Originally Posted by KULTULZ
What this creates (and it is akin to IDIOBIONICS) is create confusion among people while attempting to discuss engine technology.
It's OK for the adolescents, but I prefer to know exactly what someone is trying to convey to me.
There is a 351W...351C...351M. The differentiations are there for a reason, mainly to distinguish one engine family/design from another.
It is like saying the FE is the same as a MEL.
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When I hear someone say 400W or 408W, I know he has a W with a 400 crank.
I just mean that I understand it.