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 {{Engine|nation=USA {{Engine|nation=USA
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?|Cunningham V-Type, 1, 110, 25, 300, 200, {{contour|T1 Cunningham }}+|Cunningham V-Type, 1, 110, 20, 300, 200, {{contour|T1 Cunningham }}
  
?|Cunningham V8, 2, 132, 25, 1 100, 300,{{contour|T1 Cunningham }}+|Cunningham V8, 2, 132, 20, 1 100, 300,{{contour|T1 Cunningham }}
  
?|Continental W670-7, 3, 262, 25, 7 600, 256, {{contour|M2 Light Tank}}+|Continental W670-7, 3, 262, 20, 7 600, 256, {{contour|M2 Light Tank}}
?|Cuiberson T-10204, 3, 220, 25, 4 550, 331, {{contour|M2 Light Tank}}+|Cuiberson T-10204, 3, 220, 20, 4 550, 331, {{contour|M2 Light Tank}}
 |Guiberson T-1020-4, 3, 245, 12, 5 000, 331, {{contour|M3 Stuart, T57 }} |Guiberson T-1020-4, 3, 245, 12, 5 000, 331, {{contour|M3 Stuart, T57 }}
?|Liberty, 3, 330, 30, 9 900, 450, {{contour|T2 Light Tank}}+|Liberty, 3, 330, 20, 9 900, 450, {{contour|T2 Light Tank}}
 |Wright Continental R-975C2, 3, 340, 30, 10 200, 549, {{contour|M2 Medium Tank, T2 Medium Tank }} |Wright Continental R-975C2, 3, 340, 30, 10 200, 549, {{contour|M2 Medium Tank, T2 Medium Tank }}
  
?|Twin Cadillac 42A series, 4, 320, 25, 10 350, 530, {{contour|M41}}+|Twin Cadillac 42A series, 4, 320, 20, 10 350, 530, {{contour|M41}}
?|Twin Cadillac 42series, 4, 320, 25, 10 350, 530, {{contour|M37, M5 Stuart}}+|Twin Cadillac 42series, 4, 320, 20, 10 350, 530, {{contour|M37, M5 Stuart}}
?|Twin Cadillac series 44T4, 4, 240, 25, 8 100, 529, {{contour|M41, M37}}+|Twin Cadillac series 44T4, 4, 240, 20, 8 100, 529, {{contour|M41, M37}}
?|Continental R-670-5,4, 265, 30, premium, 256, {{contour|T2 Light Tank}}+|Continental R-670-5,4, 265, 20, premium, 256, {{contour|T2 Light Tank}}
?|Continental R-975-C1, 4, 350, 30, 10 500, 500, {{contour|M3 Stuart, T57, M5 Stuart }}+|Continental R-975-C1, 4, 350, 20, 10 500, 500, {{contour|M3 Stuart, T57, M5 Stuart }}
 |Continental W-670, 4, 268, 20, 8 200, 256,{{contour|M3 Stuart, T57 }} |Continental W-670, 4, 268, 20, 8 200, 256,{{contour|M3 Stuart, T57 }}
?|Wright Continental R-975C1, 4, 380, 30, 11 000, 549,{{contour|M4 Sherman, M4A3E8 Sherman, M7 Priest, M7, M40/M43 }}+|Wright Continental R-975C1, 4, 380, 20, 11 000, 549,{{contour|M4 Sherman, M4A3E8 Sherman, M7 Priest, M7, M40/M43 }}
?|Wright Continental R-975EC2, 4, 350, 30, 10 500, 515, {{contour|M4 Sherman, M7 Priest, M7, M40/M43 }}+|Wright Continental R-975EC2, 4, 350, 20, 10 500, 515, {{contour|M4 Sherman, M7 Priest, M7, M40/M43 }}
 |Wright R-975EC2, 4, 400, 25, 11 600, 515, {{contour|M3 Lee, M2 Medium Tank, M12 }} |Wright R-975EC2, 4, 400, 25, 11 600, 515, {{contour|M3 Lee, M2 Medium Tank, M12 }}
  
?|Chrysler A57, 5, 440, 30, 13 900, 570, {{contour|M3 Lee, M12 }}+|Chrysler A57, 5, 440, 20, 13 900, 570, {{contour|M3 Lee, M12 }}
?|Wright Continental R-975C4, 5, 440, 25, 13 900, 549, {{contour|M4 Sherman, M4A3E8 Sherman, M7 Priest, M7, M40/M43 }}+|Wright Continental R-975C4, 5, 440, 20, 13 900, 549, {{contour|M4 Sherman, M4A3E8 Sherman, M7 Priest, M7, M40/M43 }}
 |Wright G200 m 795C9GC1, 5, 700, 20, 22 500, 612, {{contour|T1 Heavy}} |Wright G200 m 795C9GC1, 5, 700, 20, 22 500, 612, {{contour|T1 Heavy}}
  
 |Wright G2X M781C9GC1, 6, 825, 20, 34 700, 612, {{contour|T1 Heavy, M6 }} |Wright G2X M781C9GC1, 6, 825, 20, 34 700, 612, {{contour|T1 Heavy, M6 }}
  
?|Ford GAA, 7, 520, 25, 36 000, 569, {{contour|M4A3E8 Sherman, T20, Ram-II}}+|Ford GAA, 7, 520, 20, 36 000, 569, {{contour|M4A3E8 Sherman, T20, Ram-II}}
?|Ford GAC, 7, 720, 25, 43 500, 556, {{contour|T29, T32, T-14}}+|Ford GAC, 7, 720, 20, 43 500, 556, {{contour|T29, T32, T-14}}
?|Ford GAN, 7, 560, 25, 37 200, 569, {{contour|T20, T23, M26 Pershing }}+|Ford GAN, 7, 560, 20, 37 200, 569, {{contour|T20, T23, M26 Pershing }}
?|Wright G200 M781C9GC1, 7, 960, 25, 47 600, 612, {{contour|M6, T1 Heavy }}+|Wright G200 M781C9GC1, 7, 960, 20, 47 600, 612, {{contour|M6, T1 Heavy }}
  
 |Continental AV-1790-1, 8, 704, 20, 45 000, 569, {{contour|T23, M26 Pershing }} |Continental AV-1790-1, 8, 704, 20, 45 000, 569, {{contour|T23, M26 Pershing }}
 |Continental AV-1790-1M2, 8, 790, 20, 48 000, 569, {{contour|M26 Pershing }} |Continental AV-1790-1M2, 8, 790, 20, 48 000, 569, {{contour|M26 Pershing }}
?|GMC Allison V1710-E32, 8, 760, 25, 48 500, 556, {{contour|T29, T32 }}+|GMC Allison V1710-E32, 8, 760, 20, 48 500, 556, {{contour|T29, T32 }}
  
 |Continental AV-1790-3, 9, 800, 20, 67 000, 569, {{contour|T34, T29, T32}} |Continental AV-1790-3, 9, 800, 20, 67 000, 569, {{contour|T34, T29, T32}}

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Tank engine determines the tank's power and ability to accelerate and move up hills and over terrain. The weight to engine power ratio determines the ability to accelerate to the maximum speed. A destroyed engine has a chance of starting a fire inside your tank and destroying other modules and eventually the entire tank, a ruptured fuel tank also increases the chances of a fire. A damaged engine lowers the power of the tank drastically reducing acceleration, traverse and maximum speed.


Turret characteristics:

Power - The engine power effecting how quickly the tank accelerates. Measured in Horse Power (h.p.)

Chance of Fire - The chance the engine will start a fire inside the tank if destroyed.






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