porsche dodge or ford?
post em up
Last edited by Geechie_Suede; 08-12-2012 at 09:49 AM.
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Off road use is completely different. The V10s rely on high RPMs to churn out quite a bit of HP, and they do so very well once you get into the powerband.
Personally, I don't care for high strung motors. I am not by any means promoting American metal that does nothing but leave black stripes everywhere, but most V8's have more livable HP/TQ ratios than V10s. The more "relaxed" V12's also have better HP/TQ ratios than the V10 line tends to. There are plenty of high strung V12s out there though, so that's not a very good comparison.
Last edited by MB_Fahrer; 08-12-2012 at 12:42 PM.
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A Carrera GT makes 435 lb-ft because it's 5.7 liters, not because it's a V10. Any other normally aspirated gasoline 5.7 liter will make about the same amount of torque regardless of cylinder count.