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The engine in the 47 has two vertical banks of cylinders driving two crankshafts, the output of which is combined by gearing. The engine in the 48 had a single crankshaft with the cylinders in a V formation. The engines of the 48s were all replaced early on, turning the 48s into 47s.

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