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Listen to the four-rotor Mazda 787B giving everyone a buzz

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Even if you've heard everything, from a four-stroke Saab 99's impression of a Japanese motorcycle (it's a very good impression) to the warble of a KamAZ 55111 V8 at idle, it still won't prepare you for the completely alien sound of the four-rotor Wankel engine powering the Mazda 787B.

Mazda used a four-rotor engine in its Le Mans efforts in the early 1990s. Designed to compete in the All Japan Sports Prototype Championship and the World Sportscar Championship, the 787B racer used an evolution of the Mazda R26B rotary engine, displacing 2,622cc for the four chambers, using three spark plugs per rotor.
 

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