Talk:Engine configuration

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Hi Maury... "The horizontally opposed and H-block designs are essentially V-blocks with the cylinder banks at 180 degrees"

Hmmm I don't really aagree see my edit on Flat engine. And if you can help to put it in better English. Thanks. Ericd 20:39 Mar 22, 2003 (UTC)

Narrow-angle V engines[edit]

If narrow-angle V engines are to be their own category, they should be referred to using terminology other than Volkswagen Group's (VWAG) "VR" trademark, and include other similar engines (most notably Lancia's narrow-angle V4, to which the VWAG engines are nearly identical in configuration). Jelliott4 16:49, 4 October 2006 (UTC)