Question about 1988 Mazda 626 Turbo
I have a Mazda 626 Diesel with a Comprex Wave supercharger.
I have a Green Cover, Mazda 626 Diesel, workshop Manual suppliment which covers RF 22.7:1 compression ratio. This is the model prior to mine (I am told). I think (but am not sure) I have the RF-CX 21.1:1 compression ratio. The RF-N is 22.7:1 compression ratio. The three engines are different as the inlet or exhaust or both valves have different timing settings.
I too am trying to find the correct supplement for my engine.
The engine is a RF- CX the CX denotes comprex pressure wave supercgarger
Posted on Dec 24, 2009
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