Finally, A Definitive Explanation Why Rotary Engines Are Unreliable

Some say that rotary engines are unreliable because the entire burden of their development lay only on one or two carmakers. Nope. Time to bust this pirate's chest of truth wide open and plunder its veracity booty.

Today we learned that the inventor of the rotary engine was a total Nazi nutjob. That's when Maxyenko came to a sudden realization, like truth angels were raining down truth beams right into the part of his brain that recognizes truth.

I take it that he thought that engine seals were invented by a Jewish man. Thus his product's hatred of them.

It's all so wonderfully clear now. Feel free to feed your rotary some gefilte fish every so often, that should cheer its apex seals up.

Photo Credit: Mark van Seeters