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May 1st, 2015
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Q: What is the maximum displacement of a NASCAR NEXTEL Cup engine?

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By, Dave Sutton. Published in Engine Builder Magazine this month.

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A:  358CID

In 1971, NASCAR phased in a rule to lower the maximum engine displacement from 429 cubic inches (7.0 liters) to its present 358 cubic inches (5.8 liters).

Q: What is the maximum displacement of a NASCAR NEXTEL Cup engine??
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