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About Rotated6_2

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  • Birthday 08/18/1964

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    1979 CB2 S1 626 2.0 5sp 1980 CB2 S1 626 13B 5sp 2 x1978 LA4 S1 929L 2.0L Auto

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    Creswick, Victoria. Australia
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    Old school Mazdas, Swimming, bike riding, motor racing

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  1. How about you get the f#ck out of here!!! What does this post have to do with anything Mazda or 626 related!
  2. Post your 626 still on the road!!!!

    Classic Japan 3rd December 2017. Two of these are mine, and I used to own the green S2 hardtop as well!
  3. 1981 2.0 trunk opener problem

    It's for RHD, but I think the wiring should be very similar to LHD for accessories like this. Boot Opener Wiring.pdf
  4. 1981 2.0 trunk opener problem

    There is no relay. The switch takes direct power from the from the Blue Black (LB) wire coming from the interior light circuit. It feeds direct 12V to the boot opener motor.
  5. Preserved 1979 626 on BoT!

    Darn nice car that! Sadly, I don't have $25K AUD plus shipping, to spend on it!
  6. New To Forum And 626's

    Hey Vince, Good to see you on here. Mate, my personal preference is YES. It's more a case of prevention is better than cure. No, you don't have to add it, and a lot of guys will tell you that, including a lot of Europeans. For me, it doesn't hurt to add it, and I actually fitted a Valve Saver kit that drip feeds directly into the carburetor rather than adding every time I fill up. You'll know if you are feeding too much valve lube in, the car does get smokey, but again I prefer to know my valves are getting lubed!
  7. Standard fix - replace electronic with stock shockers. The electronic ones require you to sell a kidney to afford purchasing them. Most guys I know who have replaced the electronic ones, say they do not notice the difference.
  8. Ebay, if it is easier for you. Here are some examples.
  9. Carb issue on 1982 Mazda 626

    You could also, if you have a little bit of extra cash, buy a complete new one!
  10. Carb issue on 1982 Mazda 626

    Here is what you are looking for to rebuild the carburetor. If you go to this website, you can download a service manual for your carburetor. Scroll up to "Other" and you will see this manual.
  11. Carb issue on 1982 Mazda 626

    Gee you guys run some anti pollution crap!!!! I also want to ask if you have noticed all these sources of vacuum leaks and have these been fixed?
  12. Carb issue on 1982 Mazda 626

    Have you checked the fuel bowl sight glass to check the fuel level? Have you checked the needle and seat? If you are not getting fuel in the primary barrel with these two previous points being checked and functioning, then it is likely you have a blockage in the primary jet. Really do yourself a favour, and probably either re-build your carby or get someone to do it for you. This way , you are not buying unnecessary items and not fixing your problem.
  13. Post your 626 still on the road!!!!

    At tonights car event for Diabetes - 3 rotary engined RX626s
  14. Sunbury Cars 4 Diabetes 26th August

    This is on tomorrow night. Is there anyone interested in coming, so I know to look out for you? If you do come, look for the RWD 626s. I will be around there somewhere.
  15. Post your 626 still on the road!!!!

    Mine's the beige RX626. I also used to own the green turbo RX626.