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Flat-ten engine

The flat-ten engine is an engine with two banks of five opposing cylinders each.

It is a rare engine configuration. Chevrolet experimented with a flat-ten engine based on their Corvair flat-six design when they wanted to expand the Corvair marque to include full-size vehicles.


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