Thank you for your words! It is good to hear that you like it.
As far as the engine is concerned, it could also be an inline 4 engine. However on a V engine, there are always two piston rods on one hub, next to each other so the cylinders aren't exactly opposite but slightly offset. So this can also be a V8.
I think often times on inline engines, the balance weights or "cheeks" will be smaller or thinner, because one hub has only one piston.
In any way thanks a lot.