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Engine size conversion

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Ted in NE-OH

01-30-2014 16:39:45
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What is the conversion of cubic inched to liters.

and liters to cubic in.




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T in NE

02-01-2014 19:03:15
75.235.46.206



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 Re: Engine size conversion in reply to Ted in NE-OH, 01-30-2014 16:39:45  
liters (to the tenth) divided by 61 will give you cubic inches plus or minus 3, unless you're talking some really big engines.

A quick way to compare 2 engines, is each .1L is 6 CI. We know the 5.7 is really the 350, so a 5.9 would be 9-15 cubic inches more, so it's around 362.



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GUIDO

01-31-2014 10:23:39
71.168.193.219



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 Re: Engine size conversion in reply to Ted in NE-OH, 01-30-2014 16:39:45  
Hello, I have used 16.387 for my calculations.

1000 cc / 16.387 = 61.02 CU. IN.

Guido.



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Mike M

01-31-2014 08:40:55
24.140.0.120



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 Re: Engine size conversion in reply to Ted in NE-OH, 01-30-2014 16:39:45  
Like my uncle always says " how many quarts is it " LOL



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Bob

01-30-2014 21:06:39
64.255.159.192



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 Re: Engine size conversion in reply to Ted in NE-OH, 01-30-2014 16:39:45  
Below is a link to a site that will let you convert about any units known to man...



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Brad Buchanan

01-30-2014 18:42:57
74.79.218.23



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 Re: Engine size conversion in reply to Ted in NE-OH, 01-30-2014 16:39:45  
Cubic inch devided by 61.02 = liter



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OliverGuy

01-30-2014 17:56:26
75.149.65.181



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 Re: Engine size conversion in reply to Ted in NE-OH, 01-30-2014 16:39:45  
There's always a couple that stand out to me. The 8.1's in my dump trucks, 496 cubic inches of good ole American power. I never liked anyone saying 7.0 liter for a chevy engine, 427 was just way more sexie don't you think? When you think 427 don't you just get excited? Sorry off on a tangent, car buff!



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Jon Hagen

01-30-2014 19:37:46
69.26.17.61



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 Re: Engine size conversion in reply to OliverGuy, 01-30-2014 17:56:26  
If it makes you feel better, just say 7000 CC, that makes ity sound really huge LOL. :)



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Allan Stone

01-30-2014 16:59:25
166.181.3.87



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 Re: Engine size conversion in reply to Ted in NE-OH, 01-30-2014 16:39:45  
Go to google and type in conversion and it should take you to several tools and charts. Have a wonderful day. Allan



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soundguy

01-30-2014 16:52:38
207.30.46.70



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 Re: Engine size conversion in reply to Ted in NE-OH, 01-30-2014 16:39:45  
1 cubic inch = 0.016387064 liters


thus what we call a 360 and a 5.9 are the same engine...



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JMOR

01-30-2014 16:56:10
72.181.173.171



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 Re: Engine size conversion in reply to soundguy, 01-30-2014 16:52:38  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeYou are correct, but for me, 61 cu in per liter is a LOT easier to remember & deal with without a calculator.



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soundguy

01-30-2014 17:27:39
207.30.46.70



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 Re: Engine size conversion in reply to JMOR, 01-30-2014 16:56:10  
;) I'm an engineer. I don't even calculate a tip without my calculator. :)

( when i was in college. we had an instructor that always would say 'check my math, I'm an engineer' if he did a calc in his head vs on a calculator. )

but yeah.. whichever way you want to run the calc from may be easier if you think in liters or cubic inches.

hte whole deal is fuzzy anyway as decimals are dropped and things are rounded... reminds me of my statistics class. Only math class I ever took that using the word 'about' in an answer could be / was correct nomenclature... :) hated that class.. :)

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JMOR

01-30-2014 17:31:44
72.181.173.171



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 Re: Engine size conversion in reply to soundguy, 01-30-2014 17:27:39  
I liked the one the other day, where the statistician said that when asked to analyze a data set, the first thing he would ask is, what do you want the data to show? :cry:



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ss55

01-30-2014 18:11:48
50.81.112.224



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 Re: Engine size conversion in reply to JMOR, 01-30-2014 17:31:44  
JMOR, That sounds like a consultant, their first priority is to make sure their company gets paid. That's just part of the consulting business, it is taught during new employee orientation.



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soundguy

01-30-2014 17:50:56
207.30.46.70



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 Re: Engine size conversion in reply to JMOR, 01-30-2014 17:31:44  
easiest math to decieve with. :) and still be telling the truth.

hide ranges as insignificant, or as data aberations..., focus in on a tiny segment of scale.. etc...



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