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Cylinder lingo

Question : WHAT is the difference between V6, flat-6 and inline 6 ?

Answer : V6 is where the cylinders are in V formation, with three cylinders on each bank.

A flat-6 is also called an opposed engine, or a Boxer. It is like the V6, except that the cylinders are all flat, with three cylinders on each side and do not form a V.

An inline-6 is where you have six cylinders in one single bank.

 
 

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