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      01-31-2007, 05:45 PM   #48
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It is more about displacement and mass of reciprocating and rotating components. I don't know the record holder for V8 on hp/l but the smaller the displacement the higher the revs and the higher the hp (of course assuming all other engineering top notch). Just look as 1 liter superbikes, ~15k rpm and ~180 hp/l.
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