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Top Ten Engines

The Motors that Mattered the Most.

Ricky Chu
Feb 21, 2006

What do you think is the most important part of your car? Unless you plan on pushing it everywhere, your answer better be your motor. In fact, we're telling you that's what your answer is because we feel the same way. It's good to know we're on the same page. With so many different car manufacturers and car models, there have been more engines offered in the past 10 years than we can even try to count. Of course, some manufacturers cheat a little bit by dropping the same motor in a few different cars to save money. To us, all motors are build-able and tune-able. It's just a matter of how much time and effort you're willing to spend on them. We've compiled a list of what we think the top 10 motors in the last decade have been for our market. Again, you're allowed to agree or disagree and vote below...

By Ricky Chu
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