That is 1 teaspoon.
1 quart = 1136.5225 cc
roughly 15-17 CCs in every 1 HP, so somewhere between 900 and 1020 ish.... it's not exact because HP isn't exact depending on who you ask and what you're doing, but that's close enough for horeshoes and hand grenades.
CCs do not equate directly to HP, but it would probably be in the range of 20 to 80 CCs.
1mL is the same volume as 1cc
There are 3,785.41178 CCs in one gallon.
1000 ccs = 1 liter
Approximately 236.6 ccs (cubic centimeters).
HOW MANY BTU IN A 1 HP 2545 btu = 1 HP
5 ccs in 1 tsp. lso 5 ML in 1 tsp
13 US ounces equal 384.455884 ccs.
Approximately 15 cc of water in 1 tablespoon
1 KW = 1.3410220895950277 HP
1 tablespoon = just under 15 cc (14.8125)
There are 3.544 cc in 1/8 of an ounce of water..
How many amps does a 1 hp motor draw?
1 HP = 746 watts or .746kW
1 cubic centimeter (cc) is 1 milliliter. 1 liter is 1000 milliliters or 1000 cubic centimeters.
According to S&S a 234" motor is equivalent to 2030 CCs.
1 fl oz of water is 29. 573 cc.
0.746 kW in one hp.
1 hp =745.699 watt
There is no direct conversion from cc to hp. It depends on the design of the engine. A turbocharged engine will create more hp than a normally aspirated engine of the same cc displacement. Type of engine also matters, diesel, 4 cycle, 2 cycle, wankel rotary. I had an old VW Beetle with 1200 cc creating 40 hp, then I had a motorcycle with only 250 cc that created 33 hp.