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There is absolutely no connection between cubic centimeters and horsepower
Cubic centimeters are a measure of volume. Horsepower is the English Unit of a measure of work done in a certain amount of time. There is no conversion from cubic centimeters to horsepower. Neither is there a conversion from cubic centimeters to watts, which is the metric system unit of measurement for power.
The cubic centimeter displacement of an engine does not determine its horsepower.
CC's and horsepower are not related. CC is the size of the combustion chamber in cubic centimeters, or in the American system,in cubic inches. There are 16.387 cc in a ci. -So a 300 CI engine is roughly 4920 cc , or 4.92 litres.
Cubic capacity and horsepower have no direct correlation.
Cubic centimeters is a measure of volume not horsepower.it will depend on compression ratio , type of fuel, and other factors.
There is no way of answering this question accurately, as there is no direct correlation betwen cubic centimeters and horsepower. In addition, horsepower is also a function of engine rpm. For example, one engine of 139cc at 2000 RPM might develop X horsepower, but another engine with 139cc at 2000 rpm might develop X+2 horsepower.
The volume of an engine does not necessarily determine its horsepower. That being said, the average 350 cubic centimeter engine is about 40 horsepower.
If you mean HP=Horsepower, and CC= Cubic centimeters then HP does have anything to do with CC's. Cc's are the size of the displacement of the engine. HP is the amount of power the engine produces.
1 liter = 1000 cubic centimeters. To convert from liters to cc, multiply by 1000.
258.69900 (cubic inches) = 4 239.31707 cubic centimeters
1,000,000 cubic centimeters