Do more cylinders mean more hp?

1 Answer:
  • Chin Ken Wee
    More cylinders = more power pulses = more power for the same engine size, and also smoother. More mechanical complexity is more parts to break. Fewer, bigger cylinders = less power pulses = less power for same engine size, though more low RPM torque per liter in general.
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