V-8


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V-8

(vē′āt′)
n.
A V-engine having eight cylinders.
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Oldsmobile V-8 Engines: How to Build Max Performance
Under the hood, the 2016 Toyota Tundra employs the brawn and strength of two American-made V-8 powertrains.
Hemi: A History of Chrysler's Iconic V-8 In Competition
2-liter, overhead valve, supercharged, 90-degree, Hemi Hellcat V-8.
com)-- The Early Ford V-8 Foundation Museum is pleased to announce the display of a very rare and beautiful piece of automotive history.
0L V-8 engine with active fuel management technology, which allows the engine to deactivate half of its cylinders under light-load conditions to improve fuel economy.
While the standard V-8 engine delivers 403hp (gross), the 3.
Now he's got a '65 model, with a 327-cubic-inch V-8 Super Sport laid in its gleaming engine bay and a plush purple interior nicer than many living rooms.
What's most surprising about the fuel economy gains is the fact that engineers managed to meet the initial 20 mpg target while utilizing GM's venerable small block V-8 (the architecture of which debuted in 1955), albeit in a revamped Gen IV version (this version debuted in late '05).
6-liter aluminum V-8 pumps 300 horsepower--40 more than the 2004-and delivers the sound of the classic Detroit V-8 as well: We held the door open every time we started up just to hear the engine bark to life and rumble at idle .
The automaker will invest $250 million to increase the number of V-8 engines produced at the plant to 400,000 units a year while hiring 300 local workers, they said.
s Waukesha Manufacturing Facility, Waukesha, Wisconsin, saw that a competitor was failing to produce ductile iron V-8 and v-6 bed-plates within adequate scrap levels.