Hi everybody! It's been a while since I've been to Fchat and am just getting accustomed to the new looks and ways (and I don't know if my former post counts have already been added)... Anyway... My question is this, Being a BIG aficionado of Ferrari, specially the road cars, I eagerly devoured the R&T pages that took the Enzo to a 1500m test. I was stunned about everything, and savored every word they wrote as if it was I who was behind the wheel... There's one thing that got me thinking... Being the Enzo the High Revving, BIG POWER street machine that we all know and love, I, for one, always thought that it was a 5 valve per cylinder. Or so I assumed... By reading R&T I found out it wasn't (I've seen about a dozen tests and videos of it, but it seems like I've never really paid much attention...). Why is that? Isn't there advantages on providing the engine with a 5v cylinder heads? Won't it get a better admission? Pardon my ignorance and all, I'm just hoping those of you who are more technically inclined might take a few moments to explain it to me, and If it is a more advanced solution why it hasn't been adopted yet. Thank you all! Ferrari RULES!! P.S. Here's a pic of the 550 engine in exhibit on the Ferrari museum in Modena! Hope you enjoy it!!