Keep in mind this car was NATURALLY ASPIRATED NOT A TURBO, so even if i did go with a rotary, it would have cost a shit load of cash, and i wouldn't be able to cruise up a big hill at 2,000 in fourth gear. Also, speed parts are cheaper, and they do more. So, if you don't like it TOO FUCKIN BAD CUZ I LOVE IT! And for some of you assholes complaining about my stereo, it's good enough for my budget (Kappa 10" for $45 with box installed, all by me of course), and i posted my car on CARDOMAIN NOT SOUNDDOMAIN.
Yes that is a 350 under the hood, actually a 355 (bored out). Believe it or not we are still under 2000 in doing this swap. The original engine went at 70,000 and it was either this or another wankel. And believe it or not, this was cheaper than if we went with another wankel. We actually have torque now too!! And it also passed CT emissions.
my brother is on the left and I am on the right
-200-4r (transmission) from a Buick GNX with performance valve bodies and 3500 stall converter
-Crane Fireball HI-6 ignition with Fireball coil
-New Rims are American Racing AVR 95s (16x7)
-Rear tires are 245/50ZR16 Kumho
-Front tires are 205/55ZR16 Kumho
-750cfm squarebore Edelbrock carb
-Weiand X-CELerator aluminum intake manifold
-Hope to have new pics of the car up soon
-400 ft. lb. torque
-paint (same color)
-actaul dyno test and drag times
The new rims
New Kumho tires
A message to those who bash my car: I'd like to see you get a NA wankel to this power for under 2000. Hell, I'd like to see it done period.