If i did it correct = 77.805577591993653505827790321596
Not 79.6 -
I have seen it listed as 77.8 & 77.9 in books
--- On Wed, 10/15/08, Peter Caldwell <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
From: Peter Caldwell <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: [Spridgets] converting engine size math
To: "Guy Weller" <firstname.lastname@example.org>, "'Linda Grunthaner'"
<email@example.com>, "'Spridgets'" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Wednesday, October 15, 2008, 6:41 AM
We use this all the time in our biz.
Divide cc's by 16.387
At 05:26 AM 10/15/2008, Guy Weller wrote:
>A litre is defined as 1000cc. So your 1275 engine is 1.25 litres.
>But maybe Americans use an odd measure of a liter, as you spell it
>differently. But I believe a liter and a litre to both be the same volume.
>Also, if you want to use Cubic Inches, there are about 16cc in a cubic
>so 1275 divided by 16 = 79.6 cubic inches
>[mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of Linda Grunthaner
>Sent: 15 October 2008 10:40
>Subject: [Spridgets] converting engine size math
>I am trying to locate the formula to convert the size of my motor in cc to
>US motor size of liter? What is the formula? I want to see the math for the
>size of my daily driver to the cc Sprite motor. I have a 1994 Saturn SW2
>(wagon model) and according to the statics it is a 1.9 liter, dual overhead
>cam, 4- valves per cylinder, fuel injected engine with 124 horsepower. If
>the engine is 1.9 liter and my Sprite is 1275cc how do I convert each to
>determine what is liter the Sprite 1275cc engine is or convert the Saturn
>1.9 liter to cc?
>Also how do I calculate the horsepower for the Sprite?
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