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High Rev Vs Normal Rev ?

Hi Guys.

I have a question regarding new Hi preformance Cars.

I see that most NEW high pro cars , such as the M5 , RS4 and E/SL 63 AMG are All high rev ( 7000-8500 RPM) to produce more HP.

- What are the Advantages/Disadvantages of these High rev engineS Against the OLD MB V8 engines that rev upto (6000RPM) ?

- Do they Require alot more servicing ?
- Are they dependable / Last less than normal rev V8s ?

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