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  • Tim Dalton

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    I always thought the term "boxer engine" meant the pistons meet and fire against each other in a shared cylinder, as in the Napier Deltec engine.

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  • Matthew Lange

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    The fundamental problem with the Flat 12 in a road car was packaging of the engine and gearbox. Ferrari ended up putting the gearbox under the engine leading to a relatively high centre of gravity. As a result the Boxer and Testarossa had a reputation for being little tricky to handle at the limit.

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  • Fadil Mazrrekaj

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    Weinsin weinin weinsin ferrari

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  • novaf4

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    Don't forget the Alfa Romeo boxer engine - one of the sweetest smaller of the boxer engine varieties. The flat 12 boxer offers one of the best sounds at peek rev range.

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