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Antigo 29-01-2009, 08:50   #11
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Estamos todos a gostar, apesar das bocas... :P
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Antigo 10-02-2009, 08:27   #12
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Sim senhor e de louvar este topico de facto muito interessante parabéns! mais um bocadito de cultura mazdista!
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Antigo 11-02-2009, 21:28   #13
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Muito bom post!!!
Se bem que esta um pouco incompleto.... tanto em informacao das varias "sub marcas" se assim o podemos chamar....
e depois falta ai a M2 incorporated...

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Antigo 11-02-2009, 21:34   #14
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está aberto a contrubuições
por exemplo da M2 sei pouco..pensava que fosse só uma versão
e no fundo deve ser como as versões Mazdaspeed

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Antigo 15-02-2009, 13:47   #15
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Retirado de outro forum, como indicado abaixo no quote!

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Post Original de Phatmiata @ clubroadster.net
I am far from an expert on these, but here is a combination of a few old articles I found about the M2 Corporation cars that I thought you guys would find interesting. These are my all-time favorites.


M2 CORPORATION


"Uncompromising standards and craftsmanship are our development theme."
- M2 CORP.


Founded in November 1991, M2, also known as "Mazda Too" was Mazda's new off-line planning / niche-house / Research & Development company back in the early '90s. The M2 Corp. employees had noble intentions -- creating niche-mobiles derived from Mazda's volume products. Although M2's basic mission involved focusing on the "soft" aspects of vehicle design in an attempt to create more specifically targeted niche variants, the changes to the off-line cars would go well beyond mere cosmetics.

Heading the M2 operation was Mr. Masakatsu Kato, original father of the Miata (Eunos Roadster) in Japan, as well as creator of several Mazda concept vehicles. Kato-san was assisted by Hirotaka Tachibana, development engineer responsible for the superb dynamics of the FC (second-generation RX-7) and the NA Roadster (Miata MX-5). M2 Corp. was based out of Tokyo, Japan. M2-Corp was a 100% owned subsidiary of Mazda, and it was sadly closed by Mazda in 1995, but not before creating some really sweet vehicles. Mazda kept a similar program going with the Mazdaspeed cars, and then in the late '90s Mazdaspeed was absorbed into Mazda as a subsidiary company in Mazda Auto Tokyo.

M2-1001 Cafe Roadster
Cafe Racer (Dec-91) Limited 1/300

M2 Corp. released the M2-1001 Roadster in December 1991. It was a special "Limited Production" Roadster variant that was a short production run of only 300 units, in a special Blue/Black Mica Paint, with a sticker price of $26,000. Prospective buyers were required to show up in person at M2's Tokyo headquarters to register for a lottery to place an order for this extremely limited Roadster.

This upscale Eunos Roadster was M2's first turn-key race-ready offering. Here is a list of some of the goodies that made it so popular: functional front airdam with integrated fog lamps, vintage aero mirrors, 4-point rollbar, vintage gauge cluster, fixed back bucket seats, polished 3-spoke steering wheel, stiffer suspension package with M2 specific codes, polished aluminum strut brace, upgraded exhaust by HKS, intake system, a 1.6L motor with new aggressive pistons, radical camshaft, lightweight flywheel, LSD cooling intake, manual steering, manual windows, (A/C was optional) racing pedals, centerless console with matching shortened radio bezel, aluminum gas filler cap, a more aggressive wheel & tire package (15" x 6" Panasport rims), and a rear spoiler (which became standard for the R package). The performance changes made to the Roadster would bump the horsepower to 130hp @ 6500 RPM and 109ft/lb of torque @ 5500 RPM. Once released, it was so popular that people were paying up to $34,000 to get their hands on the M2-1001 Roadster!

