As above, just wondering what are the advantages of dual or triple exhausts (.e., a set of 3 or 2 cylinders having their own header which does not merge with the remaining cylinders) on a bank of six cylinders. I presume the same would apply for a standalone inline six.
I can't imagine they would be willingly giving away scavenging performance, so I take it this arrangement performs better in these applications. Is it something to do with the high rpm and small displacement per cylinder of these applications?
Matra, Triple exhaust per bank
Ferrari, Dual exhaust per bank
Edited by V8 Fireworks, 10 February 2018 - 11:07.