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Basically as powerful as two four-cylinder engines, a V8 engine is common on muscle cars, sports cars, sport utility vehicles, and luxury cars. Due to its size and eight cylinders, it more likely fits into rear-wheel drive cars than front-wheel drives.

Specific models for racing cars come with flat-plane crankshafts that allow you to accelerate rapidly and do not interfere with engine tuning. Install a powerful V8 engine into your car and enjoy its increased power and speed.