We decided to tear down a 2,000-mile brand-new Mazda crate engine to turn it into one of the most highly-modified 13B REW engines on the planet.
After removing the clutch, the massive flywheel was next. We already removed the gigantic nut that holds the flywheel onto the eccentric-shaft.
The A/C compressor and power steering pump hangs off of the driver’s side of the 13B engine. It never ceases to amaze me how small this powerplant is.
We removed the A/C compressor and had to remove the power steering pump and mount.