Opposed four engines

Opposed four engines

The term opposed four engine may refer to:

  • a flat-4 engine, with two pairs of cylinders diametrically opposed to each other on either side of a common crankshaft
  • a four-cylinder H engine in which two flat-twin engines are coupled together, one above the other
  • an opposed-piston engine with four cylinders, and consequently eight pistons

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