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Rene Motor Sports, also known as Rotary-Works, specializes in anything rotary related. Rene can build anyone an awesome motor, whether it is for the streets or the drags. He also builds roll cages to specifications required for any type of racing needed.
Due to the car smoking a little more than usual, Tony thought it was time to do some fixing and minor upgrades while he was at it. First, he had to take off the turbo and lines. Some purchases were made at ATP. The problem with using jet nuts is that once you put them on, it's hard to remove. When removing, the nuts were stuck on the studs. This is the reason why new studs were ordered with new jet nuts. At least you'll never have a problem with the nuts backing out again. When you think about performance air filters, what company do you think about? One of the main ones would be K&N; time and again, they have proven their performance while filtering out elements unhealthy to the motor. Tony had hand-made custom copper gaskets himself, but because these pieces only expand and do not contract, they keep expanding until they leak. The manifold was rethreaded to ensure that the new studs would go in smoothly. The turbo flange was drilled out a bit to make it easier to place onto the studs of the turbo manifold. Due to thicker studs being ordered, the stainless steel gasket had to be drilled out to match. Abe came over to help Tony tow his car over to Rene Motorsports. From left to right, we have JZ Robert, Infinit Abe, Rene and Infinit Tony. Just hanging out and having some food before getting to work on the car. Rene has two bays at his shop. There is always work to be done. He does all kinds of stuff. Anything custom that deals with metal, most likely he can do it. He makes manifolds, downpipes, intercooler kits, motor mounts for custom swaps, and everything between. He also makes roll cages at a very reasonable price. His knowledge of rotary motors is extensive. He can fully build you a rotary to whatever your needs are. The filter on the right is the old one. The filter on the left is the new one. The new filter features a built-in velocity stack. Stainless steel 3" downpipe. Beautifully made, beautifully welded. The bolt did not fit; therefore, some massaging was done to the downpipe to recess it for the bolt. Rene was quite happy about how the downpipe came out. It was a beautiful piece of art. V-Band flanges from CX Racing were used so that removal, if neccessary, would be simple. JZ Robert did most of the work on this swapped SC. Rene works hard and gets the work done, even if he has to stay open late. Special thanks to Kevin@CXRacing, Rene@RMS, and K&N Filters Rene Motorsports 4739 Valley Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90032 (323) 221-6939 renesracing.com