bore & stroke
i went and did some calculations. can somebody please correct me if ive done anything wrong, i seriously dont know shit about engines.
but if the total volume of cylinders = (radius squared) * pi * height * 6
then a standard ea is:
(4.55*4.55) * pi * 9.9 * 6 = 3.9L (aprox)
but if you add an extra 350mm and 650mm like it says on the head then:
capacity = (6.3*6.3) * pi * 16.4 * 6
that works out to over 2L for each cylinder and makes a total capacity of 12.25L, which is insane.
Its hard to believe it could be that big. Is this possible or could it be a joke of some sort?