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Name: Alan Carson
Website:
Referred by: Just Surfed On In!
From: Rainbow Lake, Alberta
Time: Thursday, March 07, 2013, 9:45:45 PM
Comments: Was researching information on the 13b engine on line as an aircraft conversion motor and came across one of your tuber vids. Interesting and fun! Aaron if your interested in airplanes, check the web title site out.
Name: Gerardo Perez
Website: WA
Referred by: Just Surfed On In!
From: United States
Time: Thursday, February 28, 2013, 9:25:37 AM
Comments: Awesome how to solder guide! Found this website from an airsoft forum.
Name: Jon Barbour
Website:
Referred by: From the RX-7 Forum
From: Hickory North Carolina
Time: Friday, February 22, 2013, 10:06:57 PM
Comments: I found you on You Tube because I have an RX7 13B rebuild project going on and was looking for tips. I have really enjoyed the tips and instructions on the 13b and I am now caught up on the Cosmo rebuild series. I gained an understanding of your sense of humor with the video where you mentioned the male enhancement spam email. I spit soda on my screen laughing. I didn't see that one coming. Ha. keep up the good work. I'll be watching.
Name: Yoan
Website:
Referred by: The answer is http://www.aaroncake.net, not 42
From: Canada
Time: Wednesday, January 16, 2013, 8:48:11 PM
Comments: Following cosmo on youtube 2012-2013 and more
Name: Austin Brown
Website: Electron Hub; Electron Hub's Facebook Page; techn1kal1ty's Facebook Page
Referred by: Chuck Norris
From: Sandy, Utah, USA
Time: Wednesday, December 19, 2012, 10:51:32 AM
Comments: I have a 1991 RX-7 FC with the S5 13b... After the proverbial swan-dive I've done into the engine, people (few, and they sound like they've done a rebuild/reassembly MAYBE once) told me about how horrible rebuilding my 13b would be, probably just a scare tactic... People assume I've never lifted a wrench, but I've built/rebuilt several non-rotary engines myself. I watched one of your YouTube videos (Pt. 12 of your '76 Cosmo restoration [engine assembly], the only one relevant to my car), and it completely restored my confidence in my ability to rebuild my S5 13b. Thank you for being freaking awesome!
Name: Gary Thursby
Website:
Referred by: Just Surfed On In!
From: Hesperia CA United States
Time: Sunday, November 18, 2012, 9:15:18 PM
Comments: Great work and dedication on that Cosmo!
Name: Greg Stevens
Website: Greg Stevens
Referred by: My cat came to me in an acid flash back and informed me of your URL
From: Dallas
Time: Saturday, November 17, 2012, 10:24:27 PM
Comments: Wow, I never knew Aaron Carter was so into electronics and computer stuff!!! . (...sorry, but I couldn't help it after reading your "Random Thought" from Monday, December 05, 2005)
Name: Hanske
Website: The Netherlands
Referred by: Had a vision of my address.
From: Brabant
Time: Friday, November 16, 2012, 5:31:04 PM
Comments: Saw you Mazda-adventures on U-tube. Great stuff, Canadian! Simpel, and interesting! Liked it very much, A! Keep on the good works! Grtz From Holland, dude! This is why there is internet!
Name: Colin James Mullen
Website:
Referred by: From Google
From: DFW Texas
Time: Thursday, November 15, 2012, 5:36:33 PM
Comments: love your site and plan to hear from me as i try to fix and make my car run (88 tii swap) any help is always welcome
Name: nathan
Website:
Referred by: God himself showed me the way to this site
From: cheyenne Wyoming
Time: Sunday, November 04, 2012, 2:05:25 AM
Comments: This site is amazing for a new rx7 owner like myself. I hope u don't mind but I'm gana copy a lot of ur set up cuz its exactly the power range I was looking for. I also just nought a 86 na rx7 though ill be getting a t2 engine to swap. Thanks for all the great info!

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