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  • Wow ... an RX2 with the wankel rotary engine ... a 70s car ...

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  • Dan Frederiksen 2: 54PM (5/12/2010) the high rpm of the wankel is also beneficial in generation (because electric motor power is proportional to rpm)

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  • The only metric where the wankel range extender falls significantly behind is on fuel efficiency, but since the first 50 miles of range are petrol free favorable attributes such as cost and the compact size would seem to me more important.

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  • The first versions of the C111 test platform were powered by a wankel engine, which Mercedes engineers ultimately determined to be too Frankfurt Auto Show: The New Chairman; Ssangyong WZ The Chairman is dead, long live the Chairman.

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  • This means you will no longer need to be embarrassed by words such as shoe, megaphone, grunties or wankel rotary engine.

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  • 429 Cobrajet or a 1.3 Liter wankel or a 12/24 DC motor is ... reduce weight.

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  • the high rpm of the wankel is also beneficial in generation (because electric motor power is proportional to rpm)

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  • "the high rpm of the wankel is also beneficial in generation (because electric motor power is proportional to rpm)"

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