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  1. BlackMazda6
    October 12, 2012

    Would be cool. Thanks for the info. Looking forward to further developments on this topic.

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  2. john
    October 12, 2012

    Will it fit in my speed3? Im interested ……

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  3. Brian
    October 12, 2012

    As an auto technician and a diesel technician, this engine looks beautifully simplistic in comparison to many others that have attempted to do this. I would love to take this engine apart and see how she ticks. Is it odd this makes me extremely giddy?

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  4. Brian
    October 12, 2012

    I wished I had the 3d rendering that i could manipulate and see exactly how this turbo set up works.

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  5. Joseph
    October 15, 2012

    the only bad thing about this is the only way to get a manual cx5 is to get the FWD model…come on mazda!

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  6. Shane
    October 18, 2012

    Mazdaspeed 3-D!? AWD? There are so many questions about this engine and the mazdaspeed program right now. It’s kind of disheartening. I would really like to see a 300-400hp Mazdaspeed3 Diesel but to make it AWD, it would cost $30-$35k and w/out AWD, you would have shoulder dislocating torque steer. Hopefully they can get creative and blow our minds like they always do.

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  7. Barett Strecker
    March 11, 2014

    The diesel technology coming into the USA is really exciting; especially what Mazda is doing with it. As a Motorsports enthusiasts and soon to be BSME graduate, I really want to get into the performance diesel market. I love the enthusiasm I have seen in Corksport reading the blogs and can’t wait to see the products you roll out. I am currently driving a 12-valve Cummins diesel to haul all the toys, but also want a nice driver. I can’t wait to test drive the new Sky-D.

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