Click here for some great pics of an actual M2-1001 Cafe Racer:
http://www.enthuno-mori.at-server.co...20040614eunos/

And more specs here:
http://www.aus-cartalk.com/tech/m21001.htm



M2-1002 Vintage Roadster (Nov-92) Limited 1/300
M2-CORP released it's second Roadster in late 1992, with a sightly different front bumper, it had all the same goodies as the previous 1001 Roadster, but offered a more unique looking interior option, the Ivory Leather interior with wood accents like Brake handle and shifter. And was also limited to 300 units produced. This one did not do as well as the 1001, so the got stuck with some left over interiors. Which later were later installed as the Tokyo Limited, and only 40 of those made it to the streets of Japan.

Here you can view pics of Dean Barnes M2-1002 Roadster. Very Nice
http://evoposters.net/carsa/DB81

And more specs here
http://www.aus-cartalk.com/tech/m21002.htm



M2-1028 Street Competition Roadster (FEB-94) Limited 1/300
M2-CORP released it's third Roadster in early 1994, based on the original "Jinba Ittai" concept made by Toshihiko Hirai. This was the track ready Roadster. (The USA got a cheaper version known as the R-Package. ) Offered in Chaste White or Brilliant Black only, this Roadster used the new 1.8L powerplant with upgraded pistons, and camshafts, and other similar goodies as the previous 1001, & 1002. However this Roadster had an output of close to 140hp!! And included 14" Eunos Factory Rims with a unique gunmetal paint with polished lip. The only real changes where a new set of lightweight side mirrors, MOMO Steering Wheel, Centerless console, Racing seats, racing tow hook, a set of front & rear lower lip spoilers, (R-Package) and a newly designed "Duck-Tail" trunklid with integrated spoiler (the M2-1028 trunklid was made from aluminium and weighed only 7.7-lbs. very light weight from original lid 15.5-lbs. ). Similar design used on the NB's. Also came with a 6-point rollcage, but no soft-top (instead, you got a tarp that stretched over the cage). With optional FRP Hardtop with plexiglass rear window for more weight savings coming in at only 19-lbs.


M2-1028 Street Competition Roadster brochure pics can be found here; http://www.geocities.jp/clubm2_web/1028catalogue.html

Tanaka-san is the professional photographer who worked for Mazda to make the M2 1028 brochure. You can find some original pictures on his personal website;
http://www.thisistanaka.com/1028/start.html

And more specs here
http://www.aus-cartalk.com/tech/m21028.htm



M2-CORP also released alot other versions for Mazda for RX-7, AZ-1, etc, but my information is limited, from what i know M2 also created the M2-1003, &M2-1006 (a V6 Concept Roadsters), and the M2-1015 Based on the Mazda AZ-1 Micro Coupe platform.

And the original M2 Roadster Brochures can be found here;
http://www.geocities.jp/clubm2_hp/archive/


M2-1015 Micro Coupe AZ-1 and other Mazda AZ-1 pics here;
http://www.asahi-net.or.jp/~LE9S-ICKW/histry_3.html

PhatMiata (^o^)
Link original:
http://www.clubroadster.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=450
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Ressuscitando este tópico, e como ainda ninguém postou imagens de um Efini RX-7 da terceira geração...








Mais info: http://www.turborx7.com/efinirx7.htm



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Antigo 17-12-2009, 11:55   #17
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Antigo 17-12-2009, 12:07   #18
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savannah esse site que ai referes vale a pena uns bons minutos de atenção
tem material muito bom

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Antigo 17-12-2009, 13:34   #19
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Antigo 17-12-2009, 15:15   #20
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Se eu apanhasse um "bicho" destes à venda no nosso país, e que não tivesse volante à direita, e não fugisse muito aos 8.000/9.000€, podem crer que desistia de comprar o MX-5.

Este carro é um portento! A coisa mais linda que a Mazda já fabricou. E é um carro cheio de pontos de exclusividade e originalidade!

Olhem para ele, todo desmontadinho. Peça por peça:



E agora, o motor Wankel de pistons rotativos todo desmontado:



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