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Hmmm.. This is very generalized but.

Inline Fours: (four cylinders in a row side by side ect. ect) Higher hp, lower torque, You'll have to get them fairly high in the rpms to get their best performance. But once their spun-up you've got all the power you need.
V-twins: (two cylinders in varing degrees, usually mounted one up and one forward) Generaly, Lower peak hp and usually it peaks lower in the rpms. High torque, and again, alot lower (sooner) in the rpms.

Best design?? Its subjective really. I've owned both and i like both, definately ++1 on the sound of a twin :) .

I'm not sure if this answers your question or not.
 
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