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What engine type poll?


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<t>Which type of engine do you prefer?</t>  

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  1. 1. Which type of engine do you prefer?

    • Inline 4 Cylinder
      13
    • V4
      1
    • Inline 2 Cylinder
      2
    • V2
      9
    • Triple
      2
    • Single Cylinder
      0
    • Inline 6 Cylinder
      0
    • Rotary
      1


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inline 4 in hornet i think


i love the sound of a v twin, and i think you cant beat a tripple for taking the best of both worlds but a inline 4 is prolly the favoured.

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V twins are excellent but I like inline or V fours too.....


Best of both is the triple....


I was riding a V twin at the time and took a Triumph Sprint ST 1050 out for a test ride....


Had the low down grunt of a V twin but with the Rev range of an inline 4....


If Triumph ever up the capacity of the Sprint ST to 1200 I will definately buy one.....

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As long as it's reliable & pulls well, I'm not fussed, All engines have for or against depends on what you want them to do, But i had a Guzzi and was not keen on the sideways lurch when blipping the throttle while standing at lights or a junction,,, swopped it for the Bandit

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I voted rotary, the sound of the nortons in superbikes was just awsome, but there is a place in my heart for them all really,


Love the V4 in my old nc, and they sound awsome in the RC30


Twins sound great in SP1 etc but i dont like the harley engines.


Big singles sound great in crossers and pull well


inline screamers are sooooo much fun as well.


love em all :lol:

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The sound of a certain V twin Im always following lol sounds lush, never had a twin, got to admit the triple I had was a fantastic engine 8) 8) 8)


Voting a twin as its one I want to try 8)

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Sadly, my all-time favourite engine never made it into a bike. But for the sound it makes (and there are still a few around) it would have to be the 27 litre V12 Rolls Royce Merlin.

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Sadly, my all-time favourite engine never made it into a bike. But for the sound it makes (and there are still a few around) it would have to be the 27 litre V12 Rolls Royce Merlin.

 

Ahhh now theres a really great sounding engine

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