What Is the Normal Operating Temperature for an Engine?

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The normal operating temperature for an engine depends on they type of engine: 2-stroke, 8-cylinder, 4-cylinder. It also depends on what part of the engine. For instance, in a combustion chamber of an 8-cylinder car engine, the temperature can reach up to 4,500 degrees F.
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