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Ken, from KRE Race Engines, seems like a nice guy. He's taken time out of his busy day to tell us all about the V8 powerplants used in the Australian Supercar racing.

This video is really informative, dealing not only with the specifications of the engines used in the Supercar V8 racing series, but also gives us a bit of history and even reveals a few secrets of the trade.

The guys at YouTube channel, Nulon, says: "A detailed look into what really goes into a V8 Supercar engine from one of the most successful engine builders in Australia. Join Ken from KRE Race Engines as we look at everything from billet cranks to custom made external oil pumps. See how technology has changed over the past 10 years and how important a good quality oil is for making these 5L monsters last the length of a full season of racing."

So, what are you waiting for, hit play!

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