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Redline refers to the maximum safe speed of an engine.
Redline or redlining may also refer to:
- Redline (2007 film), an American action film
- Redline (2009 film), a Japanese anime film
- Deathline, a 1997 film also released as Redline, featuring Rutger Hauer
- Redline (1999 video game), for Microsoft Windows
- Redline (video game), a 2006 video game by Ambrosia Software for Mac OS X
- Redline Racer, a 1998 video game
- Street Legal Racing: Redline, a racing game by Invictus
- Redline, n. v., to reach or pass the maximum designed rpm of an engine
- Redline Records, an Australian record label
- Redline (graphics API), a programming interface for Rendition Verite-based graphics cards
- Redline Bicycles, an American bicycle manufacturer
- Redline Communications, a Canadian company
- Redlining, a discriminatory practice of denying affordable services based on geographical locations
- Document comparison, also known as redlining, a computer process of marking changes between documents
- Redline, a dietary supplement produced by Vital Pharmaceuticals
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