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Why you Need a Mazda in your Life, Now!

Friday, May 6th, 2016

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Mazda, as of now, is not tethered to Ford. Right now Ford has only 2.1% of Mazda stocks. Mazda has no looming connection with any other major automobile maker as well. Mazda is the 5th largest car manufacturing company in Japan. However, the company does not have a huge cash reserve behind them. Recently, they had to sell a bunch of their shares to raise money. They have to be careful. The company knows that it has to be careful. Despite all this, the inherent advantage of the company is that they are an export-focused company. The dramatic move of Japan to weaken the Yen basically means the company is making big profits every time they sell a car somewhere where the currency is stronger, for instance, the United States.

Most probably you will be wondering what the foreign currency manipulation has to do with purchasing a Mazda car right now. Well, the fact is, for Mazda, the volume of units sold is more important in this economic condition than the price of the units. They could sell a vehicle at a lower price and still make a profit. For you, it means getting a Mazda vehicle comparatively cheaper. Apart from that, if you love bold designs and driver-focused cars, then you can definitely go in for a Mazda vehicle. The driving pleasure offered by most of the new Mazda cars is far greater than the driving pleasure offered by many of the cars available in the market today. The Mazda3, Mazda6, and Mazda CX-5 all are top-performing cars.

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2595 Wardlow Road

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Phone: 888.671.6176

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Turbocharging the Mazda RX-8

Wednesday, March 16th, 2016

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Nothing can be compared to the feel of a rotary engine that is turbocharged. A turbocharged Mazda RX-8 provides for higher output levels and a smooth power delivery. It is ideal to place the turbo low in the chassis in order to yield low temperatures under the hood. This helps to keep the heat away from the electronic devices/components that are heat sensitive. It will also keep the heat away from the plastics in the engine bay and from the rubber hoses.

The lower location is also ideal for providing superior balance to the car. Maintain the full functionality of the Oil Injection system, Secondary Shutter Valve, and the Auxiliary Port Valve. This provides more flexibility to the system and helps to avoid performance compromises. Avoid any alteration or modification to the chassis, let the factory design remain functional and intact. In order to lessen the turbulence and to keep the velocity high when entering the turbo, route the center runner carrying the exhaust fumes/gases through a sweeping radius that is smooth.

Choose the Synapse blow off valve. It stops the air from deadheading and helps to lessen the drag on the compressor wheel. Turbocharging the RX-8 will help to raise the power to around 400 bhp. The 4 port engines are ideal for turbocharging than the 6 port engines. Before going ahead with the turbocharging, make sure that you have a complete kit, as well as a place with all the facilities for such a massive undertaking. For instance, your place should have the facility to run a custom map. Turbocharging can be expensive, however, the result will be well worth it.

Visit CardinaleWay Mazda Corona to get behind the wheel of a Mazda vehicle.

 

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CardinaleWay Mazda Corona

2595 Wardlow Road

Corona, CA 92882

Phone: 888.671.6176

Website: www.CardinaleWayMazdaCorona.com/?ibp-adgroup=SE_Target