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Old 02-13-2005, 00:06   #1 (permalink)
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Finding engine capacity

What is the formula to find engine capacity Please ?
bore x stroke x pie x 8 is this the formula
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Re: Finding engine capacity

Pi X Bore diameter/2 squared X stroke X no. of cylinders
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Pi X Bore diameter/2 squared X stroke X no. of cylinders
Not sure what you mean by dia /2 squared ???
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Re: Finding engine capacity

(3.1416 X radius x radius) X stroke X no of cylinders

where radius = bore / 2

That will give you the litre capacity, to get cubic inch times that by 0.061
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(3.1416 X radius x radius) X stroke X no of cylinders

where radius = bore / 2

That will give you the litre capacity, to get cubic inch times that by 0.061
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Re: Finding engine capacity

Not an item forsale so it has been moved to the correct location.
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Old 02-22-2005, 02:12   #7 (permalink)
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Re: Finding engine capacity

The easiest way that I know is:
Bore X Bore X Stroke X .7854 X Number of cylinders
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