best support the well regarded Mazda company and enjoy their beautifully made cars regardless of whether they have the rotary engine or not. I certainly hope Mazda continue with a rotary powered vehicle, hopefully as a sports vehicle but I would like to see a toned down budget vehicle also offered that could be possibly more practical and plainer looking than a sports car but still powered by the beautiful sporty engine that so many have come to love. Long live the Rotary : )

Kindest Regards,
Dean
Australia
Name:    Mandee Page
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Dear Mazda,

If you build it they will come. Mazda is the one company that has not broken trodishtion please provide the best automobiles in the future so our children can enjoy them as we have been able to
Name:    Drahomir Osvald
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I was the first one, who was racing rotary powered car in Slovakia (every motorsport fan in my country knows my yellow RX-8), now, there are couple of guys racing rotaries and love them. My plan is to build the fastest rotary car on SlovakiaRing in near future. And I believe the new rotary car will come, it will be nice to have it in my garage. What I love about my RX-8 is, that it is very, really very reliable car, after racing it four years in the row (circuit racing, hill climb and auto slalom), I did not experienced any major problem. The engine run smoothly, like new. My friends were surprised, when I told them, that in four years of racing I only change oil, filters, brake pads and tires. And the best of all, I was able to beat Lotus cars on technical variant of SlovakiaRing without any straight. The RX-8 is great and I love it from the first day I own it. Therefore I believe in Mazda to continue the rotary engine development and give us another great rotary powered sports car.
Name:    Josh
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Hello,

I am a young guy from Puerto Rico (home of the fastest rotary in the world) needless to say I am a big rotorhead. My first car was a 1983 limited edition RX-7, sadly it was stolen from me but I have to tell you I was already hopelessly hooked on this marvel of engineering known as the rotary engine no to mention the beautiful style and elegance of the car(s). Since then I've had an 85 RX-7 GSL-SE and a 05' RX-8 ( my current baby). I was really excited about the news of the development of the 16x and had plans of putting money together to get the new model. But then I heard that Mazda was no longer interested in continuing the development of the company's greatest contribution to the world of cars. As we all know the rotary engine has a huge following throughout the entire world, and I am sure that with a good marketing campaign you guys can turn enough of a profit to make this happen and fulfill the dreams of tons of import car guys like me everywhere. So please Mazda if you really care about us your customers, and if you really care about being the only company to stand out and be unique by offering this awesome engine then wise up and SAVE THE ROTARY!
Name:    Simon
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Enjoying my RX-8 and waiting to purchase another new rotary powered sport car.


